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Jolt EX-1
Year Released:

2011, 2013, 2014



Stock Capacity:

1 Whistler Dart / Elite Dart / Collectible Dart / Zombie Strike Dart

Average Retail Price(s):



N-Strike, Zombie Strike, Rebelle

Plunger Type:


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. It features a compact priming bar under the handle, which one uses by pulling down on. It was rereleased under a multitude of lines, and has received praise for being extremely powerful, accurate and concealable, all fitted into a small package. It was initially released in 2011, albeit quietly, with an orange paint scheme, black trigger, and "JOLT" in big, black letters engraved on the side. It was later redesigned and given a rerelease in 2013, this time bearing N-Strike Elite colors, and an orange trigger and priming mechanism. The most noticeable change of the blaster was the addition of an orange muzzle on the front of the blaster, and it has remained there ever since it's induction onto the blaster. It was given yet another redesign in the same year, this time in Zombie Strike colors, and had a clip-on sight to help with aiming. It had another redesign in 2014, this time, affecting the entire shell. It was given a girly paint scheme and a bigger cocking rod, because of its induction into the Rebelle line. Because of it being released multiple times, it has become a popular blaster among many. It cost $4.99 when released.



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Jolt EX-1 - 7.75

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: Whistler 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.

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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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