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I don’t know about you, but I find shooting someone from long range so satisfying 🙂 So here’s the top 5 best sniper nerf guns currently available, as well as my review of each of them.


This Centurion Blaster is an awesome way to size up any of your nerf battles. Released under the N-Strike series, the Centurion measures 40 inches in length and features six screaming darts that can travel up to 100 ft.!

In addition to two tactical rails and five sling points, it has a priming bolt slot that is half the length of the blaster for a longer priming travel. And with the help of the bipod stand, you can take your marksmanship to a whole new level.

Moreover, the Centurion’s front barrel is permanent. The Centurion also has a recoil effect that is much different than clip system blasters, which require you to manually pull the bolt back before reloading.


The darts are longer and can travel up to 100ft.
Magazines are much easier to load.
A sturdy blaster.


The forced barrel lock can make the Centurion hard to transport.
Only has a 6 dart firing clip.
It is single-fire and can fire only 1-2 darts per second.
4.6 lbs, and not easy to prime and load for younger children.
Costs $60




Also from the N-Strike Series, the Thunderhawk AccuStrike is the longest Sniper Nerf blaster, measuring in at 41 inches. However, despite its impressive length, it is built for flexibility. With this blaster, you can participate in mobile and stationary battle. You can go long by simply extending the barrel and using its built-in stand to stabilize it, or shorten it to carry it into battle.

With ten Mega AccuStrike Darts, the AccuStrike is also one of the most accurate blasters out there. Simply load the AccuStrike with 10-dart clip and take on your battles with bolt-action firing. Moreover, the darts are high-quality and made out of foam with flexible hollow tips.

In addition to the extendable barrel, this blaster also features a tactical rail on top and several sling points on the rear of the barrel.

With this blaster, you can go long and strong in any Nerf battle.


Built for stationary and mobile battle.
Has a built in, foldable bi-pod.
Features a 10-dart firing clip.


Some assembly required.
Built for single-fire.
Some users found that it does not fire well long-distance.


This Longstrike is a re-released version of the 2010 N-Strike Longstrike CS-6 with a number notable upgrades to improve its blaster performance. When you order this version of the Longstrike, you get a barrel extension to customize the blaster for any occasion, a bipod, a distance scope, and three six-dart clips to house eighteen Elite darts.

What makes the Longstrike unique from its predecessor is its use of a direct plunger system and the added feature of an unjamming button on the side of the gun. This way you can release the bolt and remove empty clips with ease. The Longstrike also has three tactical rails, three strap points, and an integrated shoulder stock where you can store two extra dart clips for easy access.


Features 18 Elite darts and 3 six dart clips.
Has an unjamming button and a clip release button for easy reloading.
Extended barrel allows for flexibility and longer range.


Bolt action firing that has to be cycled back and forth for each shot.
Some users found it misfires sometimes.
Bipod is not extremely secure.
Costs $70; one of the most expensive guns on this list.



The AccuStrike RaptorStrike is the top sniper gun for anyone looking for absolute accuracy. The RaptorStrike is a clip system, bolt action blaster that fires darts specially designed for improved accuracy. With this blaster you get eighteen darts and two six-dart clips to keep you stocked and at the ready for any Nerf battle.

What makes the RaptorStrike stand out is its construction. Unlike some of the blasters we have seen, this gun only has a tactical rail on the bottom of the barrel, but no rail on top. Instead of a rail on top, the Raptorstrike actually features a flip-up sight.

The RaptorStrike’s clips also have an angled base with a half-clear design. And for more convenience, the RaptorStrike also has a clip release button. This reduces the likelihood for jamming in your blaster.


3.75 lbs, making it one of the more light-weight guns on this list.
Has great accuracy up to 50-75 ft.
Clip release button avoids jamming.
Has a pop-up sight and an extendable bipod.


Priming requires you to manually move the bolt back and forth for each shot.
Some users found that it won’t shoot straight.
Costs $40



Also a part of the AccuStrike Series, the AlphaHawk is built for precision and accuracy. However, unlike the other guns on this list, the AlphaHawk is a revolver-style toy blaster. So, instead of holding magazines and clips, the darts are loaded into a revolving drum. This blaster comes with 10 Elite darts, which are some of Nerfs most precise darts.

The AlphaHawk is also unique because of its drop down cylinder. The cylinder actually makes loading the revolving extremely easy because all you have to do is press the cylinder release button to let the cylinder fall out and load it up with the darts. This way you can easily unleash five darts without having to stop and reload.

Moreover, the AlphaHawk features two tactical rails and a non-adjustable shoulder stock. Along with a simple orange and light grey design, the AlphaHawk has an ambidextrous bolt handle. No matter who you are you can now strike with greater confidence and accuracy with the AlphaHawk.


2lbs; the most lightweight option on this list.
Has a revolving chamber instead of magazines or clips.
Drop-down cylinder makes for easy reloading.
Extremely accurate and easy to hold.
Costs $18; the most affordable option on this list.


Only holds 5 darts.
Does not have good distance.
Lacks power.

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