The Quickfire Sniper is an Air Zone blaster that was released in 2011.

It comes packaged with a scope, a barrel extension, a detachable shoulder stock, a six dart clip, six Quickfire Darts, and instructions.


The Quickfire Sniper is a clip-fed blaster similar to that of the 2010 Nerf N-Strike Longstrike CS-6. It advertises three different blaster "modes" on the back of the packaging: Short Range Mode, Long Range Mode, and Expert Mode; modes do not affect how the blaster is fired or its performance. Two clips can be stored in the shoulder stock if it is attached.

The Destroyer XL re-release of the Quickfire Sniper added a breech-loading opening on the right side of the blaster.

The Quickfire Sniper and its included clip are not compatible with Nerf darts, due to the their length.

It advertises a firing range of up to thirty feet (nine meters).


The Quickfire Sniper had a re-release with a white color scheme and updated packaging.

It was later re-released again as the Destroyer XL when the Air Zone brand changed its name to Stats Blast; this re-release had alternate names for different languages, including the Destructor XL and the Carabine XL.

Color schemes

The Quickfire Sniper has been released in the following color schemes:

  • Quickfire Sniper (blue, yellow, gray, and orange)
  • Quickfire Sniper/Destroyer XL (white, gray, red, and orange)

Reloading and firing

To reload the Quickfire Sniper, pull back the bolt. Push in the clip's release button and pull it out of the blaster. Load up to six Quickfire Darts, and load it back into the blaster. Push the bolt to its forward position to fully prime the blaster.

Pull the firing trigger to fire a dart.