For the original model of the Double Shot, see Double Shot.
|This product has been discontinued.|
It cannot be purchased in retail stores. The only way to obtain it is through second-hand websites and stores.
Similar to its original iteration, the Double Shot is a break-action dart blaster. It is loaded by shells, which eject out when it is opened back up to be loaded again. It features a two-step firing trigger - the user can pull it halfway to fire a single dart, or all the way to fire both loaded darts at once. Its two barrels are aligned vertically, rather than horizontally. The blaster also features a compartment in its integrated shoulder stock, where two additional shells can be stored.
It advertises a firing range of up to thirty feet (nine meters).
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Outside of the United States, the Double Shot was released under the Ruff Stuff Air Blasters series, rather than Air Warriors.
It was re-released twice under the Air Warriors series, both times with new color schemes and boosted firing range.
The Double Shot has been released with the following color schemes:
|Air Warriors blasters|
|2010||Air Tek 8 • Hawk • Hunter|
|2011||Automatic 20 • Belt Blaster • Berserker • Blow Blaster • Double Shot • Maniac • Mech 12 • Pirate Blaster • RADS 12 • Surge 6 • Surge 10 • Tek 3 • Tek 4 • Tek 6 • Tek 10 • Tetra-Strike • Torrent • Turbo 12|
|2012||Cougar • Jaguar • Overlord • Rapid Fire Tek • Rogue|
|2013||Auto Tek 20 • Side Winder • Tek 5|
|2015||GunSmoke • Power Bow • Predator • Sonic 6 • Vampire Hunter|
|2017||Barbarian • Carnivore • Decimator • Eradicator • Merlin • Monorail Blaster • Rail Raider • Sentry • Stryker Force • Tactical Storm • Thermal Hunter • Thermal Zenith • Zenith|
|2018||Covert Squad • Demolisher • Reaper|