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Rated 5 out of 5 by from alpha trooper nerf gun chose this for my 9 year old for christmas.. he and his brother will be so excited for nerf wars
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best spring powered, magazine fed nerf blaster.. My boys love these blasters. We have over 80 nerf guns and the alpha trooper is one if their favorites. It has a very high rate of fire, doesn't jam often and looks awesome. The blaster itself looks and feels very nice, and functions great. The only complaint i have about it is that the folding stock (recycled from the spectre) is flimsy and flexes a lot. Also, it comes with two 6 dart magazines, but no way to store the extra magazine. (a different stock with magazine storage would be nice) or better yet, why not just include a single, reasonably sized magazine. This thing empties the 6 dart mag very quickly, especially when using slam fire. it is much better suited for a 12 or 18 dart mag, or even a drum. Accessories aside, you aren't going to find a better spring powered blaster.
Date published: 2015-12-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Exclusivity made this blaster a legend. a former Exclusive like it's predecessors before it (the yellow CS-18 and blue CS-12, respectively), the Alpha Trooper is heavily inflated by the exclusivity principle. Unfortunately this blaster is mostly wanted for it's good looks. Performance-wise it gets decent stock ranges with the darts that it fires clocked at around a 60 FPS (Feet Per Second; blue, green, white, orange, and decorated Rebelle darts all work fine) average on my ProChrono Digital chronograph. This blaster is endowed with Nerf's Slam-fire ability, simply hold down the trigger and pump the priming handle to fire one dart per pump. It does have upgrade potential with the purchase of upgrade springs and other aftermarket kits to make decent into pretty darn good, but only for those who are really good at taking things apart and putting it back together (on second thought, mod at your own risk because the added spring weight puts undue pressure on the internal parts and will lead to breaking it faster; otherwise, pop in an aftermarket spring). But of course, the instability of the internals with stronger spring mods may make accidental firing an issue. Luckily, there is a specific aftermarket kit that should address this issue and keep the misfires from happening. Overall, it is okay in it's stock form: it has a top rear tactical rail, a shoulder stock mount which allows other Nerf accessories, a spare dart storage in the handle, and two sling mounts (one of which is oddly placed on it's slide-priming grip), but there is a lack of a front barrel attachment point. I will add that there is the occasional dart jam here and there, mostly on old worn darts, and especially so for those who panic while priming the blaster. The jam-door allows for you to see and fix it after you slide the pump-action grip flush towards the body of the blaster and eject the magazine with the mag-release button/lever (you have no idea how many people new to a blaster cannot figure that out). This blaster looks good in it's orange and black-colored scheme and has the name of the CS-6 version embossed on it's shell. The so-called "Mission Kit" is comprised of a former exclusive folding shoulder stock from another store and two N-strike 6-dart magazines (very old-style, non-transparent CS mags from yesteryear's parts bin) and twelve blue Elite darts (not old, I think). In conclusion, the Elite Alpha Trooper is a good blaster, perhaps the best of the "springers" with adequate power and slam-fire when you need it, easy to upgrade options, attachment interchangability (and in my opinion it has great looks), all of which will ensure it's Legendary status.
Date published: 2015-11-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from This gun is a gigantic dissapoinment I bought this gun for a friend's son and for my own son as a Christmas gift. It comes with a cartridge that you fill with nerf bullets and then attach to the gun. EVERY time the kids attempted to shoot the guns, 3 out of 5 bullets jammed in the gun. We had to disassemble one at one point to dig the bullet pieces out with a long set of tweezers. I can not believe Nerf sells a gun at this price that works so poorly.
Date published: 2016-01-10
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