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The Flyte CS-10 is a clip system Nerf blaster that was released in spring of 2020 under the Alpha Strike series. It requires four "AA" batteries to be operated.

It comes packaged with a ten dart clip, twenty Elite Darts, and instructions.

It is a Walmart exclusive in the United States.

Details

The Flyte CS-10 is a semi-automatic clip system blaster, similar to that of the N-Strike Elite Stryfe. It features two sling-attachment points near the front of the blaster. The front of the Flyte is a barrel extension point which features no divot for a locking bead, meaning that larger barrels may wobble around when moving the blaster.

A single tactical rail is located on the top of the Flyte, alongside a jam door. A single clip can be loaded beneath through the clip well and can be removed by pressing the clip release inside the trigger guard. The Flyte is compatible with other N-Strike clips. The clip well is very shallow, and clips will partially stick out of the well.

The four "AA" batteries can be loaded in the grip on the front of the blaster, which can easily be opened without needing to detach any screws.

Official description

History

The Flyte CS-10 was first leaked in mid-2019 in the form of BrickSeek listings, alongside the Talon and SMG-E. A year later in February of 2020, the Flyte was spotted on store shelves in several Walmart locations. In May of 2021, a blue color version was released.

Color schemes

The Flyte CS-10 has been released with the following color schemes:

  • Yellow, black and orange.
  • Blue, black and orange.

Trivia

  • The Flyte is the first Alpha Strike blaster to use a proper N-Strike number code. However, similar to other blasters, its name should technically be "Flyte ECS-10", due to it being battery-operated.
  • The Flyte and the Hammerstorm are the first and so far only Alpha Strike blasters to feature attachment points of any sort.
  • The Flyte is the first flywheel-powered Alpha Strike blaster.
    • It is also the first clip system Alpha Strike blaster.
    • It is the only motorized blaster in the Alpha Strike series so far.
  • The Alpha Strike logo is absent from this blaster.

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