N-Strike is a current series of Nerf blasters that was first released in 2004.
The N-Strike series started many new blaster trends in the Nerf line. N-Strike started making
tactical rails, accessories and attachments usage popular. N-Strike blasters also resemble and function like real life weaponry much more than previous blasters; the debate whether this is a positive or negative thing is argued among Nerf enthusiasts.
The N-Strike series features the following attachable accessories for blasters:
Note: not all blasters are compatible with each accessory type.
Color scheme Edit
Most N-Strike blasters feature a distinct color scheme: yellow, neon orange, gray, and black.
Some blasters, such as the
Raider CS-35 and Longstrike CS-6, have an alternate blue, gray, and orange color scheme.
The N-Strike series has a direct successor series:
N-Strike Elite. Despite this, not all N-Strike products will receive the upgrade treatment.
N-Strike products Edit
Other blasters Edit
This is the longest running and largest series of dart blasters made by Nerf.
This series is the only one that has released more than one video game. It is also the only series whose video games have not used blasters from other series.
Contrary to popular belief, this is not the first series to release blasters with clips. The first clip-fed blasters were actually the Sawtooth and the Electric Eel from the Max Force series.
The "N" in N-Strike may stand for "Nerf".