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The Doominator is a Nerf blaster that was released in fall of 2015[1] under the Zombie Strike series.

It comes packaged with twenty-four Zombie Strike Darts and instructions.


The Doominator is a revolver-style blaster with a rotating cylinder drum mechanism, similar to the FlipFury. The blaster has four six-dart cylinders which are rotated around by pulling a two-finger lever underneath the firing trigger.

The blaster has a short integrated shoulder stock. The priming handle is threaded and screws into the priming mechanism under the barrel. This can be attached in either a vertical or horizontal position, on either side of the blaster. An iron sight is built into the top of where the handle is attached, and matches with one above the muzzle. This blaster can be slam fired at user's will, although there are a few locks that impede it, so the action of slam firing is not very smooth. Placing the priming handle on the left or right side may help make it more suitable to slam fire.

It has one tactical rail and two sling points, one built into the shoulder stock and one in front of the cylinder drum.

Official description

Value packs

The Sams's Club-exclusive[citation needed] Doominator Value Pack includes a Doominator, alongside a Targeting Scope and fifty Zombie Strike Darts.


  • The name seems to be a portmanteau of the words "doom" and "dominator" (or "terminator").
  • The Doominator has the third highest stock capacity of any Zombie Strike blaster, having up to twenty-four darts in its cylinders. It's only behind the Ripchain with its twenty-five dart chain, and a value pack for the SlingFire, which includes a twenty-five dart drum.
  • The Doominator has the highest capacity of any Nerf revolver. In a distant second and third are the SurgeFire and the Lawbringer.



  1. 1.0 1.1 Walton, B. (2015-01-19). Exclusive: Nerf Unveils Zombie Strike Doominator Blaster, Darling (Article). Nerdist. Archived from the original on 2016-03-31. Retrieved on 2015-01-19.

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