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Blaster typeSingle fire clip system flywheel blasterStryfe
Ammunition typeElite Darts
FeaturesShoulder stock compatibility, barrel extension compatibility, two tactical rails, two sling points
Firing rangeThe Stryfe has a firing range of about forty-five to fifty feet flat.[1] At an angle it can achieve the advertised seventy-five feet. As with other battery-powered blasters, range may vary depending on the batteries used.
ReliabilityThe Stryfe jams when the trigger is pulled too slowly. Larger clips also increase the chance of jamming due to blaster design. The Stryfe is very accurate; its accuracy also depends on battery state.
Rate of fireThis blaster can fire three to four darts a second. However firing this rapidly will decrease the range by about ten to fifteen feet because the flywheel does not have time to fully rev up between shots.
CapacityThe Stryfe holds up to six darts at a time in its packaged six dart clip.
Final verdict and summary
Review PassThe Stryfe is a very good blaster, its main feature being its semi-auto blasting. It is a high-performance blaster and is highly recommended.


  1. Randomshadow09 (2013-04-12). Nerf N-Strike Elite Stryfe - Range Test (Stock) - YouTube.

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