Question about Nerf N-Strike Longshot CS-6 Blaster

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My kid opened the Nerf N-strike Recon CS-6, loaded darts in the clip, shot it a few rounds, and now, somehow, the cocking mechanism is stuck in the middle position, and so is the trigger (like half-triggerred), and the dart is jammed. Because of the position of the cocking mechanism, I can't access the Jam Clearing door at the top. Please help!!

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Take the rear bolt cover off ( 2 screws) . Reach inside with your finger and try spinning the spring. For some reason the spring will eventually move to a position that when compacted will bind with the bolt pass through hole.

Posted on Dec 27, 2010

  • Anonymous Dec 27, 2010

    To clear the dart , after you have the rear bolt cover off you can force the bolt forward with you hand which should allow you to slide the cocking mechanism back allowing access to the dart. Good Luck!

  • miyamotoh Dec 27, 2010

    Spot on! I couldn't get to the spring, but was able to push in the bolt forward by force. And that allowed me to move the cocking mechanism to the ready position, and the trigger shot the jammed dart (which had been damaged, but hey!). Thanks for the solution, and now my boy wouldn't stop shooting!! :)

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