You can't do that because there's no function to manually shoot it. You can only fire it with batteries.
Elite clip system
It's a Nerf gun you dim wit
The Stampede ECS can, on average, shoot up to 35-40 feet.
This gun only uses 6 d batteries and it is only called stampede esc the 50 Was a prototype because it Was going to have a 50 dart drum.(no offenese)
there is no new name. its name is Nerf Stampede ECS-50.
It is huge, and it is the biggest nerf box to date.
The Stampede ECS comes with Streamline Darts, but the Sonic Series Stampede ECS came with green Streamline Darts. There is no difference in performance however.
The Stampede is better
No, the Stampede ECS is not light weight. With a full clip, all the accessories and the blaster itself, it can be quite a load to carry in battle.
Raider cs 35 35 drum clip
No, the Stampede ECS is most definitely not a pistol. Having this included into a pistol would probably have you removed from the fight.
the m60 from call of duty black ops
Well, There are many motorized Nerf guns, they are the Barricade RV-10, Stampede ECS, and Vulcan EBF-25
It can fire 30 feet
it is out it's called the stampede ecs-50
No, the Nerf spartan has not been made yet. But a very similar version came out September of 2010 called the Stampede ECS
There are two: The 2010 N-Strike Stampede ECS and the 2000 Power Nerf Ballzooka MP150.
It isn't because it was a video-game only blaster. Nerf has no intentions of releasing it, and its prototype has already been turned into the Stampede ECS.
Pros and Cons NERF Stampede ECS Pros: Fully-Automatic Clip System Grip/Bipod 5 Tactical Rails "Safety" Switch Can do semi automatic shots Cons: Bulky Takes 6 D-Cell batteries Heavy because of batteries NERF Vulcan EBF-25 Pros: Fully-Automatic Belts can be put togther(only 2) Tripod On-Off Switch Bolt for semi-auto with no power Handle Cons: Bulky Takes 6 D-Cell batteries Heavy with/without batteries Slow reloads Overall, I would say the Stampede is much better when you are… Read More
It already came out, even though it isn't called the Spartan. It's called the Stampede ECS.
The Stampede ECS has already been released. Now the problem is getting enough money to buy it. But surely you should have enough.
In advertising, personal experience, and hype, it is hands-down the Stampede ECS. It is $49.99 at Target, but you can probably afford that, right?
three, 1. its expensive. 2. it lacks range 3. earlier models have unreliable clips
The newest N-Strike Nerf gun currently in stores is the Stampede ECS. The newest Dart Tag blaster will be the Sharp Shot, due to be released sometime in fall 2011.
Got it for Christmas and after about 6 tries jammed :( My brother got the same and it still works though.
The Vulcan is already prone to jamming, even when not modified. What you should do is throw that in the dumpster, and buy a Stampede ECS-50.
It is the Stampede ECS, a fully automatic rifle and the first machine gun for the Clip System line.
i think u should buy the Nerf stampede ecs because it is rapid fire and is totaly cool so u should buy it the raider. it can hold up to 40 darts. its accuracy distance and power are really good. plus it is one of my favorite Nerf guns.
Neither. Buy yourself a paintball gun or a bb gun. Since your playing with Nerf guns I'm sure your not ready to handle real ones. But most definitely a paintball gun. They kick butt.
"i think it stands for Extreme Clip System." It actually stands for Electric Clip System. This is a designation for electronic, clip fed blasters that require batteries to shoot.
The answer depends on your opinion. There is no "best" Nerf blaster. For example, I prefer the Raider CS-35 because of it's rapid-fire and large drum, and the Jolt EX- 1 for it's extreme range and tininess. But my friend prefers the Stampede ECS because it's fully automatic and it looks cool. And someone else might like the Recon CS-6, Firefly REV-8, etc.
extreme clip system
Electronic Clip System
Nerf Stampede ECS: - fully automatic - 3 clips hold 18 darts each - 1 clip holds 6 - bi-pod - shield Nerf Vulcan EBF-25: - fully automatic with switch on - not automatic at all with switch off - 25 dart belt fed - tripod Nerf Barricade RV-10: - Semi automatic - 10 dart barrel
At the moment, there are several fully-automatic Nerf blasters. The oldest is the Vulcan EBF-25 (N-Strike, from 2008). Since then, the Stampede ECS (N-Strike, from 2010), Swarmfire (Dart Tag, from 2011), the Nitron (Vortex, from 2011), and the Speedswarm (Dart Tag, from 2012) have all been released.
