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The Turbine CS-18 is a Nerf blaster that was released in fall of 2020 under the Elite 2.0 series. It requires four "C" batteries to be operated.

It comes packaged with an eighteen dart clip, thirty-six Elite 2.0 Darts, and instructions.

It is a Walmart exclusive in the United States.[citation needed]

Details

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).

Problems

Some blasters have an issue when attempting to fire only one dart at a time. This can cause the blaster to fire off bursts of two to six darts, instead.[citation needed] Similarly, the clip release button can be stiff, depending on the blaster, due to the use of a plastic spring rather than a metal spring.

It cannot reliably feed Super Darts, despite using a similar pusher arm as the RapidStrike CS-18, which has little problems with them.[citation needed]

The Turbine's included clip is prone to jamming and causing problems.[citation needed]

Official description

History

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.


Trivia

  • 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.
  • The Turbine can be considered a mix between the RapidStrike CS-18 and the HyperFire, due to having the HyperFire's rate of fire with its ergonomic feel more reminiscent of the RapidStrike's.
  • If one were to add up all the holes in the metallic teal part of the shell, it would add up to exactly a hundred.

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