Alpha Strike blasters are intended to be sold inexpensively in order to make Nerf accessible to everyone. Unlike other series, most of blasters under the Alpha Strike line do not feature any sort of accessory attachment points, such as tactical rails, stock attachment points, or barrel extension points (with the exception of newer blasters such as the Hammerstorm). Alpha Strike blasters with accessories such as scopes and shoulder stocks are non-removable and integrated into the shell. Additionally, most blasters are assembled with plastic tabs; no screws are used externally in order to reduce cost. The plastic has also been reported to be lighter and lower quality than other Nerf blasters . All of the blasters in this series have been designed to have extremely simple operation, with a limited number of moving parts, and no batteries.
The blasters features a yellow and orange color scheme, similar to that of the classic N-Strike color scheme. The series also bears a striking resemblance to Zuru's X-Shot brand of dart blasters, incorporating many similar features and blaster designs.
The Alpha Strike series was leaked online in January of 2019. It was later found on shelves in stores in Hong Kong, and subsequently on British toy websites.
Alpha Strike products
- Coop772 (2019-07-10). [REVIEW] Nerf Alpha Strike Series (Video). Retrieved on 2019-07-15.
|Official||Alpha Strike • Assembler Gear • DinoSquad (upcoming) • Doomlands 2169 • Elite 2.0 • GlowStrike • Laser Ops • Nerf Sports • Nitro • N-Strike • N-Strike Elite • N-Strike Mega • N-Strike Modulus • Power Moves • RIVAL • ULTRA • Vortex • Web Shots • Zombie Strike|
|Sub-series||AccuStrike Series • BattleCamo Series • Camo Series • Challenge • Dude Perfect • Edge Series • Ghost Ops • ICON Series • Impact Zone • Laser Ops Classic • Micro Shots • Phantom Corps • Survival System • Vortex VTX|
|Other||BUNKR • Promotional products • Nerf Dog|