7 blasters: the Alpha Trooper CS-18, the Deploy CS-6, the Longstrike CS-6, the Barrel Break IX-2, the Barricade RV-10, the Stampede ECS and the Spectre REV-5.
It depends on your definition. The Nerf gun that comes with the most darts in its box is the Stampede ECS, with 60. The highest single magazine of any gun is the Raider CS-35, with, naturally, 35. And the highest power capability would most likely be the Vulcan EBF-25, capable of firing three darts per second, and wielding seven more darts, per magazine, than the Stampede. All three are magnificent, however my personal choice is… Read More
The Longstrike CS-6, the Deploy CS-6, the Alpha Trooper CS-18, the Barricade RV-10, the Barrel Break IX-2, the Stampede ECS, the Spectre REV-5 and the new colour scheme on the Rapid Fire 20 were all released in 2010.
ecs stands for extended clip system, cs stand for clip system, so the only differents is the actual clip size
There is no true best Nerf gun, it varies based on what style you like to play during Nerf wars and what the conditions are in your mission or goal. If you're a sniper, I'd recommend the Longshot CS-6 as your primary, and the Spectre REV-5 without the barrel attachment as your secondary. If you're the kind that likes to charge into battle up front, the best weapon for you is probably the Stampede ECS… Read More
Well, it already did come out, but it wasn't called the Spartan. It was called the Stampede ECS.
they both shoot roughly the same rate but i would say stampede unless modded the could both get really fast and go pretty far
Well, I'd say a Nerf gun with a scope. No gun is the most accurate-it depends on your accuracy. I'd say the Longshot, I think it has a scope. Plus, the blaster comes with 2 holsters for a 6-shot dart clip. I recommend it for accuracy. (P.S. If you're actually looking for the best gun, I recommend the Stampede ECS. It can hold up to 18 dart clips. Plus, it has a grip and a… Read More
The Spartan NCS-12 was remade into the Stampede ECS in 2010, so it will never come out while being titled the Spartan NCS-12.
So far, the 2010 Nerf guns are: -Longstrike CS-6, A sniper rifle -Deploy CS-6, A standard rifle which converts into a flashlight -Alpha Trooper CS-18, a pump-handle blaster with circular magazine -Stampede ECS, a machine gun with 18-dart magazines (is out in Target) -Specter REV-5, a Recon-Maverick Hybrid (out in October) -Clear versions of Nite-Finder, Maverick, Recon, Raider, and Deploy Feel free to edit if I'm missing one
The last two to come out were the Nerf Barrel break ix2 and Alpha trooper cs18 (round drum). Do you recall the Nerf spartain from the first video game? Theyre taking that exact gun, making it fully automatic, and renaming it the Stampede ecs18 (ecs=electric clip system [not round drum] ), and its coming out 9/9/10 (September ninth 2010). Finally there is the Spectre rev 5, which is said to be released August 2010, but… Read More
People claim/hope/speculate that the Stampede rev-12 and the Spartan ncs-12 are coming out because they are listed as N-strike class in the video game, like the Raider was. Both guns are possible to make and the sight from the Spartan is now available as a mission kit. Packaged with newer Nerf guns is a paper listing currently available Nerf guns. On this list the longshot cs-6 has been replaced with a new gun, the longstrike… Read More
The Best Nerf Gun in the World is "The Recon CS-6" Let me tell you why... Over the many countless dollars that our household has spent over the infamous (yet totally awesome) "Nerf Guns," I'm fairly curtain that I have a very good idea of what is the "best of the best..." With the collect knowledge of owning/operating the fallowing blasters: The Maverick REV-6, The Nite Finder EX-3, The Recon CS-6, The Longshot CS-6, The… Read More
ECS stands for Environmental Control System in relation to the aerospace industry.