Nerf Rampage N-Strike Elite Blaster

Last updated: October 14, 2021

The Nerf Rampage N-Strike Elite Blaster can shoot rounds in rapid succession up to 75 feet. It can also hold 25 darts, meaning you won't have to stop to reload as often. Though the price tag is slightly higher than other Nerf guns, it's still in the affordable range and worth it if you want to extend your gameplay by not having to reload.

Nerf Rampage N-Strike Elite Blaster

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: A fun Nerf gun that can hold up to 25 darts, so you can keep playing without stopping to reload as often.

In our analysis of 58 expert reviews, the Nerf Rampage N-Strike Elite Blaster placed 9th when we looked at the top 16 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

When the mission calls for serious firepower, bring along the Nerf N-Strike Elite Rampage blaster that packs a high-capacity 25-dart drum and comes with 25 Official Nerf Elite darts. Shoot a rapid-fire dart storm at targets with the toy blaster’s slam-fire action as you hold down the trigger and keep sliding the handle to unleash all 25 darts fast. The Rampage Nerf blaster is manually operated — no batteries required — so you’re in control as you prime and fire by hand. This blue N-Strike Elite blaster for kids, teens, and adults is designed for distance, sending darts streaking through the air up to 90 feet (27 meters). The Nerf Rampage toy blaster comes with 25 Official Nerf Elite darts that are designed for distance, tested and approved for performance and quality, and constructed of foam with flexible, hollow tips so they’re fun to blast — and get blasted with — indoors and outdoors. Nerf and all related properties are trademarks of Hasbro.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Rapid-fire ability rivals that of other models. 75-foot range is very impressive.
With its rock-solid ranges, we might be inclined to think of the Rampage as a sniper-type blaster, except for one unique point of distinction—if your forearm is up to the task, the Rampage can hit nearly a 3 dart-per-second rate-of-fire! And that’s without a reduction in range or accuracy, nor any noticeable tendency to jam. If fact, our dart groups were extremely tight (much more so than shorter-range Elite models like the Strongarm or Triad, even). So it’s a good thing this blaster has a large disc drum… we derided the Stryfe for being woefully ill-equipped in that regard, and the Rampage does carry fewer darts than the Raider did. But 25 darts is still solid, and noticeably less bulky than the drum on the Rampage.
25 Dart Drum. Shotgun Style Pump Action. Easy To Run During Rampage. SlamFire

What reviewers didn't like

Load time isn't quick. Gun may jam if not loaded properly.
If we’re picking nits, we would have to mention that right-handed gunners may find their view being blocked by the drum, on occasion. And that protrusion also creates a weight imbalance that will require the user to keep both hands on the blaster while firing. We also found several of our staffers stumped for days by the clip loading system, which requires the priming handle to be pulled back for proper release (for some reason, having the handle fully forward seems to be more intuitive). But once “user error” is removed, the Rampage performed solidly in most regards.
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