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Nerf Element EX-6 Action Kit

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  • Series: Nerf N Strike
  • Capacity: 5 darts
  • Range: 20-25 feet
  • Year Released: Unknown

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The Nerf Element EX-6 Action Kit is now available for purchase at Amazon.com.

Nerf Element EX-6 Action Kit Review

The Nerf Element EX-6 Action Kit is essentially a re-release of the gun that comes with Nerf Disk Shot, which itself is basically an upgrade to the ever popular Nite Finder EX-3.

The first thing you’ll notice when you see the Element EX-6 in the packaging is the accessories. The package comes with a scope and a light, both of which attach to the top of the gun. Neither attachment works very well — particularly the scope. Nerf darts sink rather quickly and don’t maintain a constant trajectory, so the scope isn’t accurate at all beyond about 10 feet or so.

The other downside of the attachments is that they make the gun heavier and more bulky than is really necessary for a pistol, but I do have to admit, they look pretty cool when attached. The attachments are also compatible with other guns in the N-Strike line, including the Maverick, Vulcan, Nite Finder, Longshot, and Recon.

If you already have a Nite Finder, the biggest (and only IMO) reason to upgrade to the Nerf Element is the increased dart storage. Whereas the original Nite Finder could hold only two extra rounds of ammo, the Element can hold five.

Internally, the Nerf Element EX-6 is basically identical to the Nite Finder, except that the light is now an accessory, so you don’t have to deal with the battery and wires. The plunger is also a bit smaller, but it’s just as easy (and worthwhile) to mod as the Nite Finder EX-3. Even the most amateur modders should be able to increase the range to 40 feet or more just by removing the air restrictor and plugging a hole in the barrel with tape.

It’s impossible not to recommend the Nerf N-Strike Element if you don’t already have the Nerf Disk Shot, as the increased dart storage capacity alone makes it a fantastic upgrade to what was already one of the best Nerf guns out there.

Comments

  1. Nate says:

    Does it really come with the laser, that’s stellar!

  2. minimanmaxi says:

    The laser is almost useless in anything but complete darkness. :(

  3. AG says:

    What ammo does it use?

  4. Noobie Nerfer says:

    The Element was released in 2008. and I think it can use almost any kind of small dart, like the Whistler or Suction.

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