|This product has been marked as discontinued by Amazon.
It comes packaged with six Tagger Micro Whistler Darts and instructions.
It features an integrated six dart clip; it is loaded from the top of the blaster via a slot. It has no tactical rail. It also has a sling or bandolier attachment point on the handle of the blaster. It is similar to the Vortex Vigilon and the popular N-Strike Maverick REV-6.
Oddly enough, this blaster is capable of slam firing even though this is not mentioned anywhere on the box or in the instruction manual.
There are two models of the Speedload: the pre-release version does not have the paint applications on it and the market version which has the yellow paint detailing the blaster. This is the only difference in the blasters.
Reloading and firing
To reload the Speedload 6, load up to six darts into the top slot of the integrated six dart clip. The slot is located on the left of the blaster. When the blasters priming slide is pulled back, the clip will be covered and a dart will be fed into the firing mechanism; when the slide is returned forwards, the clip cover will return to its original position.
Pull the slide back to prime the blaster and pull the trigger to fire a dart.
To slam fire, hold down the trigger and continuously prime the blaster. A dart is fired every time the slide reaches the forward position.
- This blaster is often compared to the Maverick REV-6, as they are both pistols and because they both hold six darts. Others compare it to a Recon CS-6 for its size (without accessories), dart capacity, and priming mechanism.
- The blaster can actually hold seven darts by having one dart in the dart chamber and six darts in the integrated clip. The same can also be done with the Quick 16.
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|2005||Firestrike • Strikefire|
|2009||Furyfire • Stormfire|
|2011||Sharp Shot • Speedload 6 • Speedswarm • Swarmfire • Quick 16|