• NERF N-Strike Elite Jolt Blaster (Orange)
  • NERF N-Strike Elite Jolt Blaster (Orange)
NERF N-Strike Elite Jolt Blaster (Orange)
NERF N-Strike Elite Jolt Blaster (Orange)

NERF N-Strike Elite Jolt Blaster (Orange)

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  • Jolt blaster packs a powerful punch
  • Small enough to hide it in your pocket
  • Comes with 2 Elite Darts
  • Cocking handle readies your shot
  • Blaster comes with 2 Elite Darts

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Great hold-out Very high play value in this little blaster. It fits comfortably in the hand and shoots quite far and accurately. Good for a hold-out blaster in a Nerf war, but small and simple enough to be suitable for anyone. It performs well but a shot from this won't sting like a shot from a larger blaster (still capable of knocking valuables over, though).When not primed, the Jolt takes up about as much space as a Reflex, but when primed, the Jolt is still smaller than anything but the Secret Strike. Large hands can palm it.You can find this blaster in a pretty wide spectrum of looks and colors, but they all perform the same. They're somewhat moddable but work just fine out of the box. All this is true for anything using a Jolt for its internals, too (e.g. the Modulus blaster stock).If you want more performance and firepower for a similar price, check out the Triad. But if you want the smallest or cheapest 'good' blaster, the Jolt is it.I recommend this blaster! 4Unexpected cat toy got this for a "Nerf War" among cousins. Last time, I got Nerf machine guns and was finding Nerf darts in plants, light fixtures and on top of tall furniture for the next year. This time, they had to hunt down their ammo to reload. But here's the best part: our cat LOVES this Nerf pistol. She actually likes you to shoot at her so she can jump out of the way, then chase the dart. She doesn't like the bigger sound of the Nerf machine guns, but the relatively small "puff" from this Blaster brings her running for a romp. Obviously, all cats are different and this may scare some or leave others totally unaffected, but as far as our rescue kitty is concerned, this was her favorite Christmas present. 5It is a favorite amoung my boys during Nerf Wars at our house Nerf N-Strike Jolt Blaster comes with two darts and lots of power. Don't let its compact size fool you. This little gun can shoot really far with lots of power behind it. It is a favorite amoung my boys during Nerf Wars at our house. The boys like to call it "The Noisy Cricket", like the little gun on Men in Black. All the umph comes from its racking mechanism built into the butt of the gun. Even my six year old can easily use this gun, hence its popularity in our house. We own three or four of these now, and we will buy more as needed. 5Lots of distance for a dart gun, grip short enough large hands may get pinched by mechanism upon firing. Wow! Better distance than I ever thought possible from such a little thing. I got this for the kids to mess around with in the yard, and thought this 'cheap little' dart gun would be a good start for them, to see if they had fun without destroying anything.The gun works very well, shooting a soft dart as far or farther than out of any dart gun I have used. In fact, I think it might have about as much range as the old dart gun I used to have (back in the days when lawn darts were considered a fun family game), the one that shot the darts with the hard plastic shaft, and suction cup. However, this one shoots darts with a soft rubber (non-marking) tip, and a foam rubber body, making it much less likely to do any harm to anything or anyone. While it still has the rainbow trajectory you expect from a child's dart gun, our house isn't long enough one end to the other to be safe from it. I can literally hide clear in the back of the house, watching through opened doorways, and dart my wife, clear at the other end of the house, which I paced off to be a bit over 40 feet away. You have to aim high, but it gets there with a little distance to spare.To load, you insert the dart ALL the way in (very important, as the tighter you get it to 'bottom out' the more range you get).Pull down on the little T shaped cocking handle until it goes 'click', and you are ready to go.I know this is just a kid's toy, but for its small size, I am still impressed with its range. No idea on durability, other than it seems on par with other toys of its type that you find these days, and it is working without a hitch so far.My one complaint hinges on its small size, and that is if you are a man that wears size Large or bigger gloves, be aware that the cocking handle jumps upward, into the butt of the handle when you pull the trigger, and can pinch your pinkie finger if you are not careful. Not enough to hurt anyone, but it does sting a little, enough to get your attention. Not a big deal, after it happened to me a couple times, I learned to keep my fingers clear, but annoying enough I knocked it down to 4 stars. For someone with average sized hands or smaller (like a kid) it would not be an issue. 