The Warthog is a spring blaster that simultaneously shoots two darts up to 35 feet with surprisingly good accuracy.
The Nerf Sawtooth was Nerf’s first attempt at a chain gun, and…well…it was about as good as you could expect a first attempt to be.
Thanks to its size, the Razorbeast can hold up to fifteen darts at at a time. The firing mechanism is also pretty cool, with the hand crank on the side of it (unless you’re left-handed, in which case you can’t use this gun. Sorry).
The Nerf Rattler was a solid Nerf gun for its time. A semiautomatic, the Rattler can shoot off four rounds in succession before it needs to be reloaded.
Unlike a lot of the Maxforce guns where the animal elements are more tacked on than functional, the Nerf Manta Ray actually ads some interesting functionality.
The Nerf Mad Hornet represents a landmark for Nerf, as it was the first Nerf weapon with a trigger to fire with air pressure rather than a spring mechanism.
Other than the design, the Iron Raptor doesn’t have much to set it apart from the rest of the Nerf guns. The range is decent (better than you would probably expect given the gimmick of the whole thing), but really, who wants to carry a dinosaur around?
The Nerf Gator is one of the worst Nerf guns ever made — as if the fact that the gun is shaped like an alligator wasn’t enough for you to already guess as much.
The Nerf Eagle Eye was the first Nerf weapon ever to incorporate laser sighting.