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How to Load
Step 2 - Push the cocking bolt all the way forward.
Step 3 - Place the clip into the clip loading slot.
Step 4 - Pull the bolt all the way back, then forward.
Step 5 - Pull the trigger to fire the dart.
|Centurion - 6.5|
|The Centurion is the farthest-firing Nerf blaster of 2013.|
|Ammo: Elite Mega Darts|
|Pros: Absurd range of 100 feet, long draw, reasonable capacity, removable bipod|
| Cons: Infamous for chewing up darts, poor accuracy
|Not cool. This blaster may look cool and have a range of a hundred feet, but it really chews up darts, coupled with poor accuracy. EPIC F***IN' FAIL.|
|Review by: NSA335|
- It was mentioned on the Nerf Facebook websites on the poster for the Centurion that Not All Centurions Fire Up To 100 Feet because of safety issues in countries such as Australia.
- The Centurion is widely considered to be the spiritual successor to the Longshot CS-6, having a cocking bolt, removable bipod, and intgrated barrel similar in design to those of the Longshot. However, like the Rayven CS-18 and Elite Rayven CS-18, the Centurion's stock and handle running from the bottom of the trigger grip to the bottom of the stock are both very similar to those of the Stampede ECS.
- A special pack can be purchased at Costco in the US which includes two MCS 6-Dart Clips, the blaster and 12 Elite Mega Darts, all for 39.99 USD.