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Blaster typeSingle-fire/slam fire direct plunger dart blasterRampage
Ammunition typeElite Darts
FeaturesPackaged twenty-five dart drum, two tactical rails, one strap point, shoulder stock compatibility
Firing rangeThis blaster has a flat firing range of forty to fifty feet.[1] A high arced shot can reach about seventy-five feet.
ReliabilityCompared to its predecessor, the Rampage only jams due to human error. Additionally, the Rampage is much quieter than the Raider. This blaster has very good accuracy due to the blaster's firing power and barrel length. Slam firing, as expected, reduces accuracy.
Rate of fireThis blaster has a rate of fire of about one or two darts a second. If slam fired, it can fire up to three to four darts a second.
CapacityAlthough less than its predecessor, this blaster is advertised to hold up to twenty-five Streamline or Elite Darts at a time.
Final verdict and summary
Review PassThe Rampage is a great all around blaster without any real flaws or problems.


  1. Randomshadow09 (2012-06-06). Nerf N-Strike Elite Rampage - Range Test (Stock) - YouTube.

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