Official N-Strike Elite Demolisher 2-In-1 Blaster Official Product Description, Pricing, & Targeted Release Frame


First off, apologies on the first post I made on this. The ORIGINAL SOURCE is Popular Mechanics.

Popular Mechanics also mentions that Nerf will be selling separate accessories. From the source link.

“Nerf fanatics who love customization shall not be disappointed. The butt can be swapped out for other accessories. Nerf will sell laser sights for the foam sniper in you.”

And finally, we have the official product description, USA pricing, and targeted release frame for the USA below.

Photo thanks to Popular Mechanics


(Ages 8 years & up/Approx. Retail Price: $39.99/Available: Fall 14)

Take NERF shots to the next level with the 2-IN-1 blaster that dominates both MEGA and ELITE missions! The DEMOLISHER 2-IN-1 blaster is impressive in size and power firing up to 100 feet, featuring semi-motorized blasting, a 10 dart banana clip, and all new missiles. Connect NERF scopes and lights to the blaster’s top Tactical Rail System and set sights on some of coolest NERF shots performed. Blaster includes two missiles and 10 N-STRIKE ELITE darts. Four AA batteries required, not included. Available at most major retailers nationwide and


6 thoughts on “Official N-Strike Elite Demolisher 2-In-1 Blaster Official Product Description, Pricing, & Targeted Release Frame”

  1. Man, that thing looks beast!! I hope that the fins on the missiles don’t come off as easily as they did on the Big Bad Bow. I can see a lot of cool props being made out of that blaster too. I don’t like the orange though, I prefer the classic elite blue, and the tactical rail is farther forward than what I like.


    1. I prefer the Elite Blue as well, I felt like they could have given the colors another year.

      For people like Johnson Arms, having something already looking like this should save them time and effort trying to make blasters look like this. So I agree with you on the props.


  2. Wow. Very unexpected move from Nerf. It looks like a great blaster.

    There’s many observations I can make:
    1) This is a flywheel blaster. Full-auto or semi-auto – that remains a big question.
    2) THERE’S A STOCK. That alone is big, as it means Nerf is now reconsidering accessories for the Elite line.
    3) Barrel extension adapter. I, personally, would prefer the Spectre’s.
    4) In the description, it says “Connect NERF scopes and lights to the blaster’s top Tactical Rail System…” This implies that Nerf plans for accessories. This is further confirmed by Popular Mechanics’ claims.
    5) The missile launcher most likely uses an air tank, powered by pulling/pushing of the black handle (like the Switch Shot Super Soaker).
    6) The missile launcher may very well have the ability to detach. It would be appreciated, in case you want to leave it behind for a mission (or even use it seperately – oh my!).
    7) The range claim most likely applies to the missile launcher.

    I like this. It’s a fresh, out-of-the-box idea. It’s a first for many things.
    Good job Nerf!


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