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Not to be confused with the 2015 Rebelle Secret Shot.

The Secret Shot is a Nerf blaster that was released in 1995 under the Nerf Action series.

It comes packaged with three Micro Darts.


The Secret Shot is a simple single-fire blaster with a surprise attack function. Its main feature is having a secondary, hidden barrel in the handle, which darts can be fired from. The ammunition holder atop the blaster is used to switch between barrels. When the holder is on its side position, the blaster fires out of the handle instead of the main barrel. Both barrels are reverse barrels; nothing touches the outside of the dart, and the pressurized air goes through the hollow post and propels the dart from the inside.

Although the blaster is intended to fire Micro Darts, it is said to be able to also fire Mega Darts.[2]

The dart posts have an outside diameter of 0.25".


The Secret Shot was succeeded by the 1999 AirJet Power Secret Shot II. This blaster used the secret barrel technique again, although it was air-powered and used Mega Darts instead of Micro Darts.


  • Due to how darts are loaded into the Secret Shot, darts with tight fits onto its peg will be damaged after being fired.
  • Contrary to its appearance, the trigger can only be pulled, not pushed.



  1. Secret Shot(TM) (Review). Nerf Reviewed!. Archived from the original on 2016-03-31. Retrieved on 2014-02-22.
  2. Kent Sutherland. Gun Reviews: Basic Action (Review). Nerf Land. Archived from the original on 2000-03-25. Retrieved on 2014-06-02.