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Quickfire Sniper can be split into the following articles: Quickfire Sniper, Destroyer XL
It comes packaged with a scope, a barrel extension, a detachable shoulder stock, a six dart clip, six Quickfire Darts, and instructions.
The Quickfire Sniper is a clip-fed blaster similar to that of the 2010 Nerf N-Strike Longstrike CS-6. It advertises three different blaster "modes" on the back of the packaging: Short Range Mode, Long Range Mode, and Expert Mode; modes do not affect how the blaster is fired or its performance. Two clips can be stored in the shoulder stock if it is attached. There is a rail on the top of the faux magazine, and another on top of the carry handle.
The Destroyer XL re-release of the Quickfire Sniper added a breech-loading opening on the right side of the blaster.
The Quickfire Sniper and its included clip are not compatible with Nerf darts, due to their length.
It advertises a firing range of up to thirty feet (nine meters).
The Quickfire Sniper was re-released as the Quick Fire Sharp Shooter with an alternate, gray color scheme.
A later re-release featured a white color scheme. This would later be re-released again as the Destroyer XL when the Air Zone brand changed its name to Stats Blast; this re-release had alternate names for different languages, including the Destructor XL and the Carabine XL.
The Quickfire Sniper has been released in the following color schemes:
- Quickfire Sniper (blue, yellow, gray, and orange)
- Quickfire Sniper/Destroyer XL (white, gray, red, and orange)
- Quick Fire Sharp Shooter (dark gray, white, red, and orange)
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