|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 three Ballistic Balls.
The Ripsaw's firing mechanism is a manually-powered flywheel located inside the blaster, which makes a great deal of noise. Ballistic Balls are fed through the top of the blaster by means of a tube, which also functions as a ball storage device. The blaster features a large iron sight at the front of it, although it is blocked by the loading tube.
It was re-released in the mid-2000s and was renamed the Buzzsaw. Updated with a quieter spooling wheel and a slightly better firing range, the Buzzsaw is somewhat superior to the Ripsaw, though still overall an average blaster.
- ↑ Michal, M.. NC Review - Nerf® Ripsaw® (Review). NerfCenter. Archived from the original on 2016-04-03. Retrieved on 2017-08-25.
- ↑ Nerf Ripsaw (Review). Dart Strike. Archived from the original on 2016-03-31. Retrieved on 2017-08-25.
|Nerf Action blasters|
|1994||Ballzooka • Chainblazer • Double Crossbow • Sneak Shot • Sonic Stinger Bow 'n' Arrow • Switchfire|
|1995||Crossbow • Ripsaw • Secret Shot • Sharpshooter II|