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The Battlescout ICS-10 is an indexing clip system Nerf blaster that was released in fall of 2016 under the N-Strike Modulus series. It requires four "AA" batteries for its camera accessory to be operated.

It comes packaged with a camera, a clip, ten Elite Darts, and instructions.[1]

Details

The Battlescout ICS-10 features an indexing clip that holds up to ten darts at a time. This clip auto-advances when the blaster's front handle is pushed forward. The blaster features attachment points for both detachable shoulder stocks and barrel extensions. It also has one tactical rail and two strap points: one on the back-end above the shoulder stock point and one built into the handle.

While its design suggests that it may be able to slam fire, it cannot.

The Battlescout fires significantly weaker than average N-Strike Elite firing ranges. [citation needed] Oddly, it ejects the clip after firing the last dart.

Official description

History

The Battlescout was officially announced in January of 2016, prior to the Toy Fair of the same year. Later in an unknown year, the Battlescout was re-released on Amazon; this re-release lacks the camera.

Color schemes

The Battlescout ICS-10 has been released with the following color schemes:

Trivia

  • The Battlescout is the only blaster with an ICS code that has an intentionally removable clip.
  • The Battlescout is the second Nerf blaster to feature or come packaged with a camera. The first was the N-Strike Elite Cam ECS-12, which featured a built-in camera instead of a camera accessory.
  • Some retailer websites, including the Nerf website, denote the blaster as the Recon Battlescout.

Gallery

The full image gallery for Battlescout ICS-10 may be viewed at Battlescout ICS-10/Gallery.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Mindemann, P. (2016-01-26). Introducing the Nerf N-Strike Modulus Battlescout ICS-10 (Article). Nerf.About.com. Archived from the original on 2016-03-31. Retrieved on 2016-01-26.

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