|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 N-Strike Elite six dart clip.
It can be found packaged with certain Nerf blasters or separately in refill or accessory packs.
As its name would suggest, it holds up to six Streamline Darts at a time. Any clip system blaster is compatible with this clip, and it is the most common form of clip. It is also compatible with Elite Darts.
As with all clips and drums, the six dart clip can actually fit one extra dart. However, this can make the blaster more prone to jamming, so it is highly recommended that users only put in six darts at once.
The six dart clip was replaced in 2012 by the N-Strike Elite six dart clip. The N-Strike Elite clip features a different bottom and a partially transparent shell, although the clips are backwards compatible with most blasters.
Before Nerf made the twelve dart clip, some modders would link two six dart clips together to make a twelve dart clip. This involved cutting the top of one, and the bottom of another, linking the springs and gluing them together.
The six dart clip has been released with the following color schemes:
- Nerf incorrectly calls this product a clip, when it is really a magazine. The closest example of a clip for Nerf blasters is something like the Magstrike clip, or the clip on the Buzz Bee Jaguar.
|Discontinued Nerf ammunition holders|
|Clips||Eighteen dart clip • Five dart clip • Firefly Tech clip • Four dart clip • Magstrike clip • Six dart clip|
|Drums||Eighteen dart drum • Forty disc drum • Thirty-five dart drum|
|Vortex magazines||Firefly Tech magazine • Ten disc magazine • Twenty disc magazine|
|Other||Eight dart chain • Fifteen dart chain • Twelve dart chain • Twenty-five dart belt|