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For the N-Strike Elite fifty dart drum, see Fifty dart drum (N-Strike Elite).
As its name suggests, the fifty dart drum would have been able to hold up to fifty Streamline Darts at a time; if it was released, it would have been the largest capacity drum ever. Due to complications with the drum and the inability to acquire the patent in time, it has not been produced or released by Nerf and cannot be obtained.
- Considering they were able to make a photo of it for the box art and store display, a prototype or at least a model must have existed at some point.
- On the last level of N-Strike Data Defense, the player of the game is able to have a view of the back of the drum. The game states it has a capacity of a hundred darts.
- The instructions for the Stampede on Hasbro's website oddly enough is for the proposed "Stampede ECS-50", rather than the Stampede ECS with an eighteen dart clip.