Nerf Elite 2.0 Commander RD-6 Dart Blaster, 12 Darts, 6-Dart Rotating Drum, Outdoor Toys, Great Holiday for Kids, Ages 8 and Up

(10 customer reviews)


  • NERF ELITE 2.0 COMMANDER RD-6 BLASTER WITH 6-DART DRUM: This Elite Nerf blaster has a rotating drum with 6-dart capacity. Blast 6 darts in a row with this toy blaster
  • SLAM FIRE: Launch 1 dart at a time, or unleash all 6 darts in rapid succession with slam fire action. This Nerf pump action dart blaster fires darts up to 90 feet (27 meters)
  • INCLUDES 12 NERF ELITE DARTS: Comes with 12 Nerf Elite darts. Load 6 Nerf darts into the drum and keep the remaining 6 darts nearby for quick reloads
  • TACTICAL RAILS, STOCK AND BARREL ATTACHMENT POINTS: Use the rails and attachment points to customize the foam blaster with Nerf accessories (each sold separately, subject to availability)
  • FUN KIDS OUTDOOR TOYS: Nerf toys for boys and girls can be used for indoor or outdoor games for kids!
  • GREAT GIFTS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS: Nerf blasters are awesome toys for kids and teens to enjoy fun, active play with friends and family

Fire 6 darts in row with the Nerf Elite 2.0 Commander RD-6 blaster that features a rotating, 6-dart drum. Take aim and unleash 1 dart at a time in indoor and outdoor games, or blast into slam fire action to send all 6 darts flying through the air in rapid succession. This Nerf kids blaster includes 12 Nerf Elite foam darts, so you can fill the drum and keep additional darts in reach for reloads. Take on the competition with pump action blasting. Load the drum, pump the priming slide backward and forward, and pull the trigger to launch a dart. To slam fire, hold down the trigger and keep pumping the slide back and forth. The foam dart blaster has 2 tactical rails and attachments points for a stock and a barrel to customize with Nerf accessories (each sold separately, subject to availability). Designed for distance, the blaster fires darts up to 90 feet (27 meters). Kids toys like Nerf Elite 2.0 toy foam blasters are great gifts for 8 year old boys and girls who enjoy active indoor and outdoor play. Eyewear recommended (not included). Nerf and all related properties are trademarks of Hasbro.

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Nerf Elite 2.0 Commander RD-6

Nerf Elite 2.0 Commander RD-6

The Nerf Elite 2.0 Commander RD-6 blaster has 3 tactical rails, a barrel attachment point, and stock attachment point to customize the blaster for every Nerf game. The blaster has a 6-dart rotating drum so you can fire multiple darts before reloading. Fire 1 dart at a time, or launch all 6 darts rapidly with slam-fire action. Barrel extension and stock not included. includes 12 Official Nerf darts — enough to fully load the drum, and 6 darts to keep nearby for reloads. Fires darts up to 90 feet (27 meters). Eyewear recommended (not included). No batteries required.

Product Features

Nerf Elite 2.0 Commander RD-6

Nerf Elite 2.0 Commander RD-6

Nerf Elite 2.0 Commander RD-6


Pull the priming slide back and press the trigger to fire 1 dart. Slam-fire all 6 darts rapidly by holding down the trigger and repeatedly moving the slide back and forth


Go the distance with this blaster that fires darts up to 90 feet (27 meters)


Customize the blaster for every battle or mission by taking advantage of 3 tactical rails and barrel and stock attachment points (stock and barrel extension not included)

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Weight1.1 kg
Dimensions14.25 × 2.63 × 9.5 cm
Product Dimensions

14.25 x 2.63 x 9.5 inches

Item Weight

1.1 pounds

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Release date

July 26, 2020



10 reviews for Nerf Elite 2.0 Commander RD-6 Dart Blaster, 12 Darts, 6-Dart Rotating Drum, Outdoor Toys, Great Holiday for Kids, Ages 8 and Up

