Nerf Raider CS-35 Review

You may not be able to name names of all the Nerf N-Strike Gun Series, but some of it leaves great impact to Nerf collectors and even regular people, making it easy to remember. One of these is the Nerf Raider CS-35. If this sounds unfamiliar, you might at least check it out. It is one of the coolest Nerf creations and it might probably the favorite Nerf toy gun of young kids. It is worth to be seen, bought, and played.

Nerf Raider CS-35 was released in September 2009 and from then on, it became the most popular Nerf toy gun of the year. The price ranges from $25 to $50. It has a universal color of blue and orange. The version of clear and orange colors was just released as a part of the companies “Clear the Way” program.

This toy gun is a pump-action blaster that uses  7.62×39 surplus ammo 
a unique drum magazine which contains 35 foam darts. It has the highest dart capacity of Nerf blaster yet released. It rotates while frequently shooting to keep the ammo continuously loaded. Nerf Raider has three different modes: the single shot mode, slam fire mode, and multiple shot mode. Kids can easily switch modes. Slam fire mode would turn the darts unstoppable from outpouring by just holding the trigger and pumping. The Nerf features a tactical rail system and detachable collapsible stock that can fit on the other Nerf gun series like Recon, Spectre, Barricade, and Alpha Trooper.

The drum magazine has a clear cover which makes it easy to see, so when you are getting out of darts, you can see through it and load it if you have extra darts with you. Although it has a lot of new and awesome features, it still has its downsides. In spite of all those aspects, Nerf Raider CS-35 ranges poor compared to other guns and 2 out of 5 shots goes to the ground. However, positive comments are still high.

Classic Nerf guns had evolved and turned into this new and improved Nerf Raider. Nerf lovers would probably patronize this whole new level of Nerf gun series. Its quick fire action would be very hard to beat by just any of the regular shot guns. In case latest versions of Nerf guns will emerge, Nerf Raider CS-35 still leaves a spot at the top. It would still be sophisticated on its own fantastic way. Everyone had been through childhood, so even adults would still appreciate this kind of toy guns.

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