This blaster is sold exclusively in Europe.
The Stryfe CQ-10 is a re-release of the 2013 N-Strike Elite Stryfe. It looks very similar to the original, although some differences can be found in the grip, which is black instead of grey, and the battery cover, which is now blue instead of orange. Like its original counterpart, it is a semi-automatic clip system flywheel system blaster. It has two tactical rails and two strap points, and is compatible with barrel extensions and detachable shoulder stocks.
It advertises a firing range of up to eighty-eight feet (twenty-seven meters).
Images of the Stryfe CQ-10's packaging were leaked in February of 2018. Later, the BattleCamo Series Stryfe was released with the same accessories as the leaked image. This caused some to believe that the BattleCamo Series variant was the actual Stryfe CQ-10, and that the "CQ-10" label was dropped. However, the true Stryfe CQ-10 was later released under the N-Strike Elite series as a separate blaster.
- CQ most likely stands for "close quarters".
|N-Strike Elite blasters|
|2012||Hail-Fire • Rampage (Elite XD • 2019) • Retaliator (Elite XD) • Stockade (Elite XD)|
|2013||Alpha Trooper CS-12 • Firestrike (Elite XD) • RapidStrike CS-18 (Elite XD) • Rayven CS-18 • Rayven Stinger • Rough Cut 2x4 (Elite XD) • Spectre REV-5 • Strongarm (Elite XD) • Stryfe (Elite XD) • Triad EX-3 (Elite XD)|
|2014||Cam ECS-12 • Demolisher 2-In-1 • Rhino-Fire • Sidestrike|
|2015||Alpha Trooper CS-6 • CrossBolt • Jolt • SplitStrike|
|2016||BowStrike • Dual-Strike • HyperFire • PocketStrike • SharpFire • SnapFire • StratoBow|
|2017||Disruptor • RayvenFire|
|2018||Delta Trooper • Infinus • NanoFire • Scout MKII • Stryfe CQ-10 • Surestrike • SurgeFire|
|2019||Quadrant • Recon CQ-12 • Rukkus ICS-8 • Titan CS-50 • Trilogy DS-15|