Not to be confused with the 1995 Nerf Action Secret Shot.
The Secret Shot's main feature is its ability to fold up for storage and concealment; when folded, it resembles a bag or purse. This feature is similar to that of the Deploy CS-6. The blaster is deployed out for firing by pushing a diamond-shaped button located just above the four-dart turret. A plastic handle on the top of the blaster doubles as a bag handle. When the blaster is deployed out for use, the bottom part of the "bag" can act as a shoulder stock. A single strap point is located in the blaster's holding handle. Four darts can be stored in two racks in the inside of the stock. Despite not advertising it as such, the Secret Shot can be slam fired.
It advertises a firing range of up to seventy-five feet.
The Secret Shot has been released with the following color schemes:
- Secrets & Spies (white, purple, aqua, black, and orange)
- Secrets & Spies re-release (white, pink, black, and orange)
Reloading and firing
To reload the Secret Shot, first deploy the blaster for use by pressing the diamond button. Load up to four darts into the front turret. Pump the priming handle to prime the blaster.
- It is the third Nerf blaster ever released to carry the Secret Shot name, with the original Secret Shot and the Secret Shot II coming before it.
- The storage racks are able to hold six darts, but this is not recommended, as it may damage the darts.
|The full image gallery for Secret Shot (Rebelle) may be viewed at Secret Shot (Rebelle)/Gallery.|
- ↑ Walcom (2017-06-13). Folding Shotgun Purse? - The Nerf Rebelle Secret Shot. YouTube.com.
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