The Targeting Set comes comes bundled with a micro-TS-E and micro-HC-E, and a pair of single-shot blasters, which need to be manually loaded every shot. Also included are 10 Elite-series suction darts to load these blasters with. The range on the blasters is fine for the size, but don't plan on any long-distance headshots with these! The target can be wall-mounted for traditional "dartboard" setups, or perched for proper target practice.
The SP-R comes with six Elite-series darts, and can carry three darts at a time. It has a neat removable silencer when you want to simulate stealth eliminations, but as fun as the silencer is for aesthetic variety, the silencer does reduce the range of the darts substantially. This one comes with three different sizes of Loot Llama standee targets to practice with.
The DP-Es come with 12 Elite-series darts and can also carry three darts at a time. They have very good range, possibly among the best of the lot. Shots are pump-action and occur one at a time. No additional accessories are included.
The beefiest of the bunch, the AR-E comes with 20 Elite-series darts and the removable clip carries 10 at a time. It also is the only one that requires four AA batteries for its motorized rapid-fire mechanic, which is activated by holding down the grip-mounted button before pulling the trigger to fire. Range on the blaster depends on the height at which you fire; when fired in a higher arc, it can easily outperform the single-shot blasters.
4 AA batteries required
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