|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.
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It comes packaged with the Sawtooth.
The scope/barrel extension comes in a navy blue and orange color scheme. The design of the scope resembles a Sawtooth, in that the side of the accessory features a jagged cut-out, similar to sharp teeth.
When used as a scope, it is attached via a rail guide similar to that of the modern tactical rail located on top of the blaster. Strangely, the scope is blocked by the clip when the blaster is completely unloaded, rendering the scope useless after the first few shots.
It was the first Nerf scope/barrel extension to ever be released. Even though this old accessory was only satisfactory, it may have provided the basis for modern tactical rail blasters.
|Nerf aiming accessories|
|Flip-up sights||Longstrike flip-up sight • Recon flip-up sight|
|Lights||Dual-Mode Light Beam • Scravenger tactical light • Tactical flashlight • Tactical Light (N-Strike • N-Strike Modulus) • Targeting Light Beam|
|Scopes||BASR-L scope • Centerfire Tech Electronic Scope • Day/Night Zoom Scope • Distance Scope • Dreadbolt scope • First Order scope • Holdout scope • Longshot scope • Long Barrel Scope • Ninja Commando Blaster scope • Sawtooth scope and barrel extension • Scravenger scope • Short Barrel Scope • Shot Blast scope • Tactical scope • Targeting Scope|
|Other accessories||First Order sight • Jolt clip-on sight • LED Sight • Nite Finder EX-3 Sight • Pinpoint sight • Red Dot Sight (N-Strike Modulus • RIVAL)|