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KMD Wii Buckshot with Intergrated Analog Controller Chrome Red

by KMD
Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone
25 customer reviews

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  • Pump feature to access the B button for a smooth reload
  • Trigger accesses the A button
  • Controller with similar functions to a Wii Nunchuck integrated into the handle
  • Rubber grips ensure a firm hold-Compatible with your favorite Wii shooting games!
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Product Description

Lock and load! The Buckshot contains a controller with similar function to a Wii Nunchuck integrated into the handle, and hosts a pump reload feature in order to access the B button, while the trigger accesses the A button giving you the feel that you're actually blasting away baddies! The rubber grips ensure an easy hold and the fastest reload time, making it ideal for such games as Call of Duty 3, Call of Duty: World at War, Links Crossbow Training, House of the Dead 2 & 3 Return, House of the Dead: Overkill, Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles, James Bond: Quantum of Solace, Medal of Honor: Heroes 2, and much more!

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  • ASIN: B002OO8PES
  • Product Dimensions: 3.3 x 3 x 0.9 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: January 1, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,325 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By B. Cooper on June 25, 2011
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<<< Please Note That I Have Included Pictures to Go Along With My Review of the Buckshot. These Can Be Seen In the Product Description Photos Above. Sections of My Review Related to These Pictures Are Referenced by (@Photo) Below >>

I originally purchased the newer model of the Wii Crossfire to replace the Zapper and Wii Remote. I was not quite satisfied with the product and ended up returning it to Amazon (See my full review below). Ultimately, I decided I wanted to play more old-fashioned arcade style shooters that had less convoluted control schemes. I decided to keep the following games, and sell off the rest:

1.) House of the Dead 2 & 3 Return
2.) Ghost Squad
3.) Arcade Hits Pack: NY Gunblade and LA Machineguns
4.) Link's Crossbow

The remainder of my light-gun games can use any sort of Peripheral and only require using A + B. I regularly watch Classic Game Room Reviews on Youtube, and thought the Wii Buckshot looked like an interesting concept given his glowing praise.

***Since the limitations of the Buckshot's design (limited access to buttons) would not be a problem for me, I decided to give it a try. I already KNEW that the buttons would be inaccessible before I made the purchase, so this is not heavily factored into my review.

The buckshot is quite large (4 inches longer than the zapper) and heavy (2x the weight of the zapper with nunchuk included), as other reviewers have stated. The pump-load on the bottom is very wide (wider than a real shotgun), which feels a little odd when holding. *(@Photo) Due to the length you really cant hold it out in front of you to use.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Grim on January 14, 2015
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Not sure about all the complaints on weight for this gun, as the photos show the gun is easily held with one hand, and only weighs 1lb. 5oz. with the WiiMote installed. I'm inclined to say that if you can't hold up less then a pound and a half, then you might want to reconsider stating it publicly. To top it off, the gun isn't meant to be held with one hand anyways. It's designed as a pump action shotgun, one hand on the grip/trigger, the other on the pump-action. Trying to play with one hand would remove all the functionality of the A button ... pretty daft thing to do in a shooter game. As for the size of the pump-action ... it's not any different then the pump-action on a real shotgun.

If anything, I actually wish the gun was a bit heavier ... more aluminum, less plastic. I'm sort of nervous about how the plastic would handle an accidental drop. Really though, if you think this is heavy, you've clearly never spent any time holding or firing a real gun. Even a small pistol is heavier then this thing.

My only slight niggle is that I had to add a few "shims" to get the WiiMote to sit higher up in the gun to get the pump-action (A button) to work. As you can see in the pictures I added 3 soft side Velcro circles into the cradle area and the gun works flawlessly. The other advantage is that one of the circles acts as a protective buffer, preventing scratches to the surface of the A button. In truth though, I've had to do something of this nature to every Wii gun accessory I've tried though (check out the rubber band on the comparison gun).

I guess the real summation is this ... anyone want a Dreamgear Dual Trigger Light Blaster Plus? Because I certainly won't be using mine any more now that I have the Buckshot!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By T. J. Boone on January 17, 2010
If you like shooting zombies, you have to have one of these. Forget the Wii Zapper!! Like another reviewer said, THIS is the gun RoboCop would use to kill zombies. Please keep in mind that the gun is fairly heavy and the trigger will wear on you finger after awhile (just pop a Band-aid on it before you start and you'll be fine), but I cannot come up with a single negative thing to say about this weapon. Highly recommended.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By TheOldDuke on December 29, 2010
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As something of a Wii gunshell nut, when I first saw the Buckshot Lock and Load, I knew I had to have it. Now that it's here, I discovered a few things I hadn't thought of previously.

First off, it is incredibly well-built. It feels solid in your hands, the trigger has good pull to it, and the pump action feels very smooth (after a few pumps to break it in at first it was a little stiff and jerky, and it liked to hang on the last inch or so when resettling.) The chrome finish looks great, and the rubberized grips feel good under your palms.

It doesn't come with any instructions, but it's easy enough to figure out. ALWAYS USE THE RIBBON WHEN INSERTING THE WII REMOTE! The first time, I ignored it, and I had a devil of a time trying to remove the remote.

The integrated nunchuck works wonderfully, though for me, it feels a little odd pushing a control stick with my right hand. But then, I'm not used to dual control sticks, so anyone used to an XBox or Playstation controller probably wouldn't have an issue. The control stick seems to have a tiny bit more tension than the Nintendo Nunchuck's, but I personally like that; it feels more solid.

As far as gameplay, though, I have yet to find very many practical uses for the Buckshot overall. The Wiimote is completely sealed and isolated inside the gun, so if you want to use anything other than the A or B buttons, you'll have to open the little door on top to do it, which is really a hassle when you're busy shooting zombies/terrorists/whatever.

So far, I have tested this with Ghost Squad, Red Steel 2, and Goldeneye Wii, and only Ghost Squad is really applicable to the Buckshot.
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