|Blaster type||Single-fire clip-fed dart blaster|
|Stock ammunition type||Mega Darts|
|Stock capacity||5 (clip)|
|Average retail price||19.99 USD|
|This product has been discontinued. It cannot be purchased in retail stores.
Unlike other blasters in the Max Force line, the Sawtooth does not resemble any sort of animal. Rather, it has a design down the front of the blaster that resembles a large mouth of sharp teeth.
It features an integrated shoulder stock that can be collapsed into the blaster itself.
The Sawtooth was the first Nerf blaster to use a form of clip. The blaster comes with two yellow clips that hold five Mega Darts each. It was also the first blaster to have a detachable scope and barrel extension. These features were very original at the time, unlike modern times with the clip system and tactical rail accessories.
|Firing range||10/10||The Sawtooth can fire distances of up to forty feet.|
|Accuracy||10/10||This blaster is one of the most accurate blasters ever made. It hits almost every single target with ease.|
|Reliability||3/10||Being the first blaster to use clips, the Sawtooth jammed rather easily.|
|Rate of fire||7/10||This blaster fires about one dart per second.|
|Capacity||4/10||This blaster holds up to five darts at a time in one of its packaged clips.|
|6.7/10||The Sawtooth is one of the most accurate blasters ever made. However, it suffers from poor reliability, due to it being Nerf's first clip-fed blaster.|
- Sawtooth instructions on the Hasbro website
|Max Force blasters|
|Eagle Eye • Gator • Iron Raptor • Mad Hornet • Manta Ray • Rattler • Razorbeast • Sawtooth|
Stinging Scarab • Warthog • Whiptail Scorpion