Nerf Zombie Strike Slingfire Blaster Review

Model: Nerf Zombie Strike Slingfire BlasterHighlightsPriceRating
The sling fire mechanism allows for easy rapid firing ,
add a barrel drum to make it more exciting and shoot up to 25 darts. The sound
when firing this model is cool but quiet enough to play
in a neighbourhood when people are sleeping.Although made of plastic,
we've found the build quit robust which means
it can take a few bashing around. We also found the design
visually appealing and gives off that
wild west type of theme.
Nerf-Gun-Tick-IconSilent firing

Nerf-Gun-Tick-IconSling shot mechanism

Nerf-Gun-Tick-IconHolds a 'minimum' 6 darts

Nerf-Gun-Tick-IconRobust build
$$4.4/5

Nerf-Zombie-Strike-SlingFire-Blaster-Review

Ultrastrike Price Discovery

It would be silly to sit and wait for a zombie invasion to start without preparation when you could be ready for the attack with the Nerf Zombie Strike Slingfire Blaster. This gun will help you fight the invading zombies and defend yourself against the undead. Experience the excitement and realize why this is the best weapon to protect yourself from those zombies trying to attack and hit you!

The unique swing action to reload makes it an exciting and fun weapon to use. It is also much quicker and more efficient than the traditional method.Simply swing the lever to ready it for firing! It is easy, it is fun, and it is definitely very useful.

It features a firing trigger which is in the shape of a real blade trigger. Due to its swing action design, it is possible to use this weapon with just one hand. In this Nerf Zombie Strike Slingfire Blaster review we will cover some of its features and our take on this particular cool model:

SOUND

The Slingfire sounds just right! With enough noise to give the feel of holding a weapon, to just the right softness in the sound to not disturb the neighbours, if your living in a quite neighbourhood. While testing out this Slingfire we found it fun just hearing the noise of the darts being shot.

Although in most situations, you can expect the sound to be subdued by the noises made by your enemies or team mates running and screaming around when in action.

FIRING RANGE

Reloading is the most fun part of this gun! Swing it and sling it to reload the Slingfire with a new dart and fire away. To fire, you need to reload the gun each time. The rate of fire depends on how fast you can swing the weapon, but just remember that you have up to six Zombie strike darts before you run out of ammo, so we always recommend carrying extras.

Whilst testing out the Slingfire, were able to fire one dart a sec, which is fairly quick for a mechanism like this one. Personally we think the single fire gun is suitable for those who have a quick sleight of hand.

RANGE

The firing range of the Slingfire is an impressive 40 feet, Although when shot at an angle, it can go up to an impressive 75 feet which we were able to achieve, this means you can reach your zombie foes with ease and defend yourself from the undead’s invasion.

BUILD QUALITYNerf-Zombie-Strike-Slingfire-Blaster-Box

It is important to not forget that Nerf guns are made of plastic and are supposed to be toys. We found the build quality of the Slingfire a bit chunky but on the positive side as this makes it robust. We wouldn’t recommend this to any child under the age of 6 considering the weight, and the fact that the reload process is done by swinging the weapon through the lever action, if the user is not strong enough to perform this, then users using the gun may find it a challenge.

CONCLUSION

The Slingfire is a great model to the Zombie strike range. The sound when firing the gun adds to the affects and great for playing in quite areas. Although made of plastic, it would take a lot hammering to break this Nerf gun.

The Slingfire is definitely a very nice addition to the series and has been warmly received by Nerf Gun enthusiast because of its lever action, we would definitely recommend this if you after something a little different and don’t want the common finger trigger like most of the Nerf gun ranges.

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