The SharpFire is a Nerf blaster that was released in spring of 2015 under the N-Strike series.

It comes packaged with a shoulder stock, a barrel extension, ten Elite Darts, and instructions.


The SharpFire is advertised as a "6-in-1 convertible blaster", due to its packaged accessories. It is a breech-loaded single-fire blaster that primes upon being loaded.

It features two sling points near the front of the blaster: one on the removable barrel extension and one on the blaster itself. With its shoulder stock attached, six extra darts can be stored; additionally, the stock can holster the blaster and be clipped onto a belt.

The SharpFire's stock can be attached to two holes located in the blaster's handle. One is located in the back, which is used for shoulder stock purposes, and another is located in the front, which is used for storage and holster purposes. A release button is included on the bottom of the handle to remove the shoulder stock.

It is only compatible with the barrel extension and shoulder stock packaged with it. The included shoulder stock has a hole in the back to store the barrel extension when not in use.

The dark grey trigger does not indicate weakened performance, as all SharpFire blasters include it. This version was released worldwide.

Official description


It was re-released in 2016 as the SharpFire Delta, sans barrel extension and shoulder stock. In fall of the same year, the SharpFire was re-categorized under the N-Strike Elite line along with new box art.


The SharpFire is commonly given a brass barrel and breech replacement; an additional layer of brass in the barrel will create an air-tight seal, thus improving performance vastly.


  • Other blasters that have been advertised as being multiple blasters in one include the Recon CS-6, the Retaliator, the Demolisher 2-In-1, and the Deploy CS-6.
  • The detachable stock and barrel are not compatible with any other blaster other than the SharpFire Delta.
  • On some stock SharpFire blasters, the detachable stock, when holstered, can be removed without using the release button. The release button is automatically pushed up when the detachable stock is attached on the front in some cases, allowing a simple stock removal, and the inability to use the release button when the stock is holstered.
  • Despite advertising having only six different combinations, the SharpFire actually has eight.
  • With the stock removed and the barrel attached, the SharpFire is somewhat reminiscent of the NES Zapper accessory.


The full image gallery for SharpFire may be viewed at SharpFire/Gallery.

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