Is there a Nerf blaster like the Raider?

The Raider has more special value packs than any other Nerf blaster. A fictional blaster known as the Raider CS-6 was present in the Nerf N-Strike video game. Just like the Raider CS-35, it had a side-feeding clip and pump-action operation, and could have served as an inspiration for the blaster’s creation.

When did the Nerf Raider 35 come out?

The Raider CS-35 was the first blaster in the N-Strike series to have a special release date. It was the first blaster to have a release campaign for September 9th, which featured the tagline of “the Nerf raid begins”.

Is there such a thing as a Nerf dart gun?

Nerf Blaster. The term “Nerf gun” is often used to describe the toy; however, it is often used as a blanket term for any foam dart blaster, regardless of whether or not it has the Nerf brand name. Nerf blasters are manufactured in multiple forms, including pistols, rifles, and light machine guns.

Is there a new look for the Nerf wiki?

In the coming weeks, your wiki will receive FandomDesktop, the new look and feel for Fandom! Read more here. Welcome to the Nerf Wiki. We are a database for all things Nerf that anyone can edit.

What does a detachable shoulder stock do on a Nerf blaster?

A detachable shoulder stock is an optional Nerf and Super Soaker accessory that helps the user stabilize a compatible Nerf blaster or Super Soaker. Detachable shoulder stocks are intended to allow the user to shoulder an equipped blaster, which provides support to help with one’s aim.

What kind of Blaster is the Raider Rapid Fire?

The Raider Rapid Fire CS-35 is a pump-action clip system blaster. It features the ability to be slam fired, with the blaster advertised as being able to do so at incredible speeds. On the side opposite the clip well, there is an orange jam door that allows users to remove jammed darts.