|This product has been discontinued.|
It cannot be purchased in retail stores. The only way to obtain it is through second-hand websites and stores.
It comes packaged with two arrows.
The Stalker is an bow-style arrow blaster, similar to Nerf's Big Bad Bow. A barrel piece, that comes detached in packaging, can be removed to make the blaster more compact for storage. Its faux bow arms are also removable.
After being fired, the Stalker requires its priming mechanism to be pushed forward.
The Stalker was first announced in late 2011, alongside the Xcess and Vigilante. The only notable difference between the finalized Stalker and the prototype Stalker is the absence of bow strings on the prototype model.
It would be re-released a number of times, including the X-Shot Excel, X-Shot Zombie, and X-Shot Girl series. The X-Shot Girl release would be given a different name - the Artemis. It was also re-released under the Air Zone line in some markets as the X Shot Stalker.
The Stalker has been released in the following color schemes:
- X-Shot (green, black, and yellow)
- X-Shot Zombie (white, black, and yellow)
- X-Shot Excel (yellow, blue, and orange)
While modification for this blaster has largely not surfaced, it is likely quite easy to remove the bow arms, making the blaster much more compact. Air restrictor removal is probably quite easy to complete as well, with more advanced modifications such as converting the blaster to fire darts also being possible.
|The full image gallery for Stalker may be viewed at Stalker/Gallery.|
|2011||Dual • Sidewinder • Stealth • Thundershot • Turbo-Fire|
|2012||Stalker • Vigilante • Xcess|
|2016||Reflex Revolver TK-6|
|2017||Barrel Breaker TK-3 • Max Attack • Regenerator • Turbo Advance|
|2018||Fury 4 • Hawk Eye • MK 3 • Recoil • Reflex 6 • Vigilante • Xcess|
|2020||Crusher • Max Havoc • Omega • Quick-Slide|