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Secret Shot II
Year Released:




Stock Capacity:

4 Mega Darts

Average Retail Price(s):



Airjet Power

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The Secret Shot II is a 1999 Nerf Airjet Power blaster that holds 4 Mega Darts. It is no longer available. It retailed for around $14.99. It got good reviews when it was initially released.


Unlike its predecessor, the Secret Shot II is an air-powered blaster rather than spring-powered. Another difference between the two, is that the Secret Shot II used Mega Darts rather than Micro Darts. It features two triggers; one for firing, and the other for engaging a flip-down secondary barrel that seals over the main barrel. This allows the user to fire darts from there. It also features two dart holders, one on either side of the blaster itself.

How to Fire Edit

Step 1 - Place a dart into the main barrel. If you want, place another dart into the secondary barrel.
Step 2 - Pump the blaster several times (5 to 8) to prime it.
Step 3 - Press the bottom trigger to fire a dart from the main barrel.
Step 4 - To fire a dart from the secondary barrel, press the top trigger to flip it down, but make sure that there are no darts in the main barrel first.
Step 5 - Repeat Step 2.
Step 6 - Pull the bottom trigger to fire a dart from the secondary barrel.

Nerf Arena Blast Edit

The Secret Shot II was featured as a weapon in Nerf Arena Blast, where it is referred to as the Secret Shot. It was the first blaster every player gets at the start of a match, and has infinite ammo. It could not be put down.

Firing modesEdit

  • Primary fire - Fires a single yellow dart.
  • Secondary fire - Fires a slower-moving but more powerful red dart from the secondary barrel.

Trivia Edit

  • This blaster was seen in an episode of the sitcom series, Friends.