Nerf Doomlands The Judge

Feb 3, 2017

Category: Gear

With the intent of sating everyone’s collective thirst for the apocalypse – thanks, Mad Max – Nerf created their Doomlands line of foam dart guns. While they are all pretty cool, none of the line really stood out to us as anything truly special. That is, until now. Nerf has announced that they are going to be releasing this insanely beefy revolving shotgun as a part of the line. And it’s called The Judge.

As beefy as Nerf guns can come, this one definitely takes the cake. It houses a massive rotating drum that houses ten chambers of three-shots each. That means one full rotation of this gun when fully loaded elicits 30 darts fired. While it might actually be the most ridiculous non-custom Nerf gun we’ve ever seen, it also happens to be one of the most badass. When it’s finally released The Judge will retail for $60. [Purchase]

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