  1. Mark Masaki

    My ProChrono Digital chronograph measured the speed of the darts fired by this stock Nerf Commander blaster at an average of 73 feet per second (FPS) using Nerf Elite 2.0 darts (it is capable of shooting any blue, green, white, orange, yellow, Accustrike, or any decorated darts). The typical average velocity of a Nerf Elite blaster is 65-70 FPS, so this blaster is an overachiever in this regard.The Commander has Slam-fire. For those who don’t know what that is, it is the ability to fire off darts in rapid succession by holding down the firing trigger and repeatedly priming the blaster to fire a dart off every time it is primed, resulting in some semblance of rapid fire. The tradeoff of using this function is often the reduced accuracy due to the shaking of the blaster while it is being furiously primed. Being a top-priming slide blaster does not help this pistol’s aim either, but at least it has a rear shoulder stock attachment point. I have found that the Nerf Elite Stockade’s shoulder stock is ideal in fit and function since it holds spare darts that you will need to reload the Commander’s meager 6-dart capacity. This is one dart more than the Nerf Elite Spectre, the original Spec-Ops rear-stock and front-barrel attachment springer blaster; I see the Commander as a reiteration of that ghost. The Commander has Slam-fire where the Spectre didn’t. The reloading on the Commander is much easier than what was once a button-push-and-pop-out-cylinder on the Spectre. You simply reload a few darts, rotate the cylinder, then reload the rest. But that is easier said than done if you are in a Nerf War (competitive “Nerfers” would never be caught armed with this as their primary blaster in such a useless situation). Another improvement is the 3 tactical rails located: 1 above the front barrel, 1 under the cylinder, and 1 oddly placed under the pistol grip as a part of the hand guard. The hand guard makes the grip a bit cramped for people with larger hands. Ergonomics are slightly affected by that fact, but for most I believe it will suffice. I do not like the micro faux-sling-mount aesthetic at the bottom- rear portion of the pistol grip because it serves no purpose but to be annoying to your hand. Perhaps even worse than the “tooth” aesthetic just below it (which also serves no functional purpose, by the way. I know, I have tried to use it to prime other top-priming blasters; It slips). The shell plastic parts are somewhat appealing. The large orange “ELITE 2.0” label shows well. The painted name and NERF logo on one side and not the other is consistent with the cost-cutting habits that Hasbro has implemented on most Nerf products. As far as cheapness goes, I am hearing a lot of rattling and squeaking of the plastic going on during operation of the Commander. In conclusion, it is a wonder if this product will last the test of time. The Spectre that the Commander embodies did not last very long before breaking, but perhaps this blaster will take after the Elite Strongarm (and last through the ages). I can see this being something to use to casually play around with in a close quarters (CQB) indoor or in-office use. In that light, perhaps there are smaller options that offer the same performance. This blaster is rather on the large side for what it is: The multiple Nerf Accessory attachment points contribute to the blaster’s problem with being over-sized and difficult to holster. And a primary blaster typically has an onboard dart capacity that exceeds a mere handful of darts. The creakiness of the plastic shell and internal parts do not give one the sense of confidence in the dependability and longevity of this blaster. At face value, the Commander is definitely a winner compared to just about all the other blasters in the failed Elite 2.0 family line, touting a decent FPS performance and not failing at everything else it was set out to do unlike almost all of it’s brethren. We will just have to see if that fact matters any in due time.

  2. Beth Molnar

    I love this new Commander RD-6 nerf gun it fires 6 rounds of nerf bullets at one time at the target. The child/adult is pointing out which is pretty awesome. I purchased it for my grandson for Christmas. I know he’ll love it it’s one of his favorite things to do is shoot it especially at his oldest brother which is 18. He has other Nerf guns, but this one I thought was really cool.

  3. Amazon Customer

    It’s not expensive but it works like it is! My nephew loved it. It pretty powerful not too much but more than enough. Definitely worth it!

  4. M M

    Hadn’t fired a Nerf gun in years, now I remember how much fun they are! Seems more solid than the ones I used to have, however haven’t dropped this one yet 😋

  5. Lij W

    I was running a youth group Nerf War for over 50+ people. We were buying some extra Nerf guns for the teens. I had no idea what would be a good one to get. After some research, the Commanders seemed like a good bet. I cannot even remember how many we bought, I think upwards of 20 or more. Over all the Nerf guns we bought, these were by far the best. They had the best accuracy and range. Plus they were lightweight. The teens love them! If my youth group grows (which I hope it does), then I plan on buying more.

  6. Devin Ford

    Spray painted for my friends Princess Leia costume. Loved chasing each other around the house with it.

  7. Bridget nelson

    Kids liked it

  8. John david huard jr

    Liked the price and quality used for target practicing and for fun 😁👍

  9. Ana p.

    Excelente lanzadorBuena calidad, apesar del precio tiene buen tamaño e incluye los 12 dardos, lanza fácilmente

  10. Josué Alán Barrón Terán

    ExcelenteMi niño interior dijo “cómprala” jajaja la verdad a muy buenísimo precio, compré dos y la verdad no me arrepiento. Un poco ruidosa al momento del disparo pero no sé si así son todas jajj fuera de eso, todo bien.

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