It comes packaged with eight Elite Darts and instructions.
The Rukkus features an auto-indexing clip system similar to the Battlescout ICS-10. However, unlike the Battlescout's clip, the clip is non-removable. The clip can hold up to eight darts. The blaster's priming slide is located on top of the blaster, and bears similarity to the Delta Trooper. The blaster also has slam fire.
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Load and fire fast with the Rukkus ICS-8 blaster! This Nerf N-Strike Elite blaster features an 8-dart clip that automatically indexes to the next dart. The clip stays attached to the blaster, making it fast and easy to reload, so that players can insert more darts without removing the clip. Load 8 darts into the front of the indexing clip, pump to prime, and pull the trigger to fire. With less time needed to reload, there's more time to play, so blast into action and raise a ruckus on the field! This blue and orange blaster includes 8 Elite darts designed for distance.
The Rukkus was first leaked and discovered online on September 4, 2018. It was shown off at the 2019 Toy Fair.
At some point during the production process, it was originally called the Marauder.
- It is the fourth N-Strike Elite era Nerf blaster to use a harmonical-style clip. The first was the Battlescout ICS-10, and the second is the Thunderhawk. The last one released in the same year is the Nailbiter.
- It is the second blaster to have "ICS" in its name. The first is the Battlescout ICS-10.
- It comes packaged with "Y" type Elite Darts.
|The full image gallery for Rukkus ICS-8 may be viewed at Rukkus ICS-8/Gallery.|
- NERF Official (2018-12-20). NERF Official | Behind the Scenes @ NERF HQ w/ Zach King | NERF Nation (Video). YouTube. Retrieved on 2022-03-19.