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Jolt EX-1
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Year Released:

2011

Available?:

Yes

Stock Capacity:

1 Whistler Dart

Average Retail Price(s):

$4.99

Family:

N-Strike

The Jolt EX-1 is a 2011 N-Strike blaster that can hold 1 Whistler Dart with default ammunition. It is an improvement over its predecessors, such as the Secret Strike AS-1 and the Hidden Shot. When first introduced, it cost $4.99. It was rereleased in 2013 with a larger barrel muzzle, Elite Darts and a blue paint scheme.

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Jolt EX-1 - 7.75
BSim

BSim
WorldmapCountry: America  Age Group: Teenager  GenderSex: Male
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One of the older quick draw weapons, and still one of the best. If the Reflex IX-1 brings a machete into battle, then this brings in a fully automatic bazooka, (and the Triad EX-3 brings in a Lockheed AC-130.)
Ammo: Comes with one Whistler Dart, but can use some other types of darts.
Pros: Extremely portable, gets a good range for its size and very easy to draw out.
Cons: You have one shot, unfortunately, before you have to reload.
Range:

Nine stars

Accuracy:

Nine stars

Reliability:

Eight stars

Rate/Capacity:

Five stars

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While the Triad EX-3 is almost always a better choice, if one cannot get a hold of one for whatever reason, the Jolt is an excellent substitute. It is, in fact, recommended to buy the Jolt over the Triad if concealment is a necessity.
Review by: BSim
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