The N-Strike line of Nerf guns has been by far the most popular series of blasters in Nerf's storied history. Most of the blasters include a yellow, orange and black color scheme.
N-Strike is the longest running series of guns in Nerf's history, with the first blaster dating back to 2003. Each gun in the series resembles real-life weaponry, something that most of the earlier Nerf guns were missing. Whether you're looking for a Nerf machine gun, pistol or sniper rifle, the N-Strike line has it covered. The focus on tactical rails and interchangeable accessories is also a new to this line.
Below is a list of each blaster in the Nerf N-Strike series, with a link to the review.
The Nerf Rayven CS-18 is a semi automatic clip system blaster, and it’s the first gun to be released in the Light it Up N-Strike line. [...]
The Nerf Jolt EX-1 is a single-shot blaster. Part of the N-Strike lineup, it has the distinction of being the smallest Nerf gun on the [...]
The upcoming Nerf Barricade appears to be yet another fantastic addition to what has been a very strong year of Nerf N-Strike releases. The Barricade [...]
The Nerf Stampede is an automatic blaster. It’s a lot like the Vulcan in its execution, but there are a few primary differences: 1. The [...]
I have another new Nerf gun to announce: The Nerf N-Strike Spectre REV-5. I’m pretty pumped about this one. It combines features of the Maverick [...]
Another new announcement from Nerf, this time in regards to a new double barrel blaster called the N-Strike Barrel Break IX-2. I don’t know much [...]
The Nerf N-Strike Alpha Trooper CS-18 blaster will be released in August of 2010, and it looks like it has a ton of potential to [...]
A flashlight on a Nerf gun?! How awesome is that!
The Nerf Longstrike CS6 will be released in spring of 2010. Needless to say, it looks awesome.
The Nerf Rapid Fire Raider CS-35 is one of the best Nerf guns ever made.
So, you like the Element EX-6? Me too.
In a word, the Nerf Vulcan is awesome.
The Nerf Nite Finder EX-3 is a fantastic Nerf gun, and it remains a favorite among Nerf modders because of its simple internal engineering and superior accuracy.
The Magstrike? What a great choice! Rapid fire action at its best.
Ultimately, the N-Strike Switch Shot EX-3 makes a fun remote to use when you want to shoot things on the Wii, but as a standalone Nerf gun it falls short.
The Nerf N-Strike Secret Strike is a tiny little gun with a solid amount of firepower for its size.
The Nerf N-Strike Disk Shot is a great way to kill some time with some friends when the weather is too crappy to go outside or your thumbs are sore from video games.
The Nerf N-Strike Recon CS-6 is pretty cool in that it comes with five parts that you can snap on and off to customize the look and feel of your gun. The parts are mostly cosmetic, but they’re cool just the same.
You want a Nerf gun that glows in the dark, do you?
You would generally expect that a gun with a scope and the word “longshot” in its name would be something of a long-range weapon, but the Nerf N-Strike Longshot only shoots about 35 feet — about the same as other (smaller) guns in the N-Strike line.
The Nerf N-Strike Unity Power System answers the question, what would happen if multiple Nerf guns could assemble themselves into a single larger, badder creation like Voltron? Yup. Pure awesomeness.
The Nerf N Strike Maverick is a six-shot semi-automatic blaster that will shoot as fast as you can pump and pull the trigger. It features great range and accuracy, and the pop out chamber is a lot of fun.