Not to be confused with the Sneak Attack Super Soaker.

The Sneak Attacker is a Nerf blaster that was released in fall of 2013 under the Rebelle series.

It comes packaged in the Power Pair blaster set. It is also packaged in single blaster packages that come with two Collectible Darts and instructions.


The Sneak Attacker is similar in concept to the Dart Tag Stinger or an armored Jolt EX-1, with it being a small, pocket-sized blaster with its priming handle being parallel with the length of the blaster. Due to its small size, it does not feature a tactical rail. It has spaces along the top to store two extra darts.[1]

It advertises a firing range of up to sixty-five feet (nineteen meters).

Official description


The Sneak Attacker was to originally be released as the Wish Shot, according to early reports at the 2013 Toy Fair. Like many Rebelle products, though, the name changed sometime before launch.

The blaster was re-released with numerous names and color schemes, while still retaining its original internals. Notable is the 2015 Remix re-release as the Improv.

Color schemes

The Sneak Attacker has been released with the following color schemes:

  • Sneak Attacker (white, black, pink, and purple, with swirl decals)
  • Sneak Attacker (white, black, pink, and purple, with wing decals)
  • Angel Aim (aqua blue, black, pink, neon green, and orange, with star decals)
  • Cool Camo (pink, black, mint green, and orange, with camoflague decals)
  • Femme Fire (pink, black, purple, and orange, with floral decals)
  • Pretty Paisley (purple, black, dark purple, and orange, with floral decals)
  • Rockin' Roses (white, black, purple, red, and orange, with rose decals)
  • Starring Role (white, black, dark purple, pink, and orange, with Rebelle decals)
  • Remix Improv (white, black, magenta and purple, with "Glitzbits" pegboard)


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


  1. YouTube logo Atamaii Dolls (2013-03-01). NERF Rebelle Guns for Girls Toy Fair Preview (Video). YouTube. Retrieved on 2013-06-07.

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