|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.
For the blaster whose production name was Sawtooth, see Crosscut.
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 and an accessory that can act as either a scope or barrel extension. There is also a target printed on the back of the packaging.
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.
- ↑ Sawtooth® (Review). Nerf Reviewed!. Archived from the original on 2017-01-06. Retrieved on 2014-02-22.
|Max Force blasters|
|1994||Eagle Eye • Rattler • Razorbeast|
|1995||Sawtooth • Iron Raptor • Warthog|
|1996||Gator • Manta Ray • Stinging Scarab • Whiptail Scorpion|