It comes packaged with a detachable shoulder stock, ten Elite Darts, and instructions.
As its name suggests, the Elite XD Stockade features improved "Elite XD" internals, which boosts its firing power. However, it never got the Elite XD paint job, making the packaging the only way to tell the two blasters apart.
It advertises a firing range of up to ninety feet in the US (compared to the original Elite version's seventy-five feet), or twenty-seven meters in Europe (compared to the original Elite version's twenty meters). Despite that, and like other re-released Elite XD blasters, it features the same performance as its original counterpart.
Reloading and firing
To reload the Stockade, first turn off the power to the blaster by flipping the power switch/safety lock. Load up to ten darts in the blaster's turret. Turn the blaster back on and pull the trigger to fire.
Try to restrict turning on the power switch to only when firing or preparing to fire. This will preserve battery power and playing time.
This blaster will not accept Micro Darts due to their dart heads being too big to fit into the flywheels.
|N-Strike Elite blasters|
|2012||Hail-Fire • Rampage (Elite XD) • Retaliator (Elite XD) • Stockade (Elite XD)|
|2013||Alpha Trooper CS-12 • Firestrike (Elite XD) • RapidStrike CS-18 (Elite XD) • Rayven CS-18 • Rayven Stinger • Rough Cut 2x4 (Elite XD)• Spectre REV-5 • Strongarm (Elite XD) • Stryfe (Elite XD) • Triad EX-3 (Elite XD)|
|2014||Cam ECS-12 • Demolisher 2-In-1 • Rhino-Fire|
|2015||Alpha Trooper CS-6 • CrossBolt • Jolt • SplitStrike|
|2016||BowStrike • Dual-Strike • HyperFire • PocketStrike • SharpFire • SnapFire • StratoBow|
|2017||Disruptor • Rayvenfire • Surgefire|