The Centerfire Tech Electronic Scope is an electronic Nerf scope accessory that was released in 2012 under the Vortex series. It requires two "AAA" batteries to be operated.

It comes packaged with the Nitron and cannot be purchased separately.


The Centerfire Tech Electronic Scope can be attached to any blaster via tactical rail. Unlike other scopes, it features lights built into it, giving it a futuristic appearance. If the scope is left on for ten minutes, it will automatically power off to save battery life.

The aiming window contains three panes of clear material with trapezoids etched into them. Each pane has a set of LED lights that make the etched trapezoids light up. Each trapezoid is widest at the top and is sequentially smaller than the last, which allows a user to align and aim a shot.

The scope has three light settings that can be used to target an opponent: Slow Tracking, Fast Tracking, and All On. The "tracking" modes are simply sequential LED flashes that make the trapezoids appear to close in on the center of the scope at various speeds.

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