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We are currently editing over 1,523 articles, and you can help GET AROUND THE WIKI New pages| New files| All users| Categories| Wiki tutorial (Central wikia)| Help pages NERF https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Nerf_Blaster_Wiki Super Soaker 50 The Super Soaker 50 (commonly referred to as CS50 or SS50) is the first Super Soaker ever released. It was initially released as the Power Drencher but was later renamed. Over its lifetime it was https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Super_Soaker_50 Super Soaker The Super Soaker line is a line of water blasters that are currently produced by Hasbro. They were initially introduced in 1990 under the name of "Power Drencher", but was soon changed before 1991. Their https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Super_Soaker Super Soaker 300 The Super Soaker 300 (also abbreviated as the SS 300 for short, nicknamed "The Big One!") is a 1993 Classic Super Soaker that holds 9.3L of water when filled and pressurized. This made it https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Super_Soaker_300 CPS 2500 The CPS 2500 a 1998 CPS series Super Soaker that holds 3.1L of water. It is no longer available for purchase, since its home line has since been discontinued. It is classified as an https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/CPS_2500 Super Soaker 100 The Super Soaker 100 is a 1990 Classic Super Soaker Larami Super Soaker that holds 1.5L of water. It is a large Super Soaker, bigger than the Super Soaker 50, but smaller than the https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Super_Soaker_100 CPS 4100 The CPS 4100 is a 2002 Super Soaker CPS blaster that holds 2.18L of water. It succeeded both the CPS 2700 and CPS 3200, could be considered the spiritual successor to the Super Soaker https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/CPS_4100 Triple Shot The name Triple Shot is a name commonly used by blasters that have some relation to the number three, whether it be three barrels or three nozzles. It could refer to either: The Triple Shot https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Triple_Shot Category:CS CS stands for clip system. The CS class is a very popular blaster class. Many Nerf blasters are CS class, that are found in stores. With these blasters, you get removable barrels, stocks, and tactical https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Category:CS Category:No review This is the category for blasters that need a review. https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Category:No_review Category:2010 https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Category:2010 Maverick REV-6 The Maverick REV-6 (titled the Maverick on boxes, and commonly shortened to Mav) is a 2004 Nerf N-Strike blaster that holds 6 Micro Darts. It is compatible with almost every type of dart https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Maverick_REV-6 Longshot CS-6 The Longshot CS-6 is a Nerf N-Strike blaster. It is cousin to the Longstrike CS-6. It holds up to 6 Streamline Darts. It is discontinued in North America, but not in other https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Longshot_CS-6 XP XP (abbreviation for Xtra Power) is a highly successful Super Soaker series that was introduced in 1994. The series consisted of 28 blasters, the highest out of any vintage Super Soaker theme. The line started https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/XP Early Lazer Tag Blasters This is a list of early Lazer Tag blasters, from the time of Worlds of Wonder to the time of Tiger Electronics. All blasters are pre-2004. No cross-promotional products will be included on https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Early_Lazer_Tag_Blasters Magstrike AS-10 The Magstrike AS-10 (previously just Magstrike) is a 2004 Nerf Dart Tag blaster. The set that it initially came with included a Magstrike blaster (either blue or red depending on the package), Vision Gear https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Magstrike_AS-10 Titan AS-V.1 The Titan AS-V.1 (previously known as the Titan AS-V or the Big Bad Titan) is a 2003 Nerf Action Blasters blaster that can hold one Mega Missile. The Mega Missile is very https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Titan_AS-V.1 N-Strike N-Strike is the name of the main Nerf theme from 2003-2012, replacing Power Nerf. It was one of Nerf's longest-running and most successful lines due to its focus on practicality and https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/N-Strike Double Shot The Double Shot (or Double Shot Dart Blaster or Over Under Double Shot) is a 2003 Buzz Bee Blaster that holds 6 Micro Darts and Shells. It is similar to the Barrel Break IX-2 https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Double_Shot Original Nerf Series The Original Nerf Series is the original Nerf line from 1989. These were discontinued after 1993. Most of the guns in this line were experimental, such as the Zap Snaps and the Missile Launcher. This https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Original_Nerf_Series CPS 2100 The CPS 2100 is a 2002 Super Soaker CPS blaster that holds up to 2L of water. It is an elastic-based Super Soaker and the last in the long line of CPS Super Soakers https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/CPS_2100 Vulcan EBF-25 The Vulcan EBF-25 (also known as the Havok Fire EBF-25 in Europe) is a large fully automatic Nerf blaster of the popular N-Strike line modeled after a belt-fed light machine gun https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Vulcan_EBF-25 Ballista Missile The Ballista Missile (also known as the Mattel Missile, Ultimator Arrow, or Ultimator Missile) is an ammunition type. It was used only with Mattel's powerful Ultimator blaster in 1994, and has not been used https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Ballista_Missile Buzz Bee Buzz Bee is Nerf's main rival in the blaster business. Many blasters are created each year, and are found in two product lines: Air Blasters/Automatic and Ruff Stuff/Automatic. Some of their weapons https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Buzz_Bee Back 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next Related Wiki Minecraft Wiki Gaming 60K pages 20K images 0 videos The Official Minecraft Wiki is a complete resource for Minecraft, including gameplay, blocks, crafting, redstone, updates, events, resource packs, mods, and tutorials. View More Wikis Top pages CPS 2000 is a 1996 CPS series Super Soaker that holds 3.1L of water. It is no longer available for purchase... Elite 2.0 - This Is a Nerf Series that will be released in August 2020. This series takes on a more futuristic... 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