|This product has been discontinued.
It cannot be purchased in retail stores. The only way to obtain it is through second-hand websites and stores.
The Scout features a 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, along with the Hornet AS-6, and the Titan AS-V.1.
In 2005, it was re-released with the Tech Target Set under the name of the Tech Target Eliminator in the Action Blasters series. It was later replaced in the Tech Target Set by the Reflex IX-1 in 2009.
It was later re-released as a single and double pack in 2011 with the N-Strike color scheme.
It was spiritually succeeded by the Sidestrike.
The Scout has been released with the following color schemes:
- Tech Target Set (blue, green, gray, and orange)
- Titan AS-V.1 & Scout IX-3 Set (blue, gray, and black)
- Unity Power System (gray, red, and black)
- N-Strike (yellow, silver, black, and orange)
Reloading and firing
To reload the Scout, load a dart into the muzzle. Pull back the priming slide to prime it.
Pull the firing trigger to fire a dart. Alternatively, press the button on the slide.
- 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 Micro Darts, but the N-Strike pack comes with Whistler Darts.
- The Scout was the first blaster to feature a tactical rail.
|Action Blasters blasters|
|Air Tech 1000 • Air Tech 2000 • Air Tech 3000 • Atomizer • Big Bad Bow • Big Bad Titan • Reactor • Scout IX-3 • Tech Target Eliminator|
|Internal single fire blasters|
|Barrel Break IX-2 • Reflex IX-1 • Scout IX-3|