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Fire and strike fast with the Nerf N-Strike Elite Disruptor blaster! This quick-draw blaster has a rotating drum that holds up to 6 Elite darts. Choose your target and fire 1 dart at a time, or unleash all 6 darts in rapid succession with slam-fire action. To prime the blaster, pull the slide back and release. Check the indicator; if it’s orange, the blaster is primed and ready to fire. The The Nerf N-Strike Elite Disrupter fires darts up to 90 feet (27 meters). Includes 6 Elite darts. Nerf and all related properties are trademarks of Hasbro.

Customer Reviews

Nice sidearm

15 people found this helpful.
 on January 9, 2017
By Iqueno
A nice sidearm blaster, It fixes one of the cylinder issues with the Strongarm, you don’t have to pop the cylinder out to load it. I like it enough that I gave up my Strongarm and Hammershot and now this is my favorite sidearm for Elite darts

Great all around sidearm for kids or adults

One person found this helpful.
 on May 8, 2017
By Trevor Muhlestein
Works as intended. Hits its targets well. easy to arm with ammo. easy to pull back hammer….some younger kids may have to place it in between their legs but mostly its easy for them and will use it as intended. springs sound like they are covered correctly so that they don’t wear out the gun. everything about this gun screams good internals and well design. This by far will replace my others and seems like it will last.

This is the best gun

2 people found this helpful.
 on March 23, 2017
By Frances
I think this is the best nerf gun. It is fairly easy to pump and doesn’t jam. I’ve had several nerf guns. Too often they jam or don’t work. Or I have to pump the gun because the kids can’t do it. They have so much fun with these guns.

… much to say its a strongarm reshell but a good one performs well and looks pretty good its like …

One person found this helpful.
 on February 20, 2017
By C.J Olufen
not much to say its a strongarm reshell but a good one performs well and looks pretty good its like a barrackade and maverick fused together without the gimmick of the cylinder popping out

Love it. One of the best nerf pistols. Easy to load, dart speed it a bit average, but it can be pretty accurate w/the right dart

2 people found this helpful.
 on January 29, 2017
By Stickman
Love it. One of the best nerf pistols. Easy to load, dart speed it a bit average, but it can be pretty accurate with the accustrike darts.

Great fun! Best for the great indoors

 on August 1, 2017
By Vanessa R.
Best toy I’ve bought so far! Great fun!!! Easy to load up and shoots accurately. My nephew is a sniper he loves these and so does my husband!

Good value.

 on July 31, 2017
By Mel
Exactly what I’d expected and my grandson is very happy with the toy! Definitely glad that I ordered extra darts, though!

Great entry gun into NERF stuff

2 people found this helpful.
 on January 20, 2017
By Phillip
6 shooter, and you can rapidfire if you hold the trigger. Lots of fun for an inexpensive intro into Nerf stuff

Fun!

 on March 27, 2017
By The Truth
These are a great way to have fun with the family. They have some power so be careful.

Averages 72 FPS; a combination of Rebelle Spylight and Elite Strongarm; Has 1 noticeable ergonomic design flaw.

7 people found this helpful.
 on February 5, 2017
By Mark Masaki
This blaster looks familiar, like I seen it before. Wait, yeah, I have. The Nerf Rebelle Spylight. 6 shot revolver, easy-access reloading front end. Yup, Spylight, but it has the tail-end and is still built in the image of it’s predecessor, the Strongarm. That is not the only thing it took from from it’s predecessor, though, it also has the Strongarm’s smooth operation and well-made internals, and of course, the power. My ProChrono Digital chronograph measured the speed of the darts fired by this stock Disruptor (what is in a name?) blaster at an average of 72 feet per second (FPS) using Nerf Elite darts (it is capable of shooting any standard Nerf Elite darts; blue, green, white, orange, purple/grey, and decorated Rebelle darts). It is in a way slightly odd looking if you are too used to that big, hulking, whopper of a front-end of the Maverick and Strongarm, but at least it does not have the sloppy feel of the Spylight during use (the Spylight had a cheap feeling and rattled when shaken). Loading the blaster is easy like the Spylight or Zombiestrike Hammershot since it is a front-loader type revolver with an open-end front. The Disruptor also has the acclaimed Slam-fire ability Nerf typically puts in many of it’s springer blasters (hold the trigger and repeatedly pull back the priming slide to fire darts in rapid succession). For attachment lovers, there is a tactical rail on the top. But since most people will be holstering it as a side-arm, I assume that is not too important. The catch works very well so far, just like the Strongarm’s did. This is very good because the Spylight’s major flaw was the cheap feeling you got from the overall sloppiness of the blaster’s operation, as the catch did not work on mine if you did not lift up on the priming slide. The Strongarm had no such issues with it’s smooth operation, and I am hoping that the Disruptor continues that trend. The ergonomics of the pistol grip was okay to me at first, but after some usage I have found one noticeable weakness which is a rather disappointing. The sharp lines of the shell in the back end of the blaster affect the ergonomics of the pistol grip. I had red sores on the inside corners of my thumbs after a day’s use. There were similar complaints from other users, and I must agree with them that Nerf should have field-tested the blaster more before they hit the shelves. There are smaller complaints I hear from others that the sling mount is a hole in the base of the handle as opposed to the typical sling mount bar that sticks out from back of the handle’s bottom. Also, for those who are used to the traditional sling-mount being located on the back of the priming slide, expect to get used to not having that feature any more. Instead, find that it migrated to a location which is under the blaster (for whatever reason the Nerf design team had for putting it there). The hook-like tip on the bottom of of the pistol grip has a tooth that is designed to fit into the grooves of a priming handle of another blaster (like the front of the priming slide of another Disruptor) to help a dual-wielding user prime both pistols without having to put one of them down during combat. You can even put the front ends of 2 disruptor priming slides together (facing opposite directions) and Prime both simultaneously. But reloading is another concern, as all revolvers tend to run out of ammunition frequently, leaving the user vulnerable until darts can be reloaded. What it comes down to is 2 Disruptors are still easier to manage than dual-wielding 2 Strongarms. Making the blaster even easier to prime when dual wielding is one design plus for the Nerf engineers. It seem that the Disruptor has all of the strengths of Nerf’s premier 6-dart revolvers and none of their weaknesses, but it does have that one noticeable ergonomic flaw of it’s very own. This flaw appears to be due to the shell’s aesthetics. In conclusion, the Disruptor is a terrific successor to the Strongarm and IMHO the best standard Nerf pistol for those who like Slam-fire (the Hammershot is still a Nerfer sidearm favorite due to it’s holster-ability and one-hand priming operation).

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