— The AccuStrike Dart's tagline, as seen on its packaging
AccuStrike Darts are clip system-compatible darts that are similar to Elite Darts, with the main difference being the spiraled tip. This means they are backwards compatible with any blaster that is able to fire Elite Darts.
It features the use of a corkscrew spiraled head, which is designed to help them fly in a more straight horizontal direction. In theory, the darts are supposed to spin when fired. They are also balanced differently than standard Elite Darts and have a different weight distribution. Hasbro engineers apparently designed it to rely on drag to maintain its accuracy.
Unlike many other modern Nerf darts, the AccuStrike Dart has no "Deco" version so far as of December 2019.
|This is an official description from Hasbro.com. Please do not modify it. (view this product's listing)|
Kids can strike with confidence as they blast darts designed for accuracy! Part of the AccuStrike Series, this refill pack includes 75 Elite foam darts that are designed for greater accuracy. The darts are compatible with Nerf N-Strike Elite blasters (each sold separately).
Hasbro engineers reportedly spent over two years designing the AccuStrike Dart.
AccuStrike Darts have been with the following color schemes:
- N-Strike Elite (orange body and gray head)
- Rebelle (purple body and gray head)
- Connect 4 Blast! (blue body and yellow head)
- Connect 4 Blast! (blue body and red head)
AccuStrike Dart refill packs come in the following sizes:
|25 (includes 25 Elite Darts)||9.99 USD|
- Although they're referred to as a more accurate type of dart, accuracy and precision are not the same. Precision is how tight the grouping of projectiles are, while accuracy is how on-center the projectiles are. Because darts naturally fall in flight, AccuStrike Darts have more precision than accuracy at longer distances, but both accuracy and precision at shorter distances.
- This dart and the Suction Dart are the only two Elite Dart variants that have a different dart head.
- Some retailers denote them as Precision Darts.
- Liszewski, A. (2016-10-05). Nerf's New Accustrike Blasters Use Redesigned Darts For Improved Accuracy (Article). Gizmodo. Archived from the original on 2019-08-27. Retrieved on 2016-10-07.
- Greenwald, W. (2016-10-06). Hasbro's new Accustrike Nerf guns want you to be a sniper (Article). Geek. Archived from the original on 2017-01-29. Retrieved on 2016-10-07.
|Nerf ammunition typesCurrent|
|Darts||AccuStrike Dart • BattleCamo Dart • Doomlands Dart • Elite Dart • Elite 2.0 Dart • Fortnite Dart • GlowStrike Dart • Hyper Round (upcoming) • Impact Zone Dart • Mega Dart (AccuStrike • Fortnite) • Micro Dart • Sonic Screamer Dart • Star Wars Dart • Suction Dart • ULTRA Dart • Zombie Strike Dart|
|Other||24" arrow • Arrow • Elite Missile (Fortnite) • Foam Car • High-Impact Round (Edge Series • Overwatch) • XLR Disc|
|AccuStrike Series products|
|Accessories||AccuStrike Dart Refill Pack|
|Product sets||Precision Practice Set • Precision Strike Set • Targeting Set|