The 9 Best Nerf Bows And Arrows
This wiki has been updated 22 times since it was first published in March of 2018. If you’ve got an energetic archer in the house or are simply in the mood to ignite an office turf war, check out these Nerf bows and arrows. They run the gamut from budget-friendly to heavy-duty and boast a plethora of fun features, like red-dot sights and ammunition clips, and the single-shot designs are great for cosplay. For safety, protective eyewear should be worn at all times during play. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.
February 11, 2021:
Which Nerf bow is best for you will depend heavily on what element of these toys interests you most. If you're only interested in the aesthetics of a bow, you may be best served by options like the Zombie Strike Outbreaker, N-Strike StratoBow, and Rebelle EverFierce. Internally these toys aren't really any different from a typical Nerf gun, and their main advantage compared to more realistic bows is that they offer multi-shot clips. These are plenty fun for many users, but those who want an authentic experience will be better off choosing something like a Zombie Strike Wrathbolt or a Dude Perfect Signature. These models use specialized projectiles that mimic a real arrow much more closely than a standard Nerf dart, and their functional strings and bow arms are more satisfying for users who want to simulate real archery.
October 30, 2019:
If you already have an impressive arsenal of Nerf guns and are looking for a refreshing change of pace, check out these bow and arrow sets. They’re sure to help anyone improve their aim and hand-eye coordination – all while ensuring a fast-paced, heart-racing battle.
Coming on board today is the Rebel EverFierce, which is equipped with a gold-tone chain and three charms (with themes of “champion,” “leadership” and “strength”) that can be worn as a bracelet or attached to the handle. This eye-catching choice is colored in fuchsia, with gold embellishments. It’s equipped with four darts that can be loaded at once, for rapid firing – and it’ll launch them up to an impressive 75 feet. It’s quite affordable at the time of this writing, making it a more budget friendly choice when compared to many others.
Leaving the list in this update is the Epic Action, due to issues with availability. While Nerf bow and arrow sets are made with soft arrows or darts to help ensure safe play, protective eyewear should be worn at all times.