|Blaster type||Single-fire/slam fire dart blaster (reverse plunger)|
|Stock ammunition type||Tagger Micro Whistler Darts|
|Average retail price||24.99 USD|
The Quick 16 comes packaged with sixteen Tagger Micro Whistler Darts.
The Quick 16 features an integrated sixteen dart clip. The integrated clip looks like a yellow banana clip. It has no tactical rail and is not compatible with any existing N-Strike shoulder stocks, despite appearing to be. This blaster's priming mechanism is located under the front of the blaster and is able to slam fire at very high rates.
If a dart is jammed, it is usually when loading a dart into the barrel. If so, then the dart will be impaled underneath the tip. The back will usually get jammed between the door and the edge of the clip. This will leave marks and sometimes the only way to get the dart out is to remove the part of the dart above the door, the part that is blocking the dart from loading properly
Modification to this blaster is slightly difficult due to the extra plastic on the blaster; this may have been done on purpose by Nerf and Hasbro to keep people from modifying blasters used in the Nerf Dart Tag League.
Reloading and firingEdit
To reload the Quick 16, load up to sixteen darts into the top slot of the integrated sixteen dart clip. The slot is located on the left of the blaster. Pull the priming handle all the way back and then forward to prime it. Pull the firing trigger to fire a dart. To slam fire, hold down the trigger and pull the priming handle back and forward.
|Firing range||8/10||This blaster can achieve firing ranges of around thirty feet.|
|Accuracy||10/10||Because the blaster does not use Streamline Darts, the least accurate of the darts, and uses anything else, it is one of the most accurate blasters out there.|
|Reliability||6/10||The Quick 16 will jam quite a bit, especially while slam firing too quickly. Also, it is harder for users with smaller hands to use because the handles are rather large. Because of the integrated clip, the ammunition life is much longer, as long as the user does not use Streamline Darts, which are not made for the blaster unless modified. However, not pulling back the handle all the way can cause the blaster to struggle, but it can still fire. The jam door is very small, requiring tweezers to remove the dart.|
|Rate of fire||10/10||This blaster has about the same rate of fire as slam fire products. When slam-firing, if not jammed, can fire a maximum of four darts per second if the user can prime the blaster that fast.|
|Capacity||10/10||This blaster holds up to sixteen darts at a time.|
|8.8/10||The Quick 16 is a great addition to the Dart Tag line. It can slam fire really well. Overall, this makes for an excellent blaster.|
- Many fans consider it the "Dart Tag version of the Raider CS-35".
- In the instruction manual, "slam fire" is referred to as "rapid fire". The box art only advertises 'rapid fire'.
- Some Nerf fans prefer to call the Quick 16 the "Banana Clip Blaster" due to its integrated clip resembling a banana clip.
- It is the only 2011 Dart Tag blaster which was not re-released in 2012 with more powerful internals, meaning that this will most likely be discontinued before the rest of the line.
- Its slam fire handle and trigger handle are larger than the Raider CS-35's handles.
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