You must admit- it was awesome to see the Longstrike CS-6 and the Deploy CS-6 released earlier in the spring. It was exciting to see two new Nerf guns added to the armory. Of course, we all know that the 9/9/10 blaster will be released in September, but what about summer? Well, we have your answer- all you have to do is read on.
NERF CLEAR SERIES
First up- Nerf is releasing a series of new clear blasters, including clear versions of the Recon CS-6, Raider CS-35, Deploy CS-6, Nite Finder EX-3, and re-releasing the clear Maverick REV-6. Here are some images of the blasters:
However, these blasters will be available for a limited time only, so they will quickly become extremely rare! It has also been confirmed that these blasters will be released “to lead up to” the 9/9/10 gun.
BARREL BREAK, SPECTRE, AND ALPHA TROOPER
As well as the Clear Series, three other, completely new Nerf guns will be released sometime during the summer. The Barrel Break IX-2, the Spectre REV-5, and the Alpha Trooper CS-18.
Barrel Break IX-2
The Barrel Break IX-2 is a double barrel gun, which will fire two shots simultaneously. It will use Sonic Micro darts, and also comes with a special Tactical Rail accessory that can hold up to 8 extra darts. The Barrel Break will be available in August, exclusively to Toys ‘R’ Us.
The Spectre REV-5 will be the first revolver blaster in a long time, and will probably be the coolest. It comes with two accesories: A folding stock (not retractable, folding) and a silencer-like barrel attachment. It, like the Barrel Break, will use Sonic Micro darts. It will be available sometime in October, possibly as a Wal-Mart exclusive.
Alpha Trooper CS-18
The Alpha Trooper CS-18 is, as you might expect, a Clip-System gun. But instead of using the normal 6-shot clip, it utilizes an all-new 18-shot drum mag. It also has a pump grip, a tactical rail, and although it doesn’t come with an actual stock, it has a stock attachment. From the picture, we can see that it does not have a way to attach barrels. We know this gun is coming, but the date is unknown. It will be a Target exclusive gun.
All of these guns have been confirmed, and will come out. However, their specs may not stay the same. They may be subject to change, so we’ll try to keep you posted on the latest updates for these guns.
This is Joshua Frenn, signing off.