4In the Words of an 8 Year Old Nerf Addict As dictated by an 8 Year Old Nerf Addict:Five stars because it is very good.It's a very good single shooter.Fits in most pants pockets.It's very simple to load, the priming bar is on the bottom, so you just pull the bar on the handle.If you're an adult the handle may be a little small for you, but for a kid it won't be bad if you're the average size for playing Nerf.It's a good gun for a beginner Nerf Player, because it is inexpensive so you can try Nerf without a lot of money.It's very good for the price, Very good for the size.Shoots pretty powerful. Probably about 35 feet.To small for any tactical rail.Pretty good for backup. Fits in the the bandolier belt and the tactical vest.Kinda like the Mega Big Shock.One of my favorite secondary guns. If you have an arsenal and want a single shooter I recommend it.It's not the best Nerf Gun, or the worst, for it's size it's one of the best.Works Great for a side arm. But if there is a lot of people in the battle you may not want a single shooter for back up.For a cheap secondary it can't be beat, but you could also upgrade to larger weapon (for more money) like a Strongarm, or a Hammershot.The cons are that the handle is kind of bumpy. It has holes for your fingers but that is not very comfortable, but it isn't to bad. Since you use it more for back up it doesn't matter. Since it's your secondary, and you don't use it a lot it doesn't matter that much if it isn't very comfortable. 5Big distance in a small blaster! Small but powerful! Fits in your pocket no problem, great for a sneak attack! I'm a 25 year old man and I have bigger than average hands and I was so surprised that it is very comfortable to hold, so big hand people don't be discouraged! At the price it is a nice deal. And yes it shoots further than my Strongarm! Powerful little thing, don't judge it by its size! 5It fits in the palm of your hand and is perfect for keeping in a pocket or in a desk ... This thing is very, very small. It fits in the palm of your hand and is perfect for keeping in a pocket or in a desk draw, because you never know when your friends or co-workers are going to strike! The Jolt shoots surprisingly hard and is a lot more accurate than I would have expected. And for $6, I don't know why you wouldn't get one just for fun.Note: When shooting, watch out for the side of your hand farthest from your thumb. The orange level that charges the gun can hit the side of your hand. This does NOT hurt at all, but will reduce the range and accuracy of your shot. 5HOLDS ONE PELLET AT A TIME. TINY. BLASTS A LONG WAY! This thing has some serious pop! Much more powerful than I would have expected in this tiny little handheld Nerf gun.My kids love chasing pellets when my husband shoots his large Nerf gun. Our little guy was begging for his own blaster for his 4th birthday. I got him this one, hoping that the small size would be easier for him to load and to shoot. While the size is fine for his little hands, the mechanism to load it is still a little too stiff and tricky for him to do solo. Probably more for a 6 or 7 year old. That's OK though...we have a blast doing it together.This blaster only holds one pellet at a time. You pull the plunger down (that's the stiff and tricky part), put the pellet in the chamber and it's ready to shoot. It easily shoots across the length of our living room and would go much farther. It's winter so we haven't tested it outside yet to see just how far it will go.This is pretty tiny. It would be a good stealth shooter. Since it only holds one 'round', it probably wouldn't be great for an epic Nerf blaster battle. But we've had a great time with it! 5Look no further! This is the nerf gun to buy! I have bought 5 of these total and they are by far the best. They have easy insertion of the bullets, easy cocking pull, and they shoot farther than the bigger guns. Whenever I have a child to buy for I always to to this, they are so fun to play with. I love shooting them at targets or buying the suction cup darts and getting them to stick to the windows. It is compact and super easy to operate making it the best gun to buy. 5Great toy Nice cheap single shot nerf gun. Not very accurate past 20 feet, but you can shoot the dart a good 40-50 feet no problem. 5
