Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Marshmallow Mforcer - Review!

It's marshmallow time!

Check out the new Marshmallow Mforcer!

This marshmallow blaster is powered by an air tank system that is pumped up by a handle which is also designed as part of the front cover. The overall build quality is quite good and its logos are nicely etched into the casing.

It has an auto-rotating barrel and offers an ammo capacity of 15 mini-marshmallows. It also features a rear-loading ammo system too. After loading all the mini-marshmallow ammo, the blaster will require around 25+ pumps to fill up its air tank, then just pull the trigger to fire.

The Mforcer features a firing system that portions the air output per shot, therefore just continue pulling the trigger to fire more shots, the air tank stores enough air to keep firing the marshmallows in semi-auto.

As with such firing systems, as each shot is fired, the pressure in the air tank would steadily decrease, thereby providing less power to each subsequent shot. Therefore, to maintain the pressure and firing distance, it would be a good idea to add a few more pumps after every 5-6 shots.

With mini-marshmallows that fit properly (try out different marshmallow brands), the firing range is around 20-25ft with a full air tank.

Just right for firing shots into your co-worker's cubicle! :)


Marshmallow Mforcer - Box (Front)

Marshmallow Mforcer - Box (Back)

Marshmallow Mforcer - Side Profile

Marshmallow Mforcer - Pump Handle & Auto-Rotating Barrel

Marshmallow Mforcer - Rear Loading Ammo System

Marshmallow Mforcer - Mini-Marshmallow Ammo (Example, Sold Separately)

Marshmallow Mforcer - Scale Comparison with Nerf Maverick

Marshmallow Mforcer - Nerf Foam Dart Barrel Fit

Marshmallow Mforcer - Demo & Test Fire Video:

Looks abit like Earthworm Jim's Raygun huh?

Interestingly, the Marshmallow Mforcer could also fire Nerf foam darts (though in its original state, just one at a time).

All it requires is just some re-barrel and front cover customization work, and it could be a very nice semi-auto Nerf blaster! :)


  1. Ah, yes, the M-forcer's airtank is HUGE by the way. Think about the modding possibilities.

  2. it would be a good idea to maybe cut the back ends of the darts down to a smaller size so you could fit more than one at a time in
    that would make it a heck of a lot easier

  3. Yup, customising small foam darts is a good idea for use in the Marshmallow Mforcer without requiring any modification to the blaster itself.

    In the nerf community, customised small foam darts are often referred to as "Nanos". :)

  4. how about taking the whole front off and leave the pump so you can put all the darts in all the slots.. then cpvc it or petg it.

  5. skullblend,

    Yup, that mod can be done quite easily, just need to customise barrels that are of ideal fit for the foam darts. :)

  6. Is it possible for you to put up an internals picture of the Mforcer if you have one?


  7. Moonsword,

    You can check out some photos of the Mforcer internals at this NerfHaven forum thread:

  8. it has occurred to me that maybe the darts can be modified instead of the blaster it self or maybe use stefans or cut down the streamline dart a little bit

  9. USNerf,

    Yup, shortened foam darts can be used too, but they'll have to be really short so that might affect the performance of the dart flight. :)

  10. I noe this is late SG Nerf, But where can i find this particular gun in singapore? I tried purchasing via ur amazon link but it does not ship here...

  11. ryan,

    These marshmallow blasters are not available in Singapore. I ordered mine from Amazon too.

    If the Amazon seller does not ship internationally, you'll need to use a 3rd party USA to SG shipper to do the international shipping, like vPost (