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    Secret Strike

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    Post  redsaber5859 Sun Nov 28, 2010 4:45 am

    Secret Strike Nerf+Secret+Strike+AS-10
    (My secret strike looks kewler, I'll post a pic soon)

    Secret Strike

    ::OVERVIEW::

    The Secret Strike, often confused with the Secret Shot, a very old Nerf blaster, is by far the smallest and most simple Nerf blaster. I don't really like this weapon as it takes forever to shoot a single bullet, but some people can do good paint jobs! I, am not one of those people, as mine just has a single white splash on it. (Which, don't get me wrong, looks AWESOME)

    ::R.O.F.::


    The biggest downpoint for the Secret Strike is the Rate of Fire. To load is simple, insert the bullet into the hole, barrel, whatever. But to fire the dang thing, oh! Extremely timewasting, it takes at the least 5 pumps to blast 4 feet (1.3 meters)! I usually pump around 20 times for maximum range.

    ::RANGE::

    Maximum range, at least for me is only 33 feet (13 meters)! I of course, have the AOS (annoying orange stick) removed. Stock probably gets around 25 feet or less!

    ::AMMUNITION::

    A single bullet, no storage, just a single bullet barrel.

    ::MODS::

    AOS removal. I have not found any other possible mods, unless you consider paint jobs and cool add-ons mods.

    ::Final Words::


    Probably the BEST secret weapon, as the name suggests. It is small enough to fit in your wallet, purse, pocket, computer, plastic bag, seashell, and even a Barbie car. Er, enough with the silly stuff, it has a keychain that luckily comes with it, and as for the internals, it is a pump, chamber, release. SO COMPLICATED.

    Thanks for reading the review, all your flames, comments, suggestions below.
    ~Red

    P.S. I will be using this format for all of my reviews, so it may seem like I am copy-pasting from review to review, which I am. This is to ease the time it takes to write the review so I have more time to actually TYPE, and hey, you don't want different things every time do you?
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    Post  bulletproofvest Sun Nov 28, 2010 1:18 pm

    Nice write-up
    My Secret strike is in my pic, But now it has the NF ammo holder on top.
    Mine hits 30 ft stock, But adding a Brass barrel soon.
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    Post  Johnnus Sat Dec 04, 2010 10:19 am

    My (stock) Secret Strike got up to about 9m with 7 pumps. Maybe it was the darts (stock suctions), I don't know.
    I prefer not to pump more than 10 pumps as I have a fear of making it explode.
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    Post  Psykka Sat Dec 04, 2010 10:30 am

    It wont eXplode No chance.

    They also really good for integrating into things.


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    youngin'
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    Post  youngin' Sat Dec 04, 2010 10:42 am

    Yeah. You can integrate it into a nightfinder vertically or horizontally.
    It's so small.
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    Post  Saintznerf Sat Dec 04, 2010 12:42 pm

    They are awesome for integration, someone joined one with a clear nightfinder!!!! *NERFGASM* it was so awesome.
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    Post  youngin' Sat Dec 04, 2010 1:49 pm

    With a clear one. Geez, that would be a bit messy with all the hot glue and the epoxy ...glavin...
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    Post  Saintznerf Sat Dec 04, 2010 11:51 pm

    youngin' wrote:With a clear one. Geez, that would be a bit messy with all the hot glue and the epoxy ...glavin...
    No it wasn't he replaced the light with it no apoxy needed
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    Post  youngin' Sun Dec 05, 2010 12:41 am

    Saintznerf wrote:
    youngin' wrote:With a clear one. Geez, that would be a bit messy with all the hot glue and the epoxy ...glavin...
    No it wasn't he replaced the light with it no apoxy needed

    That would be pretty cool.
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    Post  Piesamus Sun Dec 05, 2010 4:27 am

    Psykka wrote:It wont eXplode No chance.

    They also really good for integrating into things.

    5 minutes after reading this last night, I burst the bladder in my Secret Strike after about 7 or so pumps? It was an okay little thing when I got it, but it doesn't compare to my Mav or Recon. Anyway, I may consider going into it and screwing around with it a bit to TRY and repair it.
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    Post  gooni Sun Dec 05, 2010 7:11 am

    Piesamus wrote:
    Psykka wrote:It wont eXplode No chance.

    They also really good for integrating into things.

    5 minutes after reading this last night, I burst the bladder in my Secret Strike after about 7 or so pumps? It was an okay little thing when I got it, but it doesn't compare to my Mav or Recon. Anyway, I may consider going into it and screwing around with it a bit to TRY and repair it.

    I wouldn't bother trying to fix it. But first, you say the bladder broke, from what I have seen the SSPB is just a very small hornet tank. It has a sleeved rod with a rubber seal/grommet thing on the end of the upper piece of rod/tube.

    One I have sometimes will not go back to its default position, I found using a ballpiont pen to push the top of the small seal/grommet thing thus resetting the blaster ready to fire again. This will not fix it permanently but will have to be done after just about every shot.

    I also tried extending the size of the tank once, but that was when i first started apon my modding quest. I used the stick from a star burst lollipop and other random junk I had lying around. It worked once then left to live forever in fail town.

    If you want , go nuts with a hacksaw or dremel, that's the best way to find out how stuff works, and is good fun too. If you find a way to fix it permanently let us know.


    I really like the SSPB, Stock they are a good blaster, small but good ranges with stock darts. After i re-barrelled one with 16MM UPVC I was easily out ranging my modded mav I had back then, and was almost as good on some shots as my c836 sprung NF.

    I vote yes for the SSPB it is pwn
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    Post  Johnnus Mon Dec 13, 2010 12:17 pm

    I put my Secret Strike in my hollowed-out Recon Dual-mode light to make a pretend underslung grenade launcher (e.g. M203, GP-25 from CoD).
    With some drilling and cutting (a 3rd of one side of the case), and some hot glue, it fits perfect and works fine. Just wish mine was more powerful.
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    Post  Psykka Mon Dec 13, 2010 2:41 pm

    Piesamus wrote:
    Psykka wrote:It wont eXplode No chance.

    They also really good for integrating into things.

    5 minutes after reading this last night, I burst the bladder in my Secret Strike after about 7 or so pumps? It was an okay little thing when I got it, but it doesn't compare to my Mav or Recon. Anyway, I may consider going into it and screwing around with it a bit to TRY and repair it.

    Clearly you have a faulty one. &\7 pumps shouldn't do shit. I pump mine way more than that.


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    Post  bbqbeefburgerman Fri Dec 17, 2010 12:57 pm

    Goes further than my modded Recon and maverick with 12-20 pumps. I am thoroughly surprised.
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    Post  bulletproofvest Fri Dec 24, 2010 11:58 am

    How would you plug it? Because my OPV valve kicks in after eight pumps.
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    Post  SnowDragon Fri Dec 24, 2010 2:28 pm

    bulletproofvest wrote:How would you plug it? Because my OPV valve kicks in after eight pumps.

    Waste of time trying to plug it.

    Besides, it shoots further than a stock nitefinder off the shelf. That's all you need for a holdout weapon.

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