Top 10: NERF Zombie Strike Blasters

Do you want to “defend humanity against a zombie invasion” or are you just looking for a slightly funkier NERF blaster? Either way, our NERF Zombie Strike Top 10 will help you pick out the right (Zombie themed) blaster. NERF’s Zombie strike range includes some of the most innovative and fun blasters on the market so don’t let the styling fool you, these are some of the best blasters you can get! If you are looking for an overall round up of the best blasters then head over to our ultimate top 10 of all NERF blasters, here. If you are looking for something with a bit more punch the why not check in on the NERF Elite Mega range top 10, here.

The Best NERF Zombie Strike Blaster

NERF Zombie Strike SlingFire Blaster

Nerf Zombie Strike SlingFire Blaster

Features

Features lever-action blasting

Cocks 2 ways: Swing lever or flick to cock with 1 hand

Includes 6-dart clip

Includes 6 Zombie Strike darts

Features NERF Tactical Rail: Customize your blaster

The NERF Zombie Strike SlingFire Blaster is a great addition to any NERF arsenal, even if you aren’t looking to defend against Zombie hoards. Besides having some impressive range, the SlingFire has a couple of unique tricks up its sleeve or barrel. Featuring both lever action for an authentic blasting action or “hold and flick” for one handed reloading; this blaster lets you choose the way you want to play.

The SlingFire comes fully loaded, including not only 6 Zombie Strike darts but also a handy 6-Dart clip which means you will always have enough darts to NERF your enemies (Zombies) away! If you are looking for an easy to use and fun blaster which comes with everything you need out of the box then look no further than the Zombie Strike SlingFire.

The Rest: For Your Consideration

NERF Zombie Strike Brainsaw Blaster

Nerf Zombie Strike Brainsaw Blaster

Features

1 dart fire rate

Pump Action reload

Rip-Cord Spinning saw blade

Includes 8 Zombie Strike darts

The NERF Zombie Strike Brainsaw blaster may not be one for raining darts down on the blaster field but it is definitely a blaster to make your opponents (Zombies) think twice before taking you on. The Strike Brainsaw’s biggest draw is the oversized spinning sawblade on the front end (don’t worry it is foam, so no lost limbs), simply pull on the rip-cord located at the back of the blaster and set the blade spinning. Combine a spinning foam blade with some pump-action NERF blasting and you have a terrifying mix!

The Zombie Strike Brainsaw fires one dart at a time and is reloaded via a pump-action handle. It may not be the fastest way to blast but we have always enjoyed the traditional pump-action reload, add some Zombies into the equation and you have a good time on your hands. The Brainsaw also comes with a bountiful supply of darts (8 in total) so you can get straight into the game. Load up your darts, pull the rip-cord and get blasting!

NERF Zombie Strike Hammershot Blaster

Nerf Zombie Strike Hammershot Blaster

Features

1 dart fire rate

Hammer-action blasting

Holds 5 Zombie Strike darts

One-handed blasting

Includes Zombie Strike stencils

Things don’t get much simpler than the NERF Zombie Strike Hammershot blaster, simple cock with your thumb, pull the trigger and send some darts your opponent’s way. If you ever fancied yourself as the lone survivor or wasteland rogue then you may want to check out the Hammershot, there is nothing more intimidating than calming cocking this blaster, taking aim and blaster everyone away. The Hammershot is also a great way to get in to NERF blasters, it is no nonsense and doesn’t have any additional features to worry about.

The blaster comes with 5 Zombie Strike darts so will work out of the box. The blaster can be fired and reloaded in one hand so you may even think about picking up two for some dual wielding!

NERF Zombie Strike Crosscut Blaster

Nerf Zombie Strike Crosscut Blaster

Features

1 dart fire rate

2-in-1 action: Spinning saw blade/Cocking

Includes 4 Zombie Strike darts

The NERF Zombie Strike Crosscut Blaster is a cut down version of the Zombie Strike Brainsaw, the fire rate is the same and the Crosscut has a mini saw blade of its own (once again foam!). The reason we like the Crosscut is that it features double loading which means once you have loaded your NERF darts into the vertically aligned barrels you can take two shots before a full reload. It also has the added benefit of spinning blade on the front! To get the blade spinning simply squeeze the secondary trigger located at the bottom of the blaster and away you go! If you have a hoard of Zombies bearing down on you, whip this blaster out and send them running (and pick a few off as they flee in terror!).

The Zombie Strike Crosscut comes with 4 darts and space for an additional dart so everything you need to get blasting out of the box.

NERF Zombie Strike Sledgefire Blaster

Nerf Zombie Strike Sledgefire Blaster

Features

Fires 3 darts at once

Features reloadable shells (holds 3 darts)

Includes 9 Zombie Strike darts

Stock Ammo storage

Includes Zombie Strike stencils

The NERF Zombie Strike Sledgefire Blaster is something a little special, when it comes to innovation the Sledgefire has it in the bucket load. If you are looking to completely dominate the blasting field with the sheer number of darts that you’re unloading then look no further.

