It is a Walmart exclusive in the United States.
The Turbine CS-18 is a fully-automatic clip system blaster, similar to that of the RapidStrike CS-18. It has a barrel extension attachment point on the front of the blaster, a tactical rail just beneath and behind the barrel, two more tactical rails on the side of the blaster, and one more behind the jam door.
It advertises a firing range of up to ninety feet (twenty-seven meters).
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The Nerf Elite 2.0 Turbine CS-18 blaster has 4 tactical rails and a barrel attachment point so you can customize it for each mission or battle. This motorized blaster has an 18-dart clip and launches darts fast -- hold down the acceleration button to power up the motor, then press the trigger for rapid-fire blasting. Includes 36 Official Nerf darts -- load 18 in the clip and keep the other 18 nearby for reloads. Fires darts up to 90 feet (27 meters). Eyewear recommended. Barrel extension and eyewear not included. Batteries required (not included).
The Turbine was first leaked alongside the rest of Elite 2.0 in early 2020 via online, imageless listings. Later that year, pictures of it would surface.
- In some stock images, the black piece of the foregrip isn't snapped on properly.
- The Turbine is featured as a weapon in the Roblox game Nerf Strike.
- In Nerf Strike, the Turbine is semi-automatic, unlike its real world counterpart.
- The packaging for the Turbine has two different angles in which the blaster is packed in at: one parallel to the box and one at a slight angle.
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|Elite 2.0 blasters|
|2020||Commander RD-6 • Echo CS-10 • Phoenix CS-6 • Shockwave RD-15 • Trio TD-3 • Turbine CS-18 • Volt SD-1 • Warden DB-8|
|2021||Ace SD-1 • Phoenix CS-10 • Quadfire QS-4 • Technician DB-2|
|2022||Eaglepoint RD-8 • Prospect QS-4|