Advanced This wiki This wiki All wikis Advanced Search Options Select all (Main)TalkUserUser talkNerf Blaster WikiNerf Blaster Wiki talkFileFile talkMediaWikiMediaWiki talkTemplateTemplate talkHelpHelp talkCategoryCategory talkForumForum talkUser blogUser blog commentBlogBlog talkModuleModule talkWall threadBoardBoard ThreadTopic Articles Photos and Videos Blogs People Everything About 1,800 results for Category:No class Many Nerf blasters have no class, from types like the Backlash to the newer blasters, like the Buzzsaw. https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Category:No_class Category:NCS The NCS is a Nerf blaster class that only includes the Spartan. https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Category:NCS Tech Target The Tech Target is a 2003 Nerf Other Nerf blaster set that holds 3 Mega Darts. With 3 AA batteries, you can use the Tech target and blaster to practice your aim. It includes an https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Tech_Target Nerf Blaster Wiki/mobile Welcome to Nerf Blaster Wiki. We are currently editing over 1,525 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/mobile Big Bad Bow The Big Bad Bow (commonly shortened down to just BBB or 3B) is a 1998 Nerf Hyper Sight blaster that can hold up to 3 Arrows. It comes with an instruction book, a set of https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Big_Bad_Bow Nerf Sports Nerf Sports is a brand of Nerf products that was first introduced in 1969. Over the years, many Nerf Sports products were released starting with the 1970's Nerf Indoor Ball and the Super Nerf https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Nerf_Sports 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 Rapid Fire AS-20 The Rapid Fire AS-20 (originally the Rapid Fire 20, colloquially known as the RF20) is a 2001 Airjet Power series blaster that can hold up to 20 Micro Darts with default ammunition. It was https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Rapid_Fire_AS-20 List of N-Strike: The Video Game Blasters This is a list of video-game only blasters, ranging from basic blasters to unlockable and custom blasters. The BullSharc GL-8 is a Top Secret Nerf blaster. It has an 8 round rotating cartridge https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_N-Strike:_The_Video_Game_Blasters Jolt EX-1 The Jolt EX-1 (known as the Jolt later) is a 2011 N-Strike blaster that holds 1 Whistler Dart. It is an improvement over its predecessors, the Secret Strike AS-1 and the Hidden https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Jolt_EX-1 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 Nerf Nerf (trademarked as NERF) is a very successful toyline produced by Hasbro. Nerf toys are made of a hard plastic for guns (referred to as "Blasters" by Nerf), a foamy substance (for Ballistic Balls and https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Nerf 2019 2019 is the fiftieth anniversary for the Nerf brand and the thirtieth anniversary for the Super Soaker brand. Don't listen to that sign. It is complete. https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/2019 Alpha Trooper CS-18 The Alpha Trooper CS-18 is a 2010 N-Strike series blaster that can hold and fire up to 18 Streamline Darts. It is a part of the Clip System sub-theme, and because of https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Alpha_Trooper_CS-18 Big Salvo The Big Salvo is an oddly-named yet creatively-designed Lanard blaster. This blaster was first introduced in 2003 and is currently still available for purchase. It was also released as an Air Zone blaster https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Big_Salvo Firefly REV-8 Not to be confused with the Firefly (Water Warriors). The Firefly REV-8 is a 2005 N-Strike Blaster that can hold up to 16 Micro Glow Darts. It was one of the first revolver https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Firefly_REV-8 Recon CS-6 The Recon CS-6 is a 2007 N-Strike Clip System blaster that can hold up to 6 Streamline Darts. It comes with an instruction book, a Light beam unit, a Recon CS-6 barrel https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Recon_CS-6 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 Early Lazer Tag Accessories This is a list of early Lazer Tag accessories. All accessories are by Worlds of Wonder, however, there was to be one when Tiger Electronics took over the helm, but that accessory was never released https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Early_Lazer_Tag_Accessories 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 List of Arena Blast Blasters This is a list of fictional Nerf Arena Blast blasters. Similar to the Lazer Tag B.L.A.S.T., the Cannon is a blaster featured in Nerf Arena Blast which holds 15 Cannon Balls https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_Arena_Blast_Blasters Hail-Fire Not to be confused with the Hailstorm, a blaster with a similar name but is otherwise unrelated The Hail-Fire (formerly known as Hailfire) is a 2012 N-Strike Elite blaster that can hold up https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/Hail-Fire List of fictional Lazer Tag blasters This is a list of fictional Lazer Tag blasters. Main article: LTAR https://nerfpedialegacy.fandom.com/wiki/List_of_fictional_Lazer_Tag_blasters 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 Back 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next Related Wiki Terraria Wiki Gaming 40K pages 10K images 0 videos The Official Terraria Wiki is a comprehensive resource containing information about all versions of Re-Logic's action-adventure sandbox game, Terraria. 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... Super Soaker 50 (commonly referred to as CS50 or SS50) is the first Super Soaker ever released. It was initially... Double Shot (or Double Shot Dart Blaster or Over Under Double Shot) is a 2003 Buzz Bee Blaster that holds 6... Super Soaker 300 (also abbreviated as the SS 300 for short, nicknamed "The Big One!") is a 1993 Classic Super... CPS 2500 a 1998 CPS series Super Soaker that holds 3.1L of water. It is no longer available for purchase, since... 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