|This product has been discontinued.
It cannot be purchased in retail stores. The only way to obtain it is through second-hand websites and stores.
It comes packaged with two missiles.
This blaster has been released in many different color schemes, most notably red and blue. The blaster bears resemblance to many rocket blasters from companies such as Lanard and Air Zone. The packaged ammunition was a new type of ammunition, only referred to as missiles. It features a very basic set of internals, including a very small tank for the blaster's size.
Some controversy has occurred on whether or not this is legitimately a SuperMAXX blaster. This is because it originated under the Air Zone label, and has since been re-released by many off-brand companies. It could be possible this was never even a Nerf blaster in the first place.
The SuperMAXX Buzzer Air Bazooka has been released in the following color schemes:
- Purple and red
- Blue and red
Reloading and firing
To reload the SuperMAXX Buzzer Air Bazooka, simply insert one missile into the muzzle of the blaster. Pump the blaster several times to prime it.
Pull the trigger to fire a missile.
|1997||SuperMAXX 750 • SuperMAXX 1500 • SuperMAXX 3000 (yellow) • SuperMAXX Buzzer Air Bazooka|
|1998||SuperMAXX 250 • SuperMAXX 3000 (green) • SuperMAXX 5000 • SuperMAXX Disc Shooter|
|1999||SuperMAXX 3000 (blue)|
|2000||SuperMAXX 350 • SuperMAXX 1500 (updated)|
|2001||SuperMAXX 750 (updated)|