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NERF Doomlands 2169 Vagabond Blaster (Multi-Colour)

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You have also got 12 rounds to play with, double most blasters of this style, so it can do a pretty good job of covering fire when needed. Accuracy and Range

Looking at the grip, the handle feels a little weird initially as the angle is very steep for a blaster the size of this. Once you get used to it it’s not uncomfortable so there’s no problem there. The Lawbringer appeared in 2015 as part of the 2169 Doomlands range. While it does not say “Elite” anywhere on it, the Doomlands 2169 range is made to the same internal specifications as the Elite N-Strike blasters. This means the power and range should be similar, just with a post-apocalyptic edge rather than the sci-fi styling of the N-Strike Elite range. To load, the 12 darts need to go into the cylinder. A dozen darts is a pretty good capacity for a cylinder and it is fixed in the blaster, you don’t need to push a button to eject it. You load each dart from the front with the plastic tip pointing away from the cylinder in the direction of fire. You can rotate it freely to load the next spare slot in the cylinder. However it is too large to realistically be slung as a secondary blaster, but has no magazines or slam-fire to make it an obvious primary weapon.

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The grip itself is large enough for a large hand like mine but also works well for smaller hands too – it makes me wonder why NERF don’t do more grips like this rather than squashing things up as they’ve done with the Hyperfire. Essentially an overgrown Hammershot (and nothing wrong with that!) that is great fun, looks cool and, in the right circumstances, makes a great Primary blaster. Doomlands Lawbringer Review We’re not sure why but for some reason we really like the NERF Doomlands 2169 Lawbringer blaster. It may be that is reminds us of Judge Dredd or that it can fire up to 12 darts before reloading, either way, we love it! No slam fire, so the rate of fire is not the fastest, but adequate once you get the hang of fanning it

round drum gives you a good capacity and ability to partially reload make it a good blaster for games that require a lot of scrabbling around for ammo. Hammer-action priming means no batteries required and it can be primed one-handed, great for games like capture the flag where you could use a spare hand. Another nice touch is that the shell is transparent, so when you operate the priming mechanism you can see it all operate which is very cool. The blaster comes completely assembled. All you have to do is pop in the 12 darts that come in a separate bag and you are ready to go. Design & Ergonomics The Double Dealer has an insane 24 dart capacity thanks to the inclusion of two, horizontally loaded, clips meaning you can keep blasting for longer! The iconic Doomlands transparent window inclusion also massively helps out on the Double Dealer, each clip is transparent meaning you can see how many darts you have left (it is also pretty cool to see your clip deplete as you deliver justice across the field).The NERF Doomlands 2169 Negotiator continues the trend of ironic blaster naming. If you liked the Doomlands Persuader but though it was a little too small then you may be interested in the Negotiator. Starting from the front of this blaster at the stubby muzzle, you will find a sling point, however, it does not have an N-Strike attachment so you cannot put on barrel extensions. This is not much of a surprise as this is not an N-Strike blaster, and the 2169 Doomlands range has a different aesthetic. You can partially re-load the large 12 round drum as it is front loading, so it is operational as soon as a single round is loaded. The Doomlands series was originally known as Badlands during development, evident from images of the Lawbringer prototype. [1] On the top it features an iron sight and two tactical rails, so there is a good amount of scope (excuse the pun!) for customizing it with your choice of accessories (sold separately of course).

So overall opinion of the Lawbringer is that it is a whole lot of fun and in some wars, this will make an ideal weapon of choice. It is definitely worth your consideration. This blaster is as simple and practical as you can get – there are no batteries needed, you just stuff the darts in, prime it and you are ready to fire. Sure magazines will carry more ammo per load, but when it comes time to reload and you don’t have any extra mags this will be the blaster you want. CAUTION: Do not aim at eyes or face. TO AVOID INJURY: Use only darts designed for this product. Do not modify darts or dart blaster. Incredibly good fun and comfortable to use, it feels like shooting a sawn-off shotgun from the hip! The internals are made to the same spec as the Elite blasters and we actually got a slightly higher than average set of figures for the muzzle velocity, averaging 73FPS.

It's never too late to be a kid. Sure, technically it is, but that's your adult brain at work. With the right state of imagination and a few helpful tools, you can relive your youth. So is it nothing more than a cool looking blaster or does it have a place in a serious NERFers collection? Unboxing & Getting Started The Impact Zone sub-series features blasters with a more futuristic design compared to standard Doomlands blasters. One of the things we love about the NERF Doomlands 2169 blasters are the names. Hasbro obviously took some artistic license thinking these bad boys up and the Persuader blaster is no different.

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