The Phoenix is a small flywheel system blaster, similar to blasters such as the Stryfe. It is compatible with detachable barrel extensions and shoulder stocks, and has five tactical rails - two on top of the blaster, one on the bottom, and one on each side of the blaster. Batteries are loaded in the front of the blaster, similar to the Alpha Strike Flyte CS-10.
It advertises a firing range of up to ninety feet (twenty-seven meters).
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The Nerf Elite 2.0 Phoenix CS-6 motorized blaster has 5 tactical rails, a stock attachment point, and a barrel attachment point so you can customize it for each mission or battle. It fires 6 darts in a row from the included 6-dart clip. Hold down the acceleration button to power up the motor, then press the trigger to fire 1 dart at a time. Includes a removable scope. Includes 12 Official Nerf darts -- 6 darts to fill the clip, and 6 darts for backup firepower. Fires darts up to 90 feet (27 meters). Eyewear recommended. Stock, barrel extension, and eyewear not included. Batteries required (not included).
The Phoenix was first leaked via imageless listings online in early 2020. Later that year, images of the blaster began to surface.
- In the Phoenix's stock photo, the scope is attached on backwards.
- It may be considered a successor to the Stryfe, as both are battery-operated flywheel clip system blasters.
- The Phoenix is featured as a weapon in the Roblox game Nerf Strike.
- Much like the Turbine CS-18, the Phoenix can be fired with the jam door open as it lacks a safety lock.
|Elite 2.0 blasters|
|2020||Commander RD-6 • Echo CS-10 • Phoenix CS-6 • Shockwave RD-15 • Trio TD-3 • Turbine CS-18 • Volt SD-1 • Warden DB-8|
|2021||Ace SD-1 • Phoenix CS-10 • Quadfire QS-4 • Technician DB-2|
|2022||Eaglepoint RD-8 • Motoblitz CS-10 • Prospect QS-4 • Ranger PD-5 • Tetrad QS-4|