Modification of clips is uncommon, as clips cannot be opened up without force that runs the risk of breaking them.
The clip's plastic follower can be cut down to decrease its thickness, allowing for the clip to hold one more dart than its original capacity.
Other times, Nerfers may combine clips together, such as combining a six dart clip with another six dart clip to make a makeshift twelve dart clip. In some clips, such as an eighteen dart clip, Nerfers may chisel out plastic on the left side so they can see darts loaded when they are right-handed. By drilling a hole into the retainer of the clip, and then putting a guide rod, the clip can load Stefans more properly.
Clip system clips
These clips are compatible with all clip system blasters.
These clips are only compatible with the blaster they were originally packaged in with. The majority of these clips are discontinued.
|Five dart clip||1995||Sawtooth|
|Four dart clip||1997||Electric Eel|
|Battlescout clip||2016||Battlescout ICS-10|
Clip system clips
These clips are compatible with most Buzz Bee clip system blasters.
|Eight dart clip||2015|
|Twenty dart clip||2015|
|Ten dart clip||2017|
These clips are only compatible with the blaster they were originally packaged with.
|Six shell clip||2005||Rapid Fire Tek / Clip Tek|
|Ten dart clip||2012||Cougar|
|Three dart clip||2015||Air Max blasters|
|Twelve dart clip||2015||Air Max blasters|
- All Nerf-branded clip system clips feature one small divot on each of their feed lips. These attach to small nubs found on places such as the Longshot CS-6's clip storage or the Storage Stock to keep the clip from falling.
- Many modern clips feature a set of rubber paddings on their bottom corners. These were most likely added to prevent damage of the clip if it were dropped on a hard surface (or to prevent damage done to anything that the clip may drop on).
- Some 2011 Super Soaker blasters use a similar reloading system with an accessory called the water clip. It functions much like a regular clip, but holds water instead of darts.
- Most clips can fit at least one more dart than advertised as able to do so, but this makes them more prone to jamming.
- Although marketed under the name "clip", the Nerf clip system clips are technically magazines by definition. A clip is used to feed a magazine or revolving cylinder, while a magazine or a belt is used to load rounds into the chamber. Magazines typically have followers; a small, spring-loaded plate that advances rounds into the chamber.
- The Magstrike clip and the Battlescout clip are true clips, as they do not have a spring-assisted follower.
- Interestingly, the name "magazine" is given correctly to RIVAL magazines and Vortex magazines, perhaps due to being newer lines.
- ↑ Drifting gambler mods (2016-08-07). Nerf Modulus ECS-10 Clipazine mod. (This changes everything!!!!) YouTube.com.
- ↑ ModWorks Singapore (2011-11-17). Stefan Compatible 18-Dart Clip - Mod Guide! ModWorks.Blogspot.com.
- ↑ Nerf_Dart_Tag_Magstrike@_Firestrike.pdf Hasbro.com.
|Blaster accessories||Barrel extension • Detachable shoulder stock • Flip-up sight • Scope • Shield|
|Ammunition accessories||Ammo rail • Belt • Chain • Clip • Drum • Magazine (XLR Disc • High-Impact Round) • Shell|