|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.
Not to be confused with the Dart Tag Sharp Shot.
It comes packaged with three Sharpshooter Darts.
The Sharpshooter is a spring-powered dart blaster and is the only blaster to use Sharpshooter Darts. It features an area on the top of the blaster to rest one's hand which bears a strong resemblance to a cocking slide, although no blasters at the time of its release used cocking slides.
There are two integrated dart holders on top of the blaster. It was the first blaster to utilize the modern-day cocking ring, which was later used by blasters such as the Secret Shot, Defender T3, Tech Target Eliminator, Nite Finder, and Element EX-6. The integrated dart holders may also double as a built-in iron sight if one looks down the middle of the dart holders.
It was released in two different color schemes, although it is unknown when the second color scheme was released.
The Sharpshooter has been released in the following color schemes:
- Blue, black and red
- Burgundy, blue and red
Reloading and firing
To reload the Sharpshooter, place one dart into the blaster's muzzle. Additional darts can be placed in the dart holders. Pull back the plunger rod to prime the blaster.
Pull the trigger to fire.
- It was the only blaster in the Original Nerf series to fire darts.
- It was also the very first blaster overall to use darts as ammunition.
- Along with that, it was the very first Nerf blaster to feature a trigger.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 NerfCenter.com: Sharpshooter®. NerfCenter.com.
- ↑ NerfClub: Sharpshooter Review NerfOnline.com
|Original Nerf blasters|
|1991||Bow 'n' Arrow|
|1992||Master Blaster • Missilestorm • Missile Launcher • NB-1 Missile Blaster • Sharpshooter • Slingshot • Zap Snaps (cancelled)|