|Blaster type||Air system dart blaster|
|Stock ammunition type||Whistler Darts|
|Size||18" (45.72cm) long|
|Weight||2 lbs. (0.90kg)|
|Average retail price||19.99 USD |
|This product has been discontinued, but may still be in limited stock in retail stores.
Not to be confused with the 2004 Dart Tag Magstrike.
It is a Target exclusive and also may be found in Kmart in Australia. It is extremely hard to find in United States retail stores.
The Magstrike AS-10, like its predecessor, has a single tactical rail on top of it.
The blaster may have breaking problems, but if treated well, it will not break. Also, if not pumped enough some darts will not fire. The Magstrike is not recommended for younger people, as it requires a bit of arm strength to use properly.
Reloading and firing
To reload the Magstrike, load up to ten darts into a provided clip. Load it into the blaster. Pump the blaster twenty to thirty times for maximum range.
Pull the trigger to unleash the darts.
- For the best accuracy, it is recommended to use the air tank as a shoulder stock.
- On box it looks like it comes packaged with Sonic Micro Darts, but it comes with Whistler Darts.
- This is the third biggest air system blaster, behind the Titan AS-V.1 and the Rapid Fire AS-20.
|Air system blasters|
|Regular blasters||Hornet AS-6 • Magstrike AS-10 • Rapid Fire AS-20 • Secret Strike AS-1|
|Special blasters||Titan AS-V.1 (Air system vessel)|