Tag Archives: Stampede

New N-Strike Elite Rapidstrike CS-18 photo & some features revealed on Swiss website, My Thoughts on the Blaster

The posted up image from shops.ch, expanded to twice the original size by me.

Yesterday afternoon, a Swiss German site put up a listing for the N-Strike Elite Rapidstrike CS-18. A French version of the same site added the same listing, but with a product description.

Le RAPIDSTRIKE est un pistolet 100 % automatique pour des tirs en rafale : jusqu à 3,6 fléchettes par seconde. Sa batterie est allégée. Elle est 75 % moins lourde que celle du Stampede. Pour une utilisation plus personnalisée, la crosse est ajustable. Contient 18 fléchettes!

or when translated through Google Translate.

Description translated: RAPIDSTRIKE the gun is 100% automatic gunfire burst: up to 3.6 darts per second. Its battery is reduced. It is 75% lighter than the Stampede. For a more personalized, lacrosse is adjustable. Contains 18 darts!

This blaster is most likely what was referred to as the rumored “new Stampede” I posted about on the blog about a week ago. As you read this post, please remember that this is all speculation based off a site listing, it’s photo, and it’s product description. As of March 15, there’s still has been no official confirm or deny of this blaster.

Just take a look at the above photo and take it all in. It’s a very awesome looking blaster to say the least. But it’s going to be a flywheel blaster, based off the comment that MyLastDart left on my blog post about the rumored Stampede. With automatic burst fire, the only other automatic flywheel blaster is the Nerf Vortex Nitron. Of course it might not be a flywheel blaster, but again I’m basing this post on what he said. I’ll talk more about the rate of fire later in the post, and compare it to other blasters later in this post. 3.6 darts per second is not a slow as you think it is.

There’s a clear clip on the blaster, and the darts look different with their black tips. Is this hinting towards new kinds of darts and a new clear clip? You can also see 5 different tactical rails on the blaster. MyLastDart has hinted toward their being an under barrel attachment of sorts that’s going to be released in the future. And it looks like there’s plenty of room on this blaster for that.

It also looks like there’s going to be 3 solid sling points, 4 if you count the stock area loop, on the blaster. This is very important for things like Humans vs. Zombies and indoor games.

There’s ALOT of initial thoughts and speculation going around in the NIC. I’ll list and talk about things like possible pricing, release dates, stock performance, ergonomics, special features, marketing, and more after the jump.

If you don’t feel like reading all the post, I’ve also made a video in which you can also listen to the things I discuss in this post.

Continue reading New N-Strike Elite Rapidstrike CS-18 photo & some features revealed on Swiss website, My Thoughts on the Blaster

Shock and Awe: The Stampede Tenets (Humans vs. Zombies Forum Tips)

Thx again to the HvZ Forum. Again this mostly relates to Hvz, but maybe you’ll get some info out of this.

The Stampede is unique among modern Nerf blasters as being the only model that is both electric and part of the clip system family. This creates some fundamental differences between it and its pump-, bolt-, and slide-action counterparts. So forget what you know about Longshots, Raiders, Recons, Alpha Troopers, Longstrikes, everything- the Stampede is none of those.

Hit the jump to read the rest, or check the link above.
Continue reading Shock and Awe: The Stampede Tenets (Humans vs. Zombies Forum Tips)

Stampede ECS Rate Of Fire Test (Video)

Yeah been up only about 3 hours so far. Sleep like half the day. Just like the Alpha Trooper ROF video I did.

According to the timer this gun spits out 18 darts in 6 seconds.

6/18 = 60 Seconds/?

6×10 = 60 Seconds

10×18 = 180 rounds a minute. According to the Alpha Trooper video in this post the Alpha Trooper can go 270 rounds per minute.