Just like with real guns, Nerf guns can also be classified into categories: full auto and semi-auto, as well as manual firing guns. Nerf is a great game to play among kids and teens due to the jam-packed action that does not hurt others – just plain fun and excitement on aiming at your targets.
The problem with different Nerf gun categories is that some of them are not meant for a certain skill level or situation. For instance, full auto can be great for beginners while semi-auto and manual ones are the best for higher skilled kids and teens.
Full Auto Nerf Gun
Here are some of our best reviews of the different full auto Nerf guns:
This Nerf gun is able to fire up to 5 darts per second if its batteries have been fully charged. It has a range of up to 27 meters or 90 feet, which means that it’s really powerful and great for long distance at the same time.
There are a total of 25 elite darts that come along with this HyperFire blaster for your convenience. There are also instructions in case you don’t know how to operate this elite blaster. When it comes down to its power source, you only need 4 D-sized batteries for it to run. The rum can fit up to 25 darts in one go.
|5 darts per secondThe long range of 90 feet25 darts come free with the blasterLightweight to carry around for a zombie apocalypse||The jam clearing door is a little bit hard to open|
This red blaster comes with a total of 40 rounds that can easily blast to the target due to the high impact design. It is able to reach speeds up to 100 fps or 30 MPs. The capacity of this blaster is up to 40 rounds, which is really strong for a Nerf blaster.
Because it is fully motorized like all of our picks here, you will feel at ease when aiming. There is also the useful acceleration button to release all 40 rounds quickly for rapid fire purposes. There is also a trigger lock to keep the enemies busy, while there is also a tactical rail to mount any accessories that you may want with this full auto Nerf gun.
|Comes with a total of 40 roundsCan rapid fire up to 40 rounds at onceHas a tactical rail for accessoriesHas an acceleration button for rapid fire||Does not come with a rechargeable battery|
If you want a really massive striker blaster then this one is for you. Its drum can take up to 24 darts in just one go and is made up to 3 pieces altogether. The drum cage is also pretty durable and is backed by 2 drum covers to keep your ammunition protected as much as possible. It can be able to fire darts up to 30 meters or 100 feet per second, which can be a blast! (pun intended).
The rotating drum assures that all rounds can be fired in succession. The Nerf gun will only need 6 D-sized batteries for it to run. All the 24 darts are included as well so you can use it right away. Made for the big guys, this one comes with a handy shoulder strap to keep its weight minimal while in the battlefield.
|Fires darts up to 100 feetUp to 24 darts can be fired in successionHas a durable design||May not be suitable for younger kids due to its weight and power|
This sleek designed full-auto Nerf gun is able to hold up to 18 darts in just one go. It is also see-through so that you can check whether your ammunition is still intact or if you need to reload. It can work with any N-strike blaster due to the elite darts design. You can also use the acceleration trigger of the Nerf gun, which powers up the motor for rapid firing.
Like with most Nerf guns, the jam clearing door work as intended, and each dart can go for up to 27 meters or 90 feet of distance. It only takes 4 C batteries for it to run. Each bullet can go for as fast as 2 to 3 seconds of time on the average. Like with most Nerf darts, they do not sting or hurt.
|Can rapid fire up to 18 darts at onceDarts can work with all N-strike blaster Nerf modelsHas a good distance of 90 feet||Batteries can be a little expensive|
This Nerf blaster is not only fully motorized but is also made with a high capacity hopper feed, which makes it able to fire rapidly in a very quick amount of time. You can also choose between red or blue for your team color, and it comes with a total of 100 rounds. This pack of rounds can be easily loaded onto the hopper of the Rival Nemesis, which is quite massive as compared to the storage of other Nerf guns.
This blaster requires only 6 D-sized batteries to run and is also useful for other things because it sports a trigger lock and tactical rail that you can use for other accessories at hand.
|Has a tactical rail for mounting itemsHas a trigger lock for easy operationCan load up to 100 rounds at the same timeHas a high capacity hopper feed||Batteries might be a little expensive or drain too fast|
This unique blaster is able to fire up to 12 rounds at once and it is even packed with flip-up sights so that you can be able to get a more accurate shot when you are using the Nerf gun. It is able to fire up to 100 feet per second while its magazine is very easy to load due to the transparent design. The trigger lock, tactical rails and ambidextrous magazine release all help out for this gun to be tactical in nature.
The ambidextrous design can help even left-handed people while the tactical rails can help you attach your favorite Nerf accessories at hand. Like with most Nerf guns, it has a trigger lock and jam clearing door so that you can worry less about jamming when you are in the battlefield.
|Has a flip-up sight setHas two tactical rails for different accessoriesTransparent magazine designHas an ambidextrous design||Reloading takes some practice with the cartridge|
If you want a really heavy duty blaster then this one is for you. It has a total of 2 drums, both of which can hold 25 Elite Darts each. Its 2 alternating barrels with motorized blasting can help you easily prey on your targets without as much moving a muscle due to the rapid-fire mechanism. The set includes 50 darts, 2 dart drums for 25 darts, the tripod and instructions on how to use it.
The tripod or the base lets you easily move the blaster to whichever direction you want. It also helps you to stabilize your shots in case you have a pair of shaky hands, or are riding in a moving vehicle.
|Has a tripod for shot accuracyCan hold up to 50 darts in total at onceHas a total of 2 drums to hold 25 darts each||Can be too loud|
This blaster is able to fire up to 75 feet of distance, making it great for friendly neighborhood battles. It comes with a total of 18 darts and is able to hold those Elite darts in the blaster. It is made with safe materials so it will not hurt your child or neighbor seriously. The see-through design of the clip that holds all of the darts can help you to see whether you need to reload or not.
There is an acceleration trigger, which is useful and powers up the motor for rapid firing, especially in very sticky situations. Only 4 C-size batteries are needed for you to use this blaster. You can also use the Nerf Mission App Tactical Rail Mount for this blaster.
|Has a see-through clip to let you know when it is time to reloadHas a good distance of 75 feet per secondCan hold up to 18 darts at onceHas an acceleration trigger||May have slight jams but only on the first uses|
Full Auto Vs Semi Auto Vs Manual Nerf Gun
There are different types of Nerf guns out there in terms of operation. So how are full auto, semi-auto and manual Nerf guns differ? Let’s have a look at their characteristics:
- Great for beginners
- Good for those with lack of precision
- Increases your rate of fire
- A little bit more expensive but depends on the brand
- Also has a good amount of distance, but not as much as manual ones
- Great for intermediate skill Nerf gunners
- Good for those with intermediate level of precision and accuracy
- Fewer magazines to buy so fewer expenses in general
- Has a good amount of distance, speed, and rate of fire balance
- Great for advanced or higher skilled gunners
- Great for closing in on targets unnoticed due to quiet design
- Does not require batteries and too much maintenance
- Can be hard to use for those who are new to Nerf
- Can reach up to higher distances due to spring action
When it comes down to the type of Nerf gun that you have, for beginners, we’d definitely recommend the full auto, especially to those who aren’t very good at aiming their targets properly yet. Which of these awesome full-auto Nerf guns did you like and why?