Nerf N-Strike Elite Stryfe Blaster
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One fix to this problem is by simply inserting pieces of paper in between the extension's rear and Stryfe's muzzle, or putting a thin layer of adhesive rubber padding instead. In 2014, an Elite XD variant of the Stryfe was released. Later versions of the XD Stryfe do away with the dart sensor completely, a trend that would follow suit with newer releases.
The Stryfe is a clip system Nerf Blaster originally released in 2013 as part of the N-Strike Elite series. It's one of the favorite blasters within the Nerf Mod community, and has had a couple of makeovers since it's original release, with noticeable differences like it's new bright orange chassis and 'nerfed' motors (excuse the pun). [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="480"] Nerf Stryfe - Before and After the Worker Mod Conversion[/caption] Although Nerf Blasters are essentially toys, they can be so much more when you add some third-party modifications to the mix. In this blog, we'll take a look at some of the modifications now available from RC Geeks, how to install them, and how it affects the appearance and performance of the blaster.The Stryfe, originally spelled Strife, was first announced in a Wired article about the N-Strike Elite series  The Stryfe's design is believed to have been derived from the popular Barricade RV-10 clip system modification, which replaces its cylinder with the clip well (from a different blaster, such as the Raider CS-35), effectively making the Barricade a clip-fed blaster. The Stryfe eliminates the need to carry out this modification. Alpha Trooper CS-18 • Deploy CS-6 • Longshot CS-6 • LongStrike CS-6 • Raider Rapid Fire CS-35 • Rayven CS-18 • Recon CS-6 • Stampede ECS
MyLastDart (2013-08-11). NEW Nerf Elite Stryfe Mission Kit (Article). MyLastDart. Archived from the original on 2013-08-11. Retrieved on 2013-08-13. Unlike other flywheel blasters like the Rayven CS-18 or Hail-Fire, the Stryfe has a dart sensor that prevents the trigger from being pulled if a dart is not loaded in the magazine; worn darts may not be detected by this sensor. Due to the Stryfe not being designed with a specific extension in mind, the Recon's (or later, Retaliator's) barrel extension tends to wobble left-and-right when attached.Due to the inner barrel width of the LongStrike CS-6's barrel extension, it will be worn down on the inside when attached to the Stryfe (if it can be attached at all). It does not wobble like the Retaliator's barrel extension, however. There was an older version of the Stryfe that was available for the first few months of the Stryfe's release that had boosted motors. It is unknown as to why the motors were downgraded. [ citation needed]