Nerf Modulus Regulator

Last updated: July 23, 2021

Nerf Modulus Regulator

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Product Details

In our analysis of 58 expert reviews, the Nerf Modulus Regulator placed 13th when we looked at the top 16 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Kids can build their blaster for any mission or battle with the fully motorized Nerf Regulator blaster! With SwitchFire Technology, choose 1 of 3 firing modes; flip the switch to choose single-fire to fire 1 dart per trigger pull; select burst-fire to blast several darts per trigger pull; and switch to continuous-fire to continuously fire the darts. Load darts into both 12-dart clips, insert 1 into the blaster and store the other 1 in the storage stock. Power up the motor by holding down the acceleration button, and then let the darts fly! The indicator light blinks to let battlers know the clip is empty. Customize the blaster with the swivel handle to stabilize shots and the 2 barrel-scopes that can be used as barrel extensions or targeting scopes. Expand the customizing options with Nerf Modulus accessories and upgrade kits (each sold separately). With the full Nerf Modulus system, create over 1000 different combinations!

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Yes, it’s a NERF pistol for around a fiver. Don’t be deceived by this single-shot, manual-powered blaster. This is most certainly one for your undercover arsenal, when the ammo in all your bigger blasters has been spent. The Jolt punches well above its weight in both the distance it shoots and in its power. But it only holds one dart, so you’d better have good aim. For extra fun, go head to head, one dart each, in a Man With The Golden Gun style.
The Regulator is a fine blaster platform, and its features work as advertised. So on the basis of meeting claims, I can’t help but give it a recommendation. The attachments are solidly built and (in the case of the stock) better than previous versions. The various fire settings all work.
Here's the reason for Regulator name: you can regulate the amount of darts this thing fires. You have a choice of one, three, and continuous. Select one and the blaster will fling just a single dart when you pull the trigger. Remember this is a motorised fly-wheel blaster; the kind, like the Hyperfire, that usually just keep blasting until the clip is empty. Flick to three, and each trigger press will shoot off three darts. The blaster contains a sensor on the indie that actually watches for the darts flying by, shutting off the dart feeder after three go by. Clever.
The Nerf Modulus Regulator, is the first Nerf Gun to come out with 3 options of Select Fire, that allow you to pull the trigger once and fire one Nerf Dart, pull the trigger once to fire 3 Nerf Darts, or hold down the trigger to fire all 12 Nerf Darts! The attachments that come with The Regulator are a stock attachment that also holds another 12 Nerf Dart Magazine, 2 barrel attachments that allow you to use both at once, and a grip attachment that allows your to hip fire easier!

What reviewers didn't like

The warning light for empty magazines and the slow trigger response are annoying, but they’re not dealbreakers.
Blinking Light When Empty. 4 C Batteries
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