|Blaster type||Single-fire dart blaster (reverse plunger)|
|Stock ammunition type||Micro Darts|
|Size||about 5" (12.7cm) long|
|Weight||0.375 lb (0.17kg)|
|Average retail price||19.99 USD|
The two-pack yellow Scout product is exclusive to Kmart.
The Scout features an integrated tactical rail and storage for two extra darts. A button on the slide enables the blaster to be fired by a button on the Titan AS-V.1 when connected as part of the Unity Power System.
The Scout was one of the first blasters to be released under the N-Strike series. It first came packaged in the Unity Power System, as well as a re-release of the Tech Target Set. It was later replaced in the Tech Target Set by the Reflex IX-1. It was later re-released as a single and double pack in 2011 with the N-Strike color scheme.
The Scout has been released with the following color schemes:
- Original (Tech Target Set) (blue/green/silver)
- Unity Power System (grey/red/black)
- N-Strike (yellow/black/orange)
Reloading and firingEdit
To reload the Scout, load a dart into the muzzle. Pull the slide on top back and then pull the trigger to fire a dart.
|Firing range||7/10||The Scout reaches ranges of up to thirty feet.|
|Accuracy||9/10||It hits its target most of the time.|
|Reliability||10/10||It is impossible for the Scout IX-3 to jam, although this blaster can have some problems with the secret button for use with the Unity Power System.|
|Rate of fire||3/10||One dart can be fired about every two seconds.|
|Capacity||6/10||It holds three darts, one dart in firing position and two others in storage holes under the barrel.|
|7.6/10||The Scout IX-3 is a simple blaster. It performs amazing in range and accuracy, for being a single-shot blaster. Its downsides are its slow rate of fire and capacity. It is a great side-arm.|
- Strangely enough, the pack that comes with the N-Strike color scheme was first shipped to the Philippines.
- In the Unity Power System , the Scout comes with Suction Darts, but the N-Strike pack comes with Whister Darts.
- This was one of the first, if not the first blaster to utilize the reverse plunger system.
|Internal single fire blasters|
|Barrel Break IX-2 • Reflex IX-1 • Scout IX-3|