The Sledgefire is the first blaster on our list which feature 3 dart blasting in one shot! What this basically means is that once you have loaded the Sledgefire with one of the 3 dart “shells” all you need to do is pull the trigger and blast those pesky zombies away/hit an friendly opponent with 3 foam darts. The blaster also features shell storage in the stock so you will never have to reach far for your reload.

If you are looking for a blaster which is about finesse and accuracy you will want to look elsewhere. The Zombie Strike Sledgefire is all about sheer firepower! Plus it comes with 9 Zombie strike darts!

NERF Zombie Strike ZED Squad Clear Shot Blaster

Nerf Zombie Strike ZED Squad Clear Shot Blaster

Features

Long-range targeting scope

One-handed blasting

Holds 4 darts

Includes 4 darts

There isn’t a whole lot to the NERF Zombie Strike ZED Squad Clear shot Blaster, although it does have an exceptional long name so let’s just call it the Clear Shot. The Clear Shot is a fun little blaster which features as NERF Long-range targeting scope, if you fancy yourself as a bit of a sniper but don’t want to get weighed down but a full on rifle then this may be the blaster for you.

The Long-range targeting scope makes use of NERF’s tactical rail technology so it is easy to pop on and off so don’t worry if you want to have this blaster tucked away; perfect to pull out on unsuspecting opponents. The Clear Shot is a one shot blaster but does have space to store 3 additional darts (the blaster comes with 4 darts) so reloading is a breeze. Simply pull back the cocking hammer and you can get blasting.

NERF Zombie Strike Side Strike Blaster

Nerf Zombie Strike Side Strike Blaster

Features

Quick draw action

Includes holster + belt clip

Additional dart storage compartment

Includes 4 Zombie Strike Darts

Are you are real quick-draw NERF-Slinger? If you answered yes then you need to get yourself the NERF Zombie Strike Side Strike blaster. The actual Side Strike blaster itself isn’t anything to write home about, featuring a single shot fire rate and simple draw back cocking mechanism but the real benefits come with the added extras.

The Side Strike comes with its own holster and belt clip meaning that you can have this little guy right at your side when the blasting gets tough. You may have zombies breathing down your neck or be cornered by your opponents but if you are packing the Side Strike then you don’t have to worry; quick draw and blast everyone away.

The Side Strike comes with 4 Zombie Strike darts and the holster features 3 dart storage. If you want to ensure you always have one last dart, pick up the Side Strike.

NERF Zombie Strike Outbreaker Bow

Nerf Zombie Strike Outbreaker Bow

Features

Crossbow action

5-dart rotating drum

1 dart fire rate

Includes 5 darts

Do you ever feel the need to get away from all of the high-tech, over-engineered blasters out there? Want to take things back to basics? Then check out the NERF Zombie Strike Outbreaker bow. Featuring real crossbow action, simply draw the bow string back to the handle notch and start delivering NERF justice one dart at a time. Reloading is a breeze thanks to a well-placed 5-dart rotating drum which sits under the bow arms; every time you pull the string back another dart will be loaded. Just be sure to fire your shot before you attempt to reload!

The NERF Zombie Strike Outbreaker bow is a simple pleasure and comes with 5 darts, enough to fill the included drum. Want to get a bit medieval in your blasting? Look no further.

NERF Zombie Strike Doublestrike Blaster

Nerf Zombie Strike Doublestrike Blaster

Features

Fires 2 darts in a row

Designed for one-handed firing

Includes 2 Zombie Strike darts

The NERF Zombie Strike Doublestrike blaster is for when you want to make things up close and personal. Built for one-handed battle the Doublestrike features 2 in a row firing, meaning once you have loaded your blaster, cocked and taken aim you can unleash two darts in a row! The Zombies won’t know what hit them!

Although the Doublestrike only comes with 2 Zombie Strike darts it gets a place in our list for the sheer brutality of double tap firing. Stalk the shadows and start taking down some Zombies!

NERF Zombie Strike Crossfire Bow Blaster

Nerf Zombie Strike Crossfire Bow Blaster

Features

Fires 2 darts in a row

Designed for one-handed firing

Includes 2 Zombie Strike darts

There is nothing particularly special about the NERF Zombie Strike Crossfire Bow blaster but we at NERF Reviews always hold a special place in our hearts for NERF crossbows. The Crossfire is very similar to the Zombie Strike Outbreaker but doesn’t include the 5-dart rotating drum so reloading is manual. Instead, the Crossfire has 3 slots for additional darts so you will always have some with you.

Overall, the Crossfire is a more manual version of the Outbreaker, if you are looking for something a little more lightweight and with less moving parts then this is the blaster for you. If you are looking for quick reloads but still want crossbow action then grab a Crossfire.