Friday, May 7, 2010

Nerf N-Strike Spectre REV-5 - Sneak Peek!

More sneak peeks!

Spotted at Taobao.com... box art for the Nerf N-Strike Spectre REV-5!





43 comments:

  1. Emman Shafiq,

    No news of local stock availability dates yet. Will post further updates if i find more info on it. :)

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  2. I wonder what the internals will be like! It looks like it could yet another reshelled Recon, but since it works like a Maverick, who knows? If it's like a Maverick I just hope it doesn't have the same bad mechanical problems.

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  3. Soooo it's a Maverick with stock and barrel attachment, neat?

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  4. I think this is the gun of the 9-9-10 this or the alpha trooper cs-18 i think the stampede is not real

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  5. It's Looks like a Maverich with a stock lol.

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  6. Is the folding stock removable?

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  7. In case you needed a Maverick with less ammo?

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  8. cool gun but about how much would it cost ?

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  9. Recon pistol + the extension barrel of this = Look alike of the MK23 SOCOM......

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  10. It kinda looks like the Vengeance Rev 6 from the nerf game. Can't wait for it to come out.

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  11. lol another box art kid that looks constipated

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  12. when will this be out in the US?
    I WANT ONE!!!

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  13. Soooo.....
    Nerf decided to undermine their own products, the Recon and Maverick, and merge them to create a blaster with less ammo? Phayl... Epik Phayl.

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  14. If you want a 5 dart sniper, buy a BlastFire. It's semi-auto, probably shoots further, and has it's blast mode. ;)

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  15. as far as i can tell unless it shoots really far then it is inferior to anything that works on the clip system

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  16. I would by it, but only for the silencer.

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  17. @SureShot if you look closely at the front and back picture, it shows that both the barrel and the stock components are removable.

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  18. It seems like all these new blasters are replicas of those from the video game. Question is, will they surpass our expectations or be a huge let down? I'll probably still buy it.

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  19. the stock and barrel are awsome the gu itself not realy

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  20. @Amir I don't know about that. With some spray paint, modding, and detailing, that gun has some bad*** potential.

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  21. The Spectre REV-5 , Cool name it's just that it's a maverick with only 5 darts (not 6) which I don't get but it's merged with a recon stock and handle? Well it better have better range and accuracy than my maverick REV-6.
    The barrel looks cool though. I don't really have high hopes for this gun but I might be surprised

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  22. News Flash! Nerf has officially announced on their Facebook page that this is real and will be a walmart exclusive. It will be released in October.

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  23. Did anyone else notice the lack of plunger housing sticking out in the back like the Recon and Raider? Looks like this one will be less powerful.

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  24. I have 100% confirmation according to Nerf that this gun will be coming out in October 2010. It will be a walmart exclusive and has a folding stock.

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  25. is the silencer compatible with the longshot?

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  26. matt.chopper,

    Yes, the Spectre's front barrel attachment is compatible with the Longshot too.

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  27. will toyrus ship it to indonesia?because im in indonesia right now

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  28. Alvin Hardy,

    I've no idea, you'll have to call Toys R Us and check with them directly.

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  29. when dose this come out?
    Jason

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  30. Jason,

    The Nerf Spectre is already available at most major dept stores in Singapore.

    Check out my full review of it here:

    http://sgnerf.blogspot.com/2010/08/nerf-spectre-rev-5-review.html

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  31. is the silencer attachment attach to the longshot?

    and is it out in australia?

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  32. killer,

    Yes, the Spectre's front barrel attachment can be attached to a Longshot (or any other attachment compatible N-Strike blaster).

    I've no idea on the availability of it in Australia though, you'd just have to check at the dept stores around your area.

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  33. The mavericks arent that bad people, the newer ones arent as good as the old ones because they jam more...the spectra seems okay...i hope its a better stealth than the deploy

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  34. Hi I was wondering if the Spectre will come out in a clear version?
    Do you know?
    Also, will the gun ever get cheaper because I don't want to waist money.

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  35. Evan,

    No news of that happening so far.

    As for price, just check at your local dept stores and shop around for special store promotions or discounts.

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  36. SG Nerf,
    In a nerf battle, would folding stock of the spectre fit appropriately with the recon? Like as in would the spectre stock be as comfortable as the raider stock?

    Thanx
    Dsu

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  37. DSU,

    Well, the Spectre shoulder stock can fit on the Recon, but due to it's foldable feature it's not as rigid in terms of stability. I would say the Raider shoulder stock is more sturdy.

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  38. hi my name is mason

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  39. where do you get this spectre

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    1. Anonymous,

      At this moment, you can still get the Spectre at local dept stores in Singapore (ie. Toys R Us, Metro, OG etc).

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