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It comes packaged with the Magstrike, Stark Industries N.R.F. 425 Blaster and the Magstrike AS-10; two come with the original Dart Tag version; one comes with the N-Strike re-release, as well as the Iron Man promotional blaster. It cannot be purchased separately.
The Magstrike clip is an orange clip that holds up to ten Micro Darts at a time. In the front of the clip are ten holes lined up vertically for darts to go into. A dart peg is located in each front hole. When the blaster is fired, the clip slides upwards so darts can be shot.
An occasional problem with the Magstrike clip is that it will drop back into the blaster suddenly, causing unneeded air releases. At one point in time the clip could be ordered from Hasbro, however this offer has since expired.
It is very similar in design and function to the PowerClip's built in clip. In fact, with minor modification it is entirely possible for the Magstrike clip to be compatible with a PowerClip. Unlike the PowerClip's clip, however, it can be removed and used on another Magstrike.
- Some fans have created their own extension of the clip due to the lack of a larger-capacity clip being available.
- Despite the Magstrike clip functioning as a proper clip (as opposed to clip system clips), packaging and instructions for the Magstrike referred to it as a magazine.
- The 2019 ICON Series Magstrike is compatible with this clip, despite coming packaged with a slightly different variation.
- ↑ Eclipse (2011-01-05). Nerf N-Strike Magstrike AS-10- Review (Article/Review). Nerfing Down Under. Archived from the original on 2016-03-31. Retrieved on 2015-08-23. “And unlike Titan missiles, you can go to Hasbro and say that you lost your Magstrike clip and they will send you one. For a fee.”
- ↑ Pocket. Esq. (2010-11-02). Retro: Nerf Powerclip DX1000 (Article/Review). Urban Taggers. Archived from the original on 2016-03-31. Retrieved on 2015-08-23.
- ↑ nerfnerd88 (2009-02-13). The 2nd Powerclip Write Up. (Forum thread). NerfHaven. Archived from the original on 2017-07-24. Retrieved on 2015-08-23.
- ↑ Captain Slug (2006-10-03). Magstrike 20 (Forum thread). NerfHavel. Archived from the original on 2018-09-24. Retrieved on 2014-07-21.
- ↑ Nerf_Dart_Tag_Magstrike@_Firestrike.pdf (PDF). Hasbro. Retrieved on 2018-08-11. Nerf_Dart_Tag_Magstrike@_Firestrike.pdf Hasbro.com.
|Nerf ammunition holdersDiscontinued|
|Clips||Eighteen dart clip • Five dart clip • Firefly Tech clip • Four dart clip • Magstrike clip • Six dart clip (N-Strike Mega)|
|Drums||Eighteen dart drum|
|Vortex magazines||Firefly Tech magazine • Twenty disc magazine|
|Other||Eight dart chain • Fifteen dart chain • SledgeFire shell • Twelve dart chain • Twenty-five dart belt • Vulcan ammo box|