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It cannot be purchased in retail stores. The only way to obtain it is through second-hand websites and stores.
This is an article about the N-Strike Elite Rayven CS-18. For other uses, see Rayven.
The Rayven is a medium-sized bullpup blaster that has been updated from its original counterpart to feature long-distance performance. It is much stronger and louder than the original.
It features two tactical rails: one on top of the blaster's integrated carrying handle and the other on the right side of the blaster. It is compatible with barrel extensions, despite not being packaged with one. The blaster also features four attachment points for a sling or a Bandolier Strap: two above the muzzle and one each at the upper and lower corners of the rear stock.
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Are you ready for some serious action in the shadows? You will be with this glow-in-the-dark Nerf N-Strike Elite Rayven CS-18 Blaster! The acceleration trigger on this 18-dart blaster lets you fire off your whole clip with semi-automatic speed. But the Rayven CS-18 blaster also has the Firefly Tech clip to add glow-in-the-dark power! The clip charges the included glow-in-the-dark Clip System darts so that every round you fire can be seen, even in low-light conditions! Watch your darts streak toward your target and follow their glow to collect them when the mission is done. Like most N-Strike blasters, the Tactical Rail lets you add Tactical Rail accessories (sold separately) for more battle capability. Power up your Nerf N-Strike Elite Rayven CS-18 Blaster and get ready to take out your targets, even after the lights go down!Glow-in-the-dark semi-auto blasting!
It is the direct successor of the N-Strike Rayven CS-18.
Another re-release of the blaster was released in 2013, called the Rayven Stinger.
- The Rayven CS-18 is the third Nerf blaster to have a bullpup design, with the first being the Firefly REV-8, and the second being the N-Strike Rayven CS-18.
- If one were to load the darts in a clip for the Rayven backwards (opposite of what the clip says), it would fire with the same velocity as if the dart were pointing in the right direction without modification of the blaster. This practice is arguably good for quicker clip refills, but promotes laziness and decreases accuracy.
- It may be slightly difficult to remove the Recon or Retaliator barrel extension from the Rayven.
- Due to the shape and size of the blaster, the Rayven CS-18 can easily be dual-wielded. However, dual-reloading in combat could be difficult without practice and attached slings.