A reverse plunger is a type of plunger. It is found in most N-Strike blasters, with the exception of External Single Fire blasters and the Longshot CS-6. This type of plunger is usually harder to modify due to its mechanical complexity. This is because when the plunger moves back, it is also moving forward, so as to grab a dart from a clip, or a cylinder in a revolver. Due to its mechanical complexity, it achieves less ranges and has less accuracy than blasters with direct plungers.

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