Blasterparts Powershell for Nerf Zombie Strike Sledgefire
Ready for despatch (in days): 10
Incredible performance, no tinkering needed
Thanks to its large air volume and inherently strong spring, the Nerf Zombie Strike Sledgefire is truly a wolf in sheep's clothing. The reason that we don't see much of its power is that three darts have to be accelerated with every shot.
This simple replacement for the original Sledgefire shells fires only one instead of three darts but in exchange it provides almost triple the power for that single dart.
An unmodified Sledefire with Powershell will achieve superior performance over any Elite blaster and, if modified with a Blasterparts Modification spring beforehand, may outrange most other lightly modified blasters.
- Firing range increase: 100-150%*
- Muzzle velocity increase: 100-200%*
- Difficulty level of spring installation: no installation needed
Modding won't get any simpler than this
For using the Powershell there are actually no blaster modifications required, while its performance boost can still compete with any light or medium mod. If that is still not enough, your blaster demands the Blasterparts 15kg Sledgefire Modification Spring.
Next to the Installation of a Modification Spring, we highly recommend the use of shortened darts, as they achieve faster velocities and better accuracy. You will also be able to rear-load shortened darts instead of having to remove the Powershell when reloading.
Attention! Blasterparts modification products are no toys. Not suitable for children! Do not aim at eyes or face. Wearing protectice goggles is recommended. This product is neither manufactured nor endorsed by the previously mentioned dartblaster's manufacturer. This product has been independently developed and manufactured by Blasterparts Inc. and is being sold by Blasterparts Inc.
|Delivery Contents||Sledgefire single-shot shell, 3D-printed|
|Minimum age [in years]||15|
Performance Workmanship Overall Design
I found out that it needed a decent amount of sanding.
Darts would not fire and pretty much got torn up.
After about 3 hours and 3 grits of sandpaper and adhering a EVA foam buffer for a better seal.
It hits like a truck now easily shot 31 meters (Posted on 11/20/2016)