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Not to be confused with Titan AS-V.1.
The Titan CS-50 is a fully automatic flywheel blaster. It acts much like the RIVAL Prometheus MXVIII-20K, with two inverted handles, and an acceleration trigger. It has a long barrel with a cylindrical shape. It has one tactical rail above the muzzle and two strap points, one built into the trigger handle and the other above the blaster's barrel. The battery compartment is located on the right side of the blaster, at the back. The firing trigger is located at the top of the handle, and has a trigger cover that must be flipped up for access to the trigger.
The barrel rotates as the blaster's flywheels accelerate.
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Take on targets with the power and size of a giant with Nerf Elite Titan CS-50 toy blaster! This colossal blaster is fully motorized for rapid-fire dart-blasting and boasts a huge 50-dart drum to unleash a massive, 50-dart storm. It includes 50 Official Nerf Elite darts, enough to fully load the drum. Power up the motor and pull the trigger to pepper the playing field with a deluge of darts. The barrel spins as the blaster unleashes its darts to send opponents running for cover. Use the included shoulder strap to carry blaster into battle. The blaster is compatible with most Nerf Elite dart clips. Batteries required (not included).
The Titan was first announced in February of 2019, one week before the New York Toy Fair.
- The Titan CS-50 is the first blaster to use a fifty dart drum after the Stampede ECS, which could have been the first had the original fifty dart drum not been cancelled.
- It could be considered a spiritual successor to the Rhino-Fire due both blasters having a moving barrel, fifty dart capacity, and a large size.
- The Titan's name suffers a similar problem to the Rayven CS-18 and the RapidStrike CS-18, where the N-Strike number code suggests they are not battery-operated.
- Interestingly, in its stock form, the Titan CS-50 actually fires a bit slower than the N-Strike Elite HyperFire. This is unusual because the blaster is designed to resemble a minigun, which usually has an extremely high rate of fire.
- ↑ Limer, Eric (2019-02-04). Nothing Flings Foam Like a Full-On Nerf Gatling Blaster. Popular Mechanics. Retrieved on 2019-02-04.
|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 • Scout MKII • Stryfe CQ-10 • Surestrike • SurgeFire|
|2019||Quadrant • Rukkus ICS-8 • Titan CS-50 • Trilogy DS-15|