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Best Nerf Rebelle Blasters

Which are the best Nerf Rebelle blasters? Ever since Nerf came out with the Nerf Rebelle line of blasters, I’ve seen a lot of doubt from people. I’ve seen a lot of criticism. Nerf for girls? Are you serious? Isn’t that sexist? Girls play with Nerf? Can’t they just use the same blasters as the rest of us? I don’t know all of the answers to these questions. That’s for you to decide. But what I do know is this: Nerf actually made some pretty decent blasters for the female enthusiasts. They’ve made some really creative products. I mean have you seen that new bow they’re coming out with? Amazing. When they’re not making bows, they are usually borrowing from the N-Strike Elite side of things. Not that this is bad, I love that our Elite blasters have sister blasters now. Just look at the picture to the left. That is the Nerf Rebelle Sweet Revenge Dart Kit, one of the best Nerf Rebelle blasters kits ever. It’s basically the female version of the Nerf Hammershot. To illustrate this gender rebranding fact, though, I will be putting two N-Strike Elite blasters up against two of their Rebelle counterparts. I’m willing to bet that the best Nerf Rebelle blasters can hold their own against these Elite blasters. What do you think?

UPDATE: This post seems to be confusing a lot of people. I am not trying to directly compare the Nerf Rebelle blasters with the Elite blasters. They are effectively the same blaster underneath. The Nerf Rebelle Rapid Red is the same as the Nerf Elite Stryfe. The Nerf Rebelle Spylight is the same as the Nerf Elite Strongarm, internally. This article is suggesting that these two Nerf Rebelle blasters are two of the best that Rebelle has to offer, period. The Rapid Red is the best semi-auto flywheel blaster on the Rebelle blaster lineup and the Spylight is the best pistol/secondary. These are the best Nerf Rebelle blasters. The Elite blasters are just there to show the similarities of form and function between Elite blasters and their Rebelle re-shells or rebrandings. Thanks. 

  • Nerf Elite Strongarm

    Nerf Elite Strongarm

    • Nerf N-Strike Elite Strongarm
    • Blaster Type: Revolver
    • Priming Mechanism: Pistol Slide
    • Range: Up to 75 ft
    • Stock Ammo: 6-dart Capacity
    • Pros: The current best seller champ of Nerf blasters. The Strongarm is the pinnacle of Nerf sidearms. With its smooth, powerful operation, its blazing fast Slam-Fire, and it’s Maverick-esque form factor, it’s not hard to figure out why. Also comes in a red Sonic Fire version, which can appeal to the female market. Strongarm covers all of its bases.
    • Cons: Long, slim design is less appealing than the Nerf Maverick. Coming from the Mav, I know I was put off a little bit by the changes to the form.

    Rating: Rated: 4.5

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  • nerf rebelle spylight blaster

    Nerf Rebelle Spylight

    • Nerf Rebelle Spylight Blaster
    • Blaster Type: Revolver
    • Priming Mechanism: Pistol Slide
    • Range: Up to 75 ft
    • Stock Ammo: 6-dart Capacity
    • Pros: This blaster looks awesome. It’s like a mixture of the Nerf Strongarm in the back and the Nerf Hammershot in the front. And as a bonus, the only part on this blaster that’s pink is the trigger. That means this blaster can be utilized by male or female Nerfers. The Spylight up top is a neat accessory and the light shines brightly. This blaster also features dart storage in the handle.
    • Cons: The cylinder, like on the Hammershot, doesn’t drop to the side for reloading, giving the Strongarm a slight advantage in reload speed.

    Rating: Rated: 4.5

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  • Nerf Stryfe

    • Nerf N-Strike Elite Stryfe
    • Blaster Type: Semi-Auto Flywheel
    • Batteries: 4 AA batteries
    • Range: Up to 75 ft
    • Stock Ammo: 6-dart Clip
    • Pros: This is one of the greatest flywheel blasters ever. Semi-auto, good accuracy, good range, small, compact, versatile, the ability to dual wield. People use these blasters as primary’s just as much as secondary’s. It’s just that good. It has stock and barrel attachment points, tac rails, and sling points all over. The upcoming Nerf Modulus is said to be based on this blaster.
    • Cons: It comes with a worthless 6-dart clip. You’d have to reload every 3 seconds if you kept that clip. Sorry, that’s all I got.

    Rating: Rated: 5

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  • nerf rebelle rapid red

    Nerf Rebelle Rapid Red

    • Nerf Rebelle Rapid Red Blaster
    • Blaster Type: Flywheel Semi-Auto
    • Batteries: 4 AA batteries
    • Range: Up to 75 ft
    • Stock Ammo: 12-dart Clip
    • Pros: Featuring a similar design and comparable functionality to the Nerf Stryfe, the Nerf Rapid Red is a very capable blaster. With smooth lines and curves throughout, you can tell this was designed for female clientele. A repositioned battery compartment further slims the blaster. It includes a clear red/pink 12-dart clip, doubling the capacity of the stock Stryfe.
    • Cons: The Rapid Red is designed to cease firing if the jam door is open, however a design flaw with this blaster makes the jam door pop open randomly, stopping the blaster dead in its tracks.

    Rating: Rated: 4

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5 thoughts on “Best Nerf Rebelle Blasters

    1. I even put this at the end of the post up above: “To illustrate this gender rebranding fact, though, I will be putting two N-Strike Elite blasters up against two of their Rebelle counterparts. I’m willing to bet that the best Nerf Rebelle blasters can hold their own against these Elite blasters. What do you think?” Did you read the post? Lol

  1. Well you can’t tell for sure which one is the best but putting 2 nerf guns up against 2 nerf rebelle guns is like putting a sheep and a goat together. Let’s hope that we can actually decide which one is the best.

    1. Hi Candy,

      Thanks for commenting. I am not comparing the Nerf Elite guns against the Nerf Rebelle guns. I am suggesting that those 2 Rebelle guns are 2 of the best and I’m merely showing that the Rebelle guns were heavily influenced by the Elite guns. The two Rebelle guns are pretty much re-shells of the other two. That’s all. Those 2 Rebelle guns are 2 of the best that Rebelle has to offer and those 2 regular Nerf guns are their predecessors, so to speak. Sorry for any confusion.

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