Nerf Lawbringer Review
- NOTE: This version comes in simple brown packaging
- Lawbringer blaster has hammer-action blasting
- 12-dart rotating barrel
- Dart storage in the blaster's stock
- Includes blaster, 12 darts and instructions.
Today it’s about the Lawbringer Blaster from the new Nerf Doomlands universe. Personally, I like this series incredibly well regarding design – I’m just into end-time scenarios ala Mad Max. I’ll provide you with as much information as possible with all information about this law-bringer. Have fun!
Details about Lawbringer
- Series: Nerf Doomlands 2169
- Length of the weapon: About 60cm.
- Weight: Approx. 700g without ammunition.
- Fire modes: single shot.
- Shot frequency: 2 darts per second.
- Ammunition holder: 12-Dart drum magazine.
- Max. Range: A maximum of 19.5 meters in the test of blasterhub.com.
As usual, this Doomland Blaster presents itself in rust-orange robe. Transparent housing parts allow a view of the interior. Together with the drum magazine, the optics form a recognizable homage to the Wild West – the name is also typical of this scenario. Likewise, one is reminded as a connoisseur of the Hammershot from the Nerf Zombie Strike series, which also exhibits technically some parallels to the Nerf Lawbringer. All in all, this is a handy, optically well-made blaster with shoulder rest. The latter also offers space for up to 12 darts, which are always at hand.
Here you put on a particularly large drum magazine with up to 12 darts. The drum is easy to turn – easier than many other models – and just as lightly loaded. Ready for fire, you make the direct piston of the Nerf Lawbringers with a pull on the cocking lever. This is easy with one hand and so you can get easily two Lawbringer Dual Welden. The Blaster is very reliable and flexible and requires no batteries.
Nerf Lawbringer Mod
The top of the Lawbringer offers the user two tactical rails that you can equip with riflescope or similar. Furthermore, you will find two eyelets, through which you can pull a strap. On the whole, it was already. If you like rummaging with the Modulus Kits, you might be a bit disappointed with the Lawbringer, but there are other Nerfs for that.
If you’re looking for more reach, you will not pass a tuning feather. Since the Nerf Lawbringer does not have the best performance, that makes sense at this point. Here you will find the right pen: To offer. Whether there will be a mod for the trigger in the future, as with the Hammershot, is not yet known – if there is any information, you can find it here.
The Nerf Lawbringer in the field test
I like the drum magazine: it is just super reliable, easy to load and also very gentle on the dart – the only drawback in Lawbringer tests is the slow reload speed. In any case, I would not mind if you stayed true to the drum in the DoomLands series. Let’s get to the range: This is, despite the many parallels regarding appearance and technology, slightly worse than the Hammershot. At more than 19.5 meters one did not come, and most darts landed even a few meters further back. Small consolation: With the right tuning spring you solve the problem.
Our conclusion: The Lawbringer has just style. Technically, he also likes, because he is very robust and reliable and also protects the darts used. With a suitable spring, you can also help the slightly worse range on the jumps. Overall, he fits perfectly into the new SciFi Wild West scenario and will get a buy recommendation from me – does he like you? Then grab it!