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Great hold-out Very high play value in this little blaster. It fits comfortably in the hand and shoots quite far and accurately. Good for a hold-out blaster in a Nerf war, but small and simple enough to be suitable for anyone. It performs well but a shot from this won't sting like a shot from a larger blaster (still capable of knocking valuables over, though).When not primed, the Jolt takes up about as much space as a Reflex, but when primed, the Jolt is still smaller than anything but the Secret Strike. Large hands can palm it.You can find this blaster in a pretty wide spectrum of looks and colors, but they all perform the same. They're somewhat moddable but work just fine out of the box. All this is true for anything using a Jolt for its internals, too (e.g. the Modulus blaster stock).If you want more performance and firepower for a similar price, check out the Triad. But if you want the smallest or cheapest 'good' blaster, the Jolt is it.I recommend this blaster! 4Unexpected cat toy got this for a "Nerf War" among cousins. Last time, I got Nerf machine guns and was finding Nerf darts in plants, light fixtures and on top of tall furniture for the next year. This time, they had to hunt down their ammo to reload. But here's the best part: our cat LOVES this Nerf pistol. She actually likes you to shoot at her so she can jump out of the way, then chase the dart. She doesn't like the bigger sound of the Nerf machine guns, but the relatively small "puff" from this Blaster brings her running for a romp. Obviously, all cats are different and this may scare some or leave others totally unaffected, but as far as our rescue kitty is concerned, this was her favorite Christmas present. 5It is a favorite amoung my boys during Nerf Wars at our house Nerf N-Strike Jolt Blaster comes with two darts and lots of power. Don't let its compact size fool you. This little gun can shoot really far with lots of power behind it. It is a favorite amoung my boys during Nerf Wars at our house. The boys like to call it "The Noisy Cricket", like the little gun on Men in Black. All the umph comes from its racking mechanism built into the butt of the gun. Even my six year old can easily use this gun, hence its popularity in our house. We own three or four of these now, and we will buy more as needed. 5Lots of distance for a dart gun, grip short enough large hands may get pinched by mechanism upon firing. Wow! Better distance than I ever thought possible from such a little thing. I got this for the kids to mess around with in the yard, and thought this 'cheap little' dart gun would be a good start for them, to see if they had fun without destroying anything.The gun works very well, shooting a soft dart as far or farther than out of any dart gun I have used. In fact, I think it might have about as much range as the old dart gun I used to have (back in the days when lawn darts were considered a fun family game), the one that shot the darts with the hard plastic shaft, and suction cup. However, this one shoots darts with a soft rubber (non-marking) tip, and a foam rubber body, making it much less likely to do any harm to anything or anyone. While it still has the rainbow trajectory you expect from a child's dart gun, our house isn't long enough one end to the other to be safe from it. I can literally hide clear in the back of the house, watching through opened doorways, and dart my wife, clear at the other end of the house, which I paced off to be a bit over 40 feet away. You have to aim high, but it gets there with a little distance to spare.To load, you insert the dart ALL the way in (very important, as the tighter you get it to 'bottom out' the more range you get).Pull down on the little T shaped cocking handle until it goes 'click', and you are ready to go.I know this is just a kid's toy, but for its small size, I am still impressed with its range. No idea on durability, other than it seems on par with other toys of its type that you find these days, and it is working without a hitch so far.My one complaint hinges on its small size, and that is if you are a man that wears size Large or bigger gloves, be aware that the cocking handle jumps upward, into the butt of the handle when you pull the trigger, and can pinch your pinkie finger if you are not careful. Not enough to hurt anyone, but it does sting a little, enough to get your attention. Not a big deal, after it happened to me a couple times, I learned to keep my fingers clear, but annoying enough I knocked it down to 4 stars. For someone with average sized hands or smaller (like a kid) it would not be an issue. 4In the Words of an 8 Year Old Nerf Addict As dictated by an 8 Year Old Nerf Addict:Five stars because it is very good.It's a very good single shooter.Fits in most pants pockets.It's very simple to load, the priming bar is on the bottom, so you just pull the bar on the handle.If you're an adult the handle may be a little small for you, but for a kid it won't be bad if you're the average size for playing Nerf.It's a good gun for a beginner Nerf Player, because it is inexpensive so you can try Nerf without a lot of money.It's very good for the price, Very good for the size.Shoots pretty powerful. Probably about 35 feet.To small for any tactical rail.Pretty good for backup. Fits in the the bandolier belt and the tactical vest.Kinda like the Mega Big Shock.One of my favorite secondary guns. If you have an arsenal and want a single shooter I recommend it.It's not the best Nerf Gun, or the worst, for it's size it's one of the best.Works Great for a side arm. But if there is a lot of people in the battle you may not want a single shooter for back up.For a cheap secondary it can't be beat, but you could also upgrade to larger weapon (for more money) like a Strongarm, or a Hammershot.The cons are that the handle is kind of bumpy. It has holes for your fingers but that is not very comfortable, but it isn't to bad. Since you use it more for back up it doesn't matter. Since it's your secondary, and you don't use it a lot it doesn't matter that much if it isn't very comfortable. 5Big distance in a small blaster! Small but powerful! Fits in your pocket no problem, great for a sneak attack! I'm a 25 year old man and I have bigger than average hands and I was so surprised that it is very comfortable to hold, so big hand people don't be discouraged! At the price it is a nice deal. And yes it shoots further than my Strongarm! Powerful little thing, don't judge it by its size! 5It fits in the palm of your hand and is perfect for keeping in a pocket or in a desk ... This thing is very, very small. It fits in the palm of your hand and is perfect for keeping in a pocket or in a desk draw, because you never know when your friends or co-workers are going to strike! The Jolt shoots surprisingly hard and is a lot more accurate than I would have expected. And for $6, I don't know why you wouldn't get one just for fun.Note: When shooting, watch out for the side of your hand farthest from your thumb. The orange level that charges the gun can hit the side of your hand. This does NOT hurt at all, but will reduce the range and accuracy of your shot. 5HOLDS ONE PELLET AT A TIME. TINY. BLASTS A LONG WAY! This thing has some serious pop! Much more powerful than I would have expected in this tiny little handheld Nerf gun.My kids love chasing pellets when my husband shoots his large Nerf gun. Our little guy was begging for his own blaster for his 4th birthday. I got him this one, hoping that the small size would be easier for him to load and to shoot. While the size is fine for his little hands, the mechanism to load it is still a little too stiff and tricky for him to do solo. Probably more for a 6 or 7 year old. That's OK though...we have a blast doing it together.This blaster only holds one pellet at a time. You pull the plunger down (that's the stiff and tricky part), put the pellet in the chamber and it's ready to shoot. It easily shoots across the length of our living room and would go much farther. It's winter so we haven't tested it outside yet to see just how far it will go.This is pretty tiny. It would be a good stealth shooter. Since it only holds one 'round', it probably wouldn't be great for an epic Nerf blaster battle. But we've had a great time with it! 5Look no further! This is the nerf gun to buy! I have bought 5 of these total and they are by far the best. They have easy insertion of the bullets, easy cocking pull, and they shoot farther than the bigger guns. Whenever I have a child to buy for I always to to this, they are so fun to play with. I love shooting them at targets or buying the suction cup darts and getting them to stick to the windows. It is compact and super easy to operate making it the best gun to buy. 5Great toy Nice cheap single shot nerf gun. Not very accurate past 20 feet, but you can shoot the dart a good 40-50 feet no problem. 5
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