Friday, April 8, 2011

Nerf Dart Tag Speedload 6 - Review!

Return fire fast with the Nerf Dart Tag Speedload 6!

The Nerf Speedload 6 is a pistol-sized spring plunger powered blaster which operates on a pull-back priming mechanism, operated by a top mounted slide handle.

It features a permanently integrated 6-dart capacity clip with a special "quick reload slot" on the side for loaded foam darts on the move. This allows the clip ammo to be topped up easily and quickly.

An unlisted feature of the Speedload 6 is its "slam-fire" mode (similar to the Nerf Raider and Alpha Trooper).

Hold down the trigger, then pump the slide priming handle repeatedly to fire a constant stream of foam darts, the rate-of-fire (RoF) will depend on how fast you pump the slide handle.

This blaster is packaged with 6 x Tagger foam darts. It is compatible with all Nerf foam darts (including Streamline foam darts).

Average firing range is around 25-30ft.

For internal photos of the Nerf Speedload 6, click Here.

Available at most major dept stores in Singapore.
Retail Price: SGD$26.90.


Nerf Dart Tag Speedload 6 - Box (Front)

Nerf Dart Tag Speedload 6 - Box (Back)

Nerf Dart Tag Speedload 6 - Un-Boxed

Nerf Dart Tag Speedload 6 - Right Side View

Nerf Dart Tag Speedload 6 - Left Side View

Nerf Dart Tag Speedload 6 - Priming Slide Handle

Nerf Dart Tag Speedload 6 - Quick Reload Slot

Nerf Dart Tag Speedload 6 - Ammo Clip Indicator

Nerf Dart Tag Speedload 6 - Retractable Jam Door

Nerf Dart Tag Speedload 6 - Scale Comparison with Nerf Maverick

Nerf Dart Tag Speedload 6 - Demo & Test Fire Video

Nerf Dart Tag Speedload 6 at


  1. The dart system guns can use the whistler/suction darts right?

  2. have you got the quick 16 yet?

  3. Front Grip? Sgnerf, this isn't the quick 16, the primer is on the back, you might want to correct the statement "depend on how fast you pump the front grip." to depend on how fast you pump the back slide.

  4. Yoink!,

    Yes, it can use the whistler and suction tip foam darts too.

  5. Alif,

    Yes, i've got all the Dart Tag blasters. The Quick 16 review will be up soon.

  6. harpuia,

    Thanks for noticing the typo, all that cut n' paste of repeated info tends to let slip some errors. I've updated the info. :)

  7. Can this gun use streamline darts?

  8. Gabriel Ho,

    As mentioned in my review... "It is compatible with all Nerf foam darts (including Streamline foam darts)".

  9. SG nerf,
    I read the review of sppedload 6 on urban taggers, they said clip system dart is bad for sppedload and quick 16 cause it will be jammed.

  10. Alif,

    Interestingly, the Speedload 6 units i've tested so far work perfectly with Streamline foam darts, no jams. I guess Urban Taggers might have tested a different batch (they reviewed a pre-production unit a while back).

    On the otherhand, i've also tested the production Quick 16 and for that blaster, i can confirm that it can't use Streamline foam darts.

  11. when you will make a review on quick 16 and swarmy

  12. Alif,

    Yes, i'll be posting up those reviews soon.

  13. ugh its awesome but when ever i get a streamline in it jams up! all in all though i love it.

  14. is the accuracy for this good? and does it sell it here at isetan or what? cause as you mentioned that its sell in major department, does isetan counts as major department?


    The accuracy is similiar to other Nerf Dart Tag blasters, depends on your aiming too. :)

    Store availabilty will vary so you'll have to just check at Isetan (or call them beforehand to check) to find out if they have it in stock.

  16. Is the speedload 6 the same size of a maverick or spectre or recon or element?

  17. Joel,

    Just refer to my scale comparison photo of it with the Nerf Maverick.

  18. afiq,

    Its got a similar shot consistency as a Nerf Maverick... the accuracy just depends on the user. :)

  19. do you think this is better than the nerf firefly and maverick

    1. ninga122,

      I think its quite similar to the Maverick in usage, just a different method of ammo loading.

      The Firefly has more ammo capacity though but also larger in size.

      I guess it just depends which design you prefer.

  20. I bought this gun in Australia, the difference is the trigger. My speedload has blue trigger and your have orange. What other countries do they have like that?

    1. Anonymous,

      The orange trigger versions were the first generation models which were launched back in early 2011.

      The blue trigger versions are the newer 2nd generation models which were launched in mid-2012, most dept stores have those versions in stock nowadays.

  21. I have this gun in blue trigger shoots 35 feet flat..!