|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 Micro Darts.
The SuperMAXX 250 features now-infamous "prong" barrels, on which darts must be slid onto. It is one of the few blasters in the SuperMAXX series not to be powered using an air pressure system; instead, this blaster is spring-powered. The blaster features a small iron sight on the top of the priming handle, and a guide on the front of the blaster.
Two known versions exist of this blaster: a shotgun-trigger model, where the firing trigger is a simple, thin piece, and the regular-trigger model, where the trigger is a typical trigger seen on most blasters of the time. The shotgun-trigger model seems to be more common.
It was succeeded by its nearly identical brother, the SuperMAXX 350. This version was little more than a cosmetic change, as performance was relatively the same.
Sometime after initial release, the "SuperMAXX" portion of its title was dropped on some boxes, giving the blaster the new title of 250 Dart Blaster; likewise, the packaging for this re-release had no mention of the SuperMAXX series and instead had a similar packaging style to the Nerf Action series.
- The prong-style barrels were first seen on various Rip Rockets series blasters.
|Nerf SuperMAXX blasters|
|1997||SuperMAXX 750 • SuperMAXX 1500 • SuperMAXX 3000 (yellow)|
|1998||SuperMAXX 250 • SuperMAXX 3000 (green) • SuperMAXX 5000 • SuperMAXX Disc Shooter|
|1999||SuperMAXX 3000 (blue)|
|2000||SuperMAXX 350 • SuperMAXX 1500|