For the original iteration of the Hawk Eye, see Hawk Eye.
The 2018 Hawk Eye is an updated release of the Hawk Eye, with improvements to performance. It features a redesigned shell, which includes changes to the front muzzle and barrel area, and to the integrated shoulder stock, which now stores additional extra darts (four on top, and four on either side). When the blaster is fired, the stock retracts back into the shell slightly, and kicks backwards, creating a "recoil" effect.
It is a pump-action blaster which features a break-away barrel to load a dart in for firing; unlike other break-action blasters, like the Nerf Barrel Break IX-2 or the Buzz Bee Double Shot, the break-away barrel does not prime the blaster.
It advertises a firing range of up to eighty feet (twenty-four meters).
A later re-release of the 2018 Hawk Eye improved performance further, pushing it to an advertised firing range of up to ninety feet (twenty-seven meters).
- The Hawk Eye is erroneously listed as the Scope on the X-Shot website.
|2011||Dual • Sidewinder • Stealth • Thundershot • Turbo-Fire|
|2012||Stalker • Vigilante • Xcess|
|2016||Reflex Revolver TK-6|
|2017||Barrel Breaker TK-3 • Max Attack • Regenerator • Turbo Advance|
|2018||Fury 4 • Hawk Eye • MK 3 • Recoil • Reflex 6 • Vigilante • Xcess|
|2020||Crusher • Max Havoc • Omega • Quick-Slide|