This listing is for the Bradly Phillips Caliburn. Simply select “Add to Cart” to order a Caliburn just like the one in the video.
The features he ordered are the following:
Railgasm barrel shroud
Brass Ramcore (recently updated to aluminum in this listing)
18″ Brass barrel
Aluminum shroud to protect the brass
Aluminum Coupler Inserts
A second main power spring (k31) along with the k25.
*All FPS numbers are base starting numbers with default set up and average seal.
Why the two springs?
The second spring is mostly for those who want a second spring to be able to swap them out for a variable FPS performance. On the other hand, the K31 can be stacked with the K25 to use at the same time in your blaster. The spring rating of the two combined with this setup is around 270-300FPS.
Are the sights included on this build as seen on Bradley Phillip’s Caliburn?
Nope. This Caliburn doesn’t include any sights. You’ll have to find one that works for you.
What upgrades can I expect on my Caliburn that aren’t seen on Bradley Phillip’s?
Just the aluminum ramcore and its two upgrades— the Vanguard cut (allows you to remove the mag with the breech closed) and the o-ring notch (creates an air seal comparable to a brass ramcore).
The aluminum ramcore is also much more durable than brass, and generally a better option for nerfers who aren’t used to brass but want the same performance.
– Compatible with Nerf magazines, knock-off brand magazines, and most magwell adapters.
– The Caliburn is a homemade Nerf blaster originally designed by CaptainSlug from NerfHaven.
Pump action, clip fed, variable fps. Listing is for an assembled and tested blaster.
– Katana/Talon variant available for use with Katana and Talon magazines by Jet and Worker respectively.
– Also compatible with most 3D printed Katana and Talon style magazines
– Color configurator: http://captainslug.com/nerf/caliburn/e/
If you’d prefer to create your own setup, please see the original Caliburn listing here.
Special thanks to Captainslug for the great design. Design used with his permission. A portion of sales go to Captainslug.
Brass takes a little TLC. Watch this video you know how to use brass successfully!
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