Most Nerf players prefer to take out their enemies from a distance, using either an assault Nerf gun or a Sniper Nerf gun, but there are some that prefer getting up close and personal with their targets when they have to tag them. Those are the kind of people that Nerf shotguns were designed for!
What makes Nerf shotguns stand out from other Nerf guns, is the fact that they have been designed with close range use in mind. This means that a shotgun will not be of much use as far as sniping enemies is concerned, but should you be able to get close to your enemies, then there simply will be no place for them to hide. Nerf shotguns have been specially designed to be “spray and pray” weapons. In other words, they will allow you to unleash a vast number of Nerf darts at your opponents, making to impossible for them to take cover.
Nerf shotguns are the weapon of choice of many veteran nerfers, which is why there is a wide variety of models for you to choose from. Our Nerf shotgun reviews are here to help you make the right choice! Here are some of the things that we will talk about in them:
- Ammo capacity
As anyone who has played Call Of Duty or any other FPS game will tell you, shotguns are devastating weapons, but reloading them takes a long time and the last thing you want to do in a heated Nerf war game is reload your gun in the middle of an assault or a firefight! Our reviews will let you know exactly how many shots you will be able to get out of your shotgun before you reload. Speaking of reloading…
- Ammo loading and reloading systems
No matter how great the ammo capacity of a Nerf gun is, it will eventually run out of ammo. The faster you will be able to reload your gun, less the time that you will be unable to shoot back at your opponents. The same is true for Nerf shotguns, which is why our reviews will let you know what kind of ammo loading and reloading system each model is equipped with and about how long it will take you to load and reload it.
Like I said earlier, Nerf shotguns are not designed with accuracy in mind, they are designed with spreading darts in as large an area as possible. Our reviews will let you know. The bigger the spread, the better and most effective the shotgun. Our reviews will cover in detail the spread of each Nerf shotgun model.
Those are just some of the subjects that will be discussed in the Nerf shotgun section of our website. We sincerely hope that you enjoy your stay and that our reviews will help you pick the right Nerf gun for you and your team!