Turf Blaster Springs

(2 customer reviews)

$7.00

Nerf aftermarket blaster springs from Turf Blaster Springs!

Fit