The Stryfe is being discontinued by NERF. So should you get one of these semi-auto, compact and powerful blasters before they all sell-out?
The NERF Zombie Strike Hammershot Blaster is one of the many NERF secondary sidearm blasters available, but what makes it stand out (apart from the bright orange paint-scheme and zombified detailing!) is that it is a real one-handed sidearm as it can be primed one handed.
Having a NERF sidearm you can fire with one hand is great, but what about the handling, accuracy and range and are five darts enough for a secondary blaster?
The NERF Disruptor was released in winter of 2016 as part of the N-Strike Elite series. It is a 6 shot revolver style sidearm and bears more than a passing resemblance to the hugely popular Strongarm but without the drop cylinder, instead using a front loading design.
The big question is, does this change make it a better proposition than the Strongarm or is it just a cost saving exercise by Hasbro?
In replacing the Maverick, the Strongarm has a lot to live up to, but an updated, Elite N-Strike version of a classic NERF blaster sounds like a good thing, but how does it perform?
Let’s break the features down one by one and explain what the Strongarm can do and how it ranks as a secondary blaster.