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Triple Strike
Blaster typeSingle-fire/multi-fire air-powered arrow blasterTriplestrike box
Ammunition typeScreamin' arrows
FeaturesIntegrated arrow holders
Firing rangeThis blaster has a firing range of about sixty feet.[1][2]
ReliabilityThe Triple Strike cannot jam. However, it takes thirty pumps to fully prime the blaster, which makes it difficult to use in Nerf wars. The blaster also suffers from a tendency to not hold up well; it commonly leaks air if the trigger is pulled back slightly and some blasters have other issues such as barrels not firing. This is because the blaster is rather fragile.[3] Despite its ammunition type being notorious for being inaccurate, this blaster is very accurate.
Rate of fireThis blaster can fire a single arrow in one second. Firing all three of its arrows at once takes about two-and-a-half seconds.
CapacityThis blaster holds up to six arrows at a time.
Final verdict and summary
Review PassBoasting accuracy not seen for arrow-firing blasters and a large firing range, the Triple Strike is a very strong blaster. Its only downsides are its rate of fire and priming time, which make it difficult to reload in a heated situation. If using this blaster in a Nerf war, it is recommended to fall back on another blaster once the Triple Strike is empty.


  1. NC Review - Nerf® Triple Strike(TM).
  2. Nerf Triple Strike | Review | Toy | Dart Strike.
  3. Nerf World Order: Triple Strike.

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