The Star Shot, like the Pink Crush, is advertised as a "crossbow blaster", and has faux bow arms that has a string to the pull handle like a crossfire bow which the Pink Crush does not have. Like the N-Strike Elite Firestrike, it features an integrated light that is powered by a small trigger under the main firing trigger. It also has a single tactical rail, but is molded separately instead of part of the shell unlike how the Firestrike is built. The light is not interchangeable with the Firestrike, but the light switch in the grip is identical.
The bow strings of the blaster can be detached at the priming mechanism. The bow arms themselves holds up to six additional darts.
The blaster shares a very similar design to the Pink Crush externally. Internally it is more like the Firestrike with a much stronger spring catch plate, featuring similar but stronger internals, accessories, and a near identical mold. The rear grip used a closed arched geometry with the spring plate molded in with the grip, allowing for a very rugged feel. The plunger rod is made of a higher density polyethylene than the Firestrike, allowing much more modability and sustained long life.
The Star Shot was first discovered alongside the Star Shot blaster set in December of 2013.
Reloading and firing
To reload the Star Shot, load a dart into the blaster's muzzle. Pull the plunger tube back to prime the blaster.
Pull the trigger to fire a dart.
|2013||Guardian Crossbow • Heartbreaker Bow • Pink Crush • Powerbelle • Sneak Attacker • Sweet Revenge|
|2014||Jolt • Star Shot|
|2016||CornerSight • Epic Action Bow • Flipside Bow • Lumanate • Platinum Bow • Trilogy • Wingspeed|