- Series: Nerf N Strike
- Ammo capacity: 35 darts
- Range: 25-30 feet
- Released: 2009
The Nerf Raider came out this week, and I’ve finally had enough time to play around with it to write a review.
Table of Contents
- Nerf Raider CS-35
- Best Nerf Guns in the World – Which Blaster is Worth Your Money?
- Best (Original) Nerf Bow and Arrows For 4, 5, 6 Year Old Kids
- Best Nerf Rivals For Nerf Wars – Review & Guides Which One is Best?
- Best NERF Darts for Nerf Blasters – (Cheap, Powerful & Accurate!) Bulk
- Top 10 Best Nerf Pistols Review – (The Best Nerf Pistols Ever!)
- Best Nerf Guns For 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8 Year Old Kids – Top Rated Guns Collection
- Nerf Nite Finder EX-3
- Nerf Vulcan
- Nerf Rattler
- Nerf Super Soaker Shot Blast
- Nerf PowerClip DX 1000
- Nerf N-Strike Barrel Break IX-2
Nerf Raider CS-35
The N-Strike Raider features a 35-dart magazine. The magazine is detachable, and though I haven’t seen any replacement magazines for sale as of yet, I’m sure it’s only a matter of time before you’ll be able to swap out your empty magazine for a fully loaded one. An additional bonus is that the magazine on the CS-35 is compatible with the Nerf Longshot and Recon.
The Nerf Raider CS-35 also features two firing modes — single fire, and slam fire. If you’re considering buying this Nerf gun, chances are, you’re most interested in the slam fire mode.
To use slam fire mode, you just have to hold down the trigger and pump the front grip. Each time you pump the grip, the Raider fires a dart. At first, performing this motion is a little awkward, and you’ll probably have some accuracy problems when you first get the gun from shaking it while pumping. However, it only takes a little practice until you’re able to hold the gun steady while pumping.
The rate of fire on the Rapid Fire Raider CS-35 is awesome. I’m averaging about 2.5 shots per second, which is a lot of fun. Of course, that means you can unload the entire magazine in about 12 seconds, so you’re going to spend a lot of time refilling the magazine. This is a small price to pay in my opinion, because this very well may be the most fun Nerf gun I’ve played with.
The range on the Raider is better than I expected, given the firing mechanism of the gun. You can expect to routinely hit anywhere from 25-30 feet. I haven’t had a chance to mod mine yet, but I’ve been told that removing the air restrictor can add about 10 feet to the range. This seems believable to me, as the internals look very similar to the Recon, which gets a similar boost from air restrictor removal.
All in all, I’m extremely happy with the Nerf Raider. It’s one of the most unique guns that Nerf has ever made, the construction is solid, and it’s an absolute blast to unload.
The Nerf N-Strike Raider CS-35 will be coming to a store near you this fall.
This Nerf Tommy Gun looks really promising. It features a 35 dart magazine that you can empty in either single shot or automatic mode.
The N-Strike Raider CS-35 will cost $35 (yup, that’s one dollar per dart that the magazine holds). No official word yet on whether you buy new magazines to pop in and out, but here’s hoping.
One thing’s for sure: we’re really going to have to stock up on ammo, as I know for a fact that I will lose at least 34 of the 35 darts in about…well…35 minutes.
Regardless, I won’t wait to pump my friends full of darts while yelling ‘keep the change you filthy animal!’
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