|Blaster type||Single-fire dart blaster (direct plunger)|
|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 three Micro Darts.
As the name implies it is supposed to resemble a scarab. It has no trigger and is instead fired by a plunger which snaps into the blaster. The scarab has wings on the blaster's shell, which are constructed of a translucent red plastic. Despite the interesting appearance, the wings do not have any function.
Two ammunition holders are located on the scarab's arms.
|Firing range||10/10||This blaster has a firing range of up to thirty-seven feet.|
|Accuracy||6/10||This blaster has very poor accuracy. This is due to the blaster's firing style.|
|Reliability||6/10||The Scarab can't jam. However, the blaster is designed for younger Nerfers, so older Nerfers will have a hard time holding it.|
|Rate of fire||6/10||This blaster fires about one dart a second.|
|Capacity||2/10||This blaster holds one dart at a time.|
|6/10||The Stinging Scarab is a poor blaster. Its only positive aspect is its firing range, which is good when compared to other Max Force blasters.|
- ↑ NC Review - Nerf® Stinging Scarab(TM). NerfCenter.com.
- ↑ Nerf Stinging Scarab | Review | 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