I need this.
Dual Wielding these will be EPIC... and the color scheme matches the N-Force hatchet too!
this gun had no rumours or anything...just a sudden appearance..lol.. This gun looks sooo similar to the Wildshot(in Rebelle)....
Yeah, I think it's a reskin.
Different mold. It is smaller and uses a 5 shot turret.
WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWW I NEVER KNEW THAT.
It also has a tactical rail.
this is pretty much how real revolvers work.
This blaster looks like a revolver.(The revolver the cowboys use)
finally... it's HAMMER time!!
WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Im getting this with the centurion!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Is this a new line of blasters? I hope they dont discontinue N-strike.
One possible issue: this blaster doesn't allow for easy priming with modded springs after a certain stiffness since your thumb is doing all the work.
maybe you can use an other hand to do this work.
This gun is very cool and the range is the same as Elite or even further
what's the range of this?
over 75 ft
How did you get it ? Did nerf send it to you?
Wow, looks like Nerf is starting to redesign actual revolver mechanisms for their blasters. That is basically EXACTLY how a true revolver works. Only problems: 5 shots, would become super difficult to prime with beefy spring, limited range with that plunger tube, probably just a bit further than a Snapfire. Other than that... Looks awesome, kinda like a badass version of the Gear Up series.
no way d00d real revolver use way bigger plunger tube to make bullits go so fast
Real Revolvers don't use a plunger tube. Check here: http://www.howstuffworks.com/revolver.htm
Nah, revolvers and other handguns have bullet plungers that work on metal instead of foam.
Bullet plumbers??? What the heck is s bullet plunger???
Ugh, okay, first off... A real revolver uses a trigger system that activates a hammer that strikes the primer on a bullet casing. The primer ignites the gunpowder in said bullet casing and propels the bullet out the barrel. The only other kind of realistic revolver that would use a plunger system would be an airsoft revolver.Second, you can never compare Nerf to real fire arms. It's not a fair comparison.Third, this is a Nerf blog, showing pictures of Nerf guns, and talking about Nerf guns..... So don't talk about actual fire arms in this blog, because we aren't talking about those.....Fourth, if you look closely at the Hammer Shot's plunger tube it looks quite short, the only positive thing i can see is that it may be the same diameter of the Elite Firestrike.Fifth, any revolver type pistol that Nerf released with the exception of the Elite Strongarm had completely crap range. With a Maverick or Spectre, the MOST you could ever get out of them with the original plunger system was maybe 40'-50' flat. If people got any higher, it's only because they replaced it with a Nitefinder plunger tube or put in an air tank.So, for those of you who wish to question my knowledge of this hobby, please go ahead... I will not tolerate back-talk from someone who uses "d00d" as if it's a real word, and who thinks that real fire arms use plunger systems instead of gun powder.
I think you guys missed the sarcasm there
I read that it's just a repaint of the Rebelle... Curious to see if this is real, I definitely want one.
Never mind, I misread, it actually is its own thing. Nice.
i have saw triad in Singapore's toysrus but I did not ask for the price
Anonymous, Yeah, i also spotted them too... they were retailing at SGD$12.90. :)
Oh, okay =] I guess I will purchase it thx =]
where have u guys seen the triad? I've looked all over the place, but can't seem to find one...
haha I have saw it in Singapore orchard road toysrus
I find it funny to read all the gripes about lack of modability because of the thumb-operated plunger system. Please, look at the name of the blaster line. Zombie Strike. This is a blaster purpose built for HvZ and the like. It's not intended to be a primary for your average Nerf war. It's a sidearm for zombie games. It's for situations when you want to be able to fire quickly, possibly on the run, and not necessarily able to use both hands to operate a single blaster.For the intended purpose, this is awesome. No batteries creating deadweight like with other 1-handed blasters. No motors to make noise in zombie games, where silence can be crucial. This is an amazing blaster that fits is niche perfectly. The only thing I could possibly ask for would be for this remold of the Wildshot to include a holster like the original. It would really round out the sidearm feel of the blaster.
i think this is just the boy counterpart of the Rebelle series. so all guns in that series should be in Zombie Strike
When is it going to be sold publicly in Singapore?
is it sold in singapore
Anonymous, To date, still no signs of it being available locally yet.
Which toys r us in Singapore??? and is it still in stock