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The Nerf N-Strike Dual-Strike blaster fires both Elite darts and Mega darts to blast the competition with double the impact! Plan the best battle strategy, then move the switch to select the dart size that delivers a tactical advantage. To fire 1 dart, pull the handle back and pull the trigger. The Mega Whistler darts scream through the air! The Dual-Strike blaster from Nerf comes with 3 Elite darts and 3 Mega Whistler darts.

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Customer Reviews

Pretty nice for the price

14 people found this helpful.
 on August 18, 2016
By Jordan
This is a very nice nerf gun for the price. My only complaint is it is a little hard to pull the lever back to be able to shoot it. But then again my kids are 2 and 4 so if your kids are a little older they may not have this issue.

It’s not pretty, but it works (and well, too!)

25 people found this helpful.
 on January 21, 2016
By Derek Johnson
While it won’t win many beauty contests, the DualStrike is a blaster that boasts both solid performance and a neat concept. Instead of being restricted to either compact Elite Darts or the hitting power and intimidation factor of Mega Darts, the Dual Strike is able to load 3 of each dart type into its 6 barrels. A nifty selector on the right side allows quick swapping of dart types, and both sets of barrels utilize a smart air restrictor system so having any barrel loaded will work. The DualStrike itself is a bit unwieldy, being rather bulky toward the front, but it’s not heavy by any stretch and is reasonably comfortable. The priming handle is large and solid, making this blaster a breeze to use, and the trigger guard and grip are comfy, too. Despite its aesthetic shortcomings, the DualStrike comes away as a great performer thanks to its flexibility and reasonable power, and its large chassis provides for broad modification opportunities, if that’s something you want to do.

The dual-dart feature is pretty cool, and it shoots further than most blasters

6 people found this helpful.
 on July 23, 2016
By Dubbsjr
Meets the high standards I have for Nerf products. The dual-dart feature is pretty cool, and it shoots further than most blasters.

I really enjoy this one

12 people found this helpful.
 on September 23, 2016
By Loatu
I really enjoy this one. It’s nice to have 6 shots in one small nerf gun. I have two kids (age 6 and 4) who have this same one and they also love it. My 4 year old tried using the ex3 triad and he couldn’t pull the trigger because it is a rocker design. He can do this one which is a pull back trigger design and easier for his small fingers.

Always have ammo no matter what they shoot at you.

One person found this helpful.
 on May 21, 2017
By J. Easton
I wasn’t the fastest shooter but it gave me an edge while leading my nephews Nerf War Birthday Party. I knew there would be both size darts being shot all over and this kept me in the game.

Easy Trigger for younger kids.

2 people found this helpful.
 on December 28, 2016
By Rhonda Tignor
I have a 4 year old girl and a 8 year old boy. They both love to play Nerf wars. I have found the younger one has problems getting the gun ready to shoot so I am always looking for easier guns. This one definitely fits the bill and is very easy for younger kids to play Nerf. Plus, the ability to shoot to different sized bullets from the same gun is an added bonus.

Pretty cool, shoots 2 different types of darts

3 people found this helpful.
 on December 4, 2016
By CGee
Pretty cool, shoots 2 different types of darts. You can select with dart type to shoot via the switch on the side of the gun. Also, the gun will automatically select each dart type until all darts are expended.

5 year olds love it

One person found this helpful.
 on May 15, 2017
By Amazon Customer
the kids love it, i bought a couple of different models, but this is the one the 5 year olds go for.

Fun and easy.

 on March 27, 2017
By Marilyn
I had to buy one more because my sons loved it too much. Easy to use very simple technique and the darts fly far. Sadly it doesn’t come with replacement parts, which would come in handy because they get lost pretty fast.

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