In the Doomlands, there is only one lawbringer!
A target exclusive, the Nerf Doomlands Lawbringer is one of the newer items, making it’s appearance in late 2015. Essentially, the blaster feels like an over-sized hammershot, which is great for it’s feel and aesthetic overall! It works well for close combat, and is a nice addition to the Doomlands line if you are looking for options, however it has a lot it still needs to offer when it comes to practicality. The Lawbringer is very sturdily made, and will catch the eye of your targets, however the biggest concern is that of the price. Regardless, I wanted to give it a go, as the Doomlands style gives off a great first impression, and knows how to make a statement with it’s appearance.
Bring justice to a doomed world with the Lawbringer blaster! This powerful blaster fires 12 darts without reloading from the rotating barrel with hammer-action blasting. Load up your darts from the storage capsules on the stock and drop the hammer as you let each one fly! You’ll be the fiercest protector on the battlefield with the Lawbringer blaster!
- Lawbringer blaster has hammer-action blasting
- Includes 12 darts
- 12-dart rotating barrel
- Dart storage in the blaster’s stock
- WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD – Small parts will be generated. Not for children under 3 years.
- Ages 8 and up
Buzz Bee’s new Ultra Tek line brought many things, but the most significant is their adoption of a clip (mag) system. The Ultra Tek 8/Champion is the smallest of these new blasters. The combination of a clip (mag) system and Elite-competitive performance allows Buzz Bee to properly challenge and compete with Nerf.
Disclosure: The Ultra Tek 8 was sent to me by Buzz Bee for review, so thanks to them for their contribution. As usual, their contribution will not bias the review in any way.
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The Buzz Bee Sidewinder is a formidable-looking blaster. With its massive 30 dart drum, it has the kind of presence that would give an adversary pause. It also has the potential to be a really solid performer, but is handicapped by the manufacturer in such an odd way that we didn’t quite know how to review it. Do we review the blaster as it was sent to us (and as it appears on store shelves), or do we review it the way it should be used? Perhaps we’ll do a little of both.
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