*C4 not compatible with K14 spring
INCLUDES BY DEFAULT:
- All the parts and hardware necessary to assemble a Caliburn 4 (C4)
- Passive Magwell Adapter
- 1 main power spring
- Spare screws and hardware for maintenance
- More dry-fire safe than predecessor. Great for beginning nerfers.
- Quick-access buttplate for easy spring swap to adjust power
- Compatible with both half and standard (elite) dart types
- Increased durability & rigidity from the previous versions
- Compatible with all standard picatinny attachments and Caliburn Lower Stock Spacers
- All Flat bar construction
- Tool-free passive talon/nstrike mag adapter
- Faster spring-swaps
- Optional air-brake plunger feature
- Maintains the takedown feature
- Optional o-ring collet muzzle for fast barrel swaps
- Supports elastic and extension springs for accessories
- Higher rigidity mixed-print-orientation grip assembly
- Still compatible with Tooth-And-Nail and other aftermarket parts
- Magazines NOT included. Magazines must be purchased separately.
- Compatible with Talon/Katana Magazines, and standard nerf magazines alike
- Compatible with angled magazines with an angled magazine adapter
- Darts NOT included. Darts must be purchased separately.
- Compatible with standard nerf brand darts, as well as short darts
- Recommended darts: Worker Gen3 Darts
- Compatible with most standard picatinny-compatible attachment
- Compatible with all addons featured on the listing.
What’s involved in the different power options?
*All FPS ratings are an estimate. Performance may vary.*
LOW | 140-150 FPS
Main power spring: 788
Barrel: 14″ .527
MEDIUM | 175-200 FPS
Main power spring: K25
Barrel: 14″ .527
HIGH | 200-250 FPS
Main power spring: Pro25 Plain
Barrel: 16″ .509
SUPER HIGH: 250-300 FPS
Main power spring: K31 + K25
Barrel: 14″ Brass/Alu Barrel
Special thanks to Captain Slug for licensing his design to us. A portion of sales goes to support Captain Slug.
Ted Kunich –
Overall a very nice blaster. My son is having a blast shooting everything and anything with this think- we had no idea that foam darts could punch a holes in cardboard boxes so easily! The kit came with all the necessary hardware and did not take too long to assemble. Overall I’m impressed with the print quality of the plastic parts – for FDM parts, there was not too much cleanup needed – a few strings here or there but no big deal. Bonus is that the STL’s for the parts are on the site, so if you have stripped a plastic part like we did during assembly, you can easily print a replacement part if you have your own 3D printer.
The only knock I have is with the printed assembly instructions – they could use some improvement (totally neglected installing the springs for the magazine releases). Watching the assembly video from the site, they recommend using a threadlock on some of the screws during assembly – the printed instructions make no mention of this.