|Series||Max Force/Max Force 2112|
|Blaster type||Air-powered dart blaster|
|Stock ammunition type||Micro Darts|
|Average retail price||14.99 USD|
|This product has been discontinued. It cannot be purchased in retail stores.
It comes packaged with six Micro Darts.
It slightly resembles a hornet to keep in the theme with the Max Force blasters.
It was Nerf's first air powered blaster to feature a trigger.
It was initially planned for a 1996 release, appearing in 1996 catalogs. However, it was delayed until a 1997 release because of a safety issues with the sting meter on the blaster, which could cause injuries if it came in contact with soft or sensitive body parts such as eyes. 
Later in 1997, it was re-released under the Max Force 2112 line.
|Firing range||8/10||This blaster has a firing range of thirty feet.|
|Accuracy||9/10||The Mad Hornet is a very accurate blaster.|
|Reliability||10/10||This blaster cannot jam.|
|Rate of fire||10/10||This blaster can fire five darts a second.|
|Capacity||10/10||The blaster can hold six darts at a time.|
|9.4/10||While this blaster is very accurate, the Mad Hornet has an average firing range. It is a rather historical Nerf blaster, but simply does not hold up to the modern day demand for blasters.|
- ↑ NC Review - Nerf Mad Hornet(TM). NerfCenter.com.
- ↑ Nerf Mad Hornet | Review | Nerf Toy | Dart Strike. dartstrike.com.
|Max Force blasters|
|Eagle Eye • Gator • Iron Raptor • Mad Hornet • Manta Ray • Rattler • Razorbeast • Sawtooth|
Stinging Scarab • Warthog • Whiptail Scorpion