|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 four Ballistic Balls.
The Buzzsaw was the largest out of the Ball Blasters blasters. Ballistic Balls are fed through the top of the blaster by means of a tube, which also functions as a ball storage device. The Buzzsaw's firing mechanism is a manually-powered flywheel located inside the blaster, which makes some noise. When a ball comes in contact with the spinning wheel, it will be launched out from the blaster.
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When you’re looking for rapid-fire ball blasting, look no further than the ballistic BUZZSAW blaster! Rev up its unique Buzzwheel for rapid-fire blasts, and play your game NERF-style!
It is essentially an updated version of the 1995 Nerf Action Ripsaw; it is quieter than the Ripsaw, which is known for being incredibly noisy. The only other difference, apart from some of the shell moldings and color schemes, is the fact that the Ripsaw only holds three balls, while the Buzzsaw holds four.
- This blaster is infamous among Nerf communities for its lackluster performance, extremely limited modding potential, and annoyingly loud noise.
- Later versions of the Buzzsaw feature a jam release switch on top of the blaster.
- When using Koosh Galaxy Balls, It bumps the capacity down to 3 balls.
- ↑ bigbob (2006-12-29). Nerf Buzzsaw, A Ripsaw Remake (Forum thread). NerfHaven. Archived from the original on 2016-03-31. Retrieved on 2014-08-14.
|Ball Blasters blasters|
|2006||Buzzsaw • Reactor|