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Not to be confused with the 2004 Dart Tag blaster of a similar name.

The HyperFire is a Nerf blaster that was released in fall of 2016 under the N-Strike Elite series. It requires four "D" batteries to be operated.

It comes packaged with a twenty-five dart drum, twenty-five Elite Darts, and instructions.


The HyperFire is a fully-automatic flywheel clip system blaster. It features an integrated shoulder stock and a grip located in front of the clip well. It has a single tactical rail above the front end of the blaster and has four strap points: two on the front end, and two on the back, built into the stock.

Unlike most flywheel blasters, it uses a conveyor system to feed darts into the flywheels, rather than a pusher mechanism. This conveyor system has a faster rate of fire than a pusher mechanism; despite this, it is known to jam on old, worn darts if there is not enough grip from the belt to drive the dart into the flywheels.[citation needed] It also has canted flywheels which induce a rifling effect on fired darts, increasing accuracy.[citation needed]

It advertises a firing range of up to ninety feet (twenty-seven meters), and a rate of fire of up to five darts per second.

Official description

Value packs

The HyperFire was released in a Costco exclusive value pack that included the blaster, two twenty-five dart drums, fifty Elite Darts, and instructions.


  • It is thought to be a successor to the N-Strike Elite RapidStrike CS-18, given the similarities in fully-automatic firing and clip loading. However, the HyperFire has a very different design and a larger included clip.
  • The HyperFire has the highest advertised rate of fire of any current N-Strike Elite blaster - five darts per second. Tests have proved it to be possibly higher.[citation needed]


The full image gallery for HyperFire may be viewed at HyperFire/Gallery.

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