This thing just went up 30 pounds from £29.99 to £59.99 on Looks like it's finally going from the UK as well D: 

Witty Englishman 21:17, January 21, 2013 (UTC)

This is very interesting... I actually saw the rare Longshot in Toys R Us last December. So I changed the template into 'Limited stock'. Then I saw it said 'Discontinued' on the Longshot Front Blaster page, so I removed the template, but then JetCell put it back! I did it again, but it was reverted.

Seriously, is it discontinued or not?

REALNerfNinja6 (talk) 07:54, March 24, 2013 (UTC)

From an email I received from Hasbro sometime last year:

Response Via Email (XXX) 09/12/2012 02:19 PM

Hello XXX,

Thank you for contacting Hasbro in regards to the Hasbro listing on Amazon. I will be happy to help you.

First, the Nerf Longstrike CS-6 is not a discontinued item. The Nerf Longshot is a discontinued item. They may have that confused on the site.

Also, if Hasbro does discontinue an item, you will more than likely see them for sale in stores because they need to sell off the inventory they have in stock. Discontinued just means that Hasbro will not be making anymore of the item.

I hope that helps answer your question. Have a fun day!

Jet [TalkContributions] 17:21, March 24, 2013 (UTC)

nstrike long shot blue

i would like to corect somthing here it is no longer in stores in canada and the blue one comes with two yellow clips i know this because iownd one a few years ago man i miss that thing hey if any one knows were i can buy one still in un opend origenal packigeing send me an email at 

Japanese name

Hey, I heard this has a different name in Japan. What is it? BOOM against MMMMMM!!! (talk) 19:44, October 7, 2013 (UTC)

True but false. Stuff like the Deploy have a different name too. The reason why I asked is because you left a message on Bluedragon's talk page saying all the ones with different names in Japan, and the Longshot was there. BOOM against MMMMMM!!! (talk) 15:07, October 8, 2013 (UTC)