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Year Released:




Stock Capacity:

5 Mega Darts

Average Retail Price(s):

$19.99 USD


Max Force

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The Sawtooth is a 1995 Nerf Max Force blaster that holds 10 Mega Darts. It is no longer available for purchase since its home line has since been discontinued. It had retailed for $19.99 USD. It got good reviews when it first came out.

It comes included with 10 Mega Darts, two 5-Dart Clips, and a Sawtooth barrel extension/scope.


The Sawtooth hold the distinction of being the first ever Nerf dart blaster to be clip-fed, boasting a 5-dart clip. It also features a folding shoulder stock, along with an accessory that can be used as either a barrel extension or a scope for aiming. However, the scope functionality tends to be negligible as the user fires the blaster, with the ammo clip blocking the view when enough darts are fired. The Sawtooth also has a design on the front end like a set of sharp teeth, somewhat resembling a sawfish. The barrel extension/scope accessory also features this sharp teeth design.

Position in ThemeEdit

The Sawtooth can be considered to have something of an "assault rifle" role in the Max Force line. The fact that it could use its accessory for a barrel extension could also give it a "sniper rifle" sort of a role, too.

How to Load Edit

Step 1 - Load 5 Mega Darts into a 5-Dart Clip.
Step 2 - Stick the clip into the bottom of the blaster.
Step 3 - Pull back the priming bolt and release.
Step 4 - Pull the trigger to fire.

Trivia Edit

  • Its design is somewhat similar to that of the SneakShot's.
  • It is possible to use Elite Mega Darts in this blaster, as demonstrated in LordDraconical's review of the Sawtooth. [1]
  • It would have appeared as a playable weapon in the unreleased Max Force video game for the Atari Jaguar CD.
  • The second clip-fed blaster in the Max Force line is the Electric Eel, which was re-released in Max Force 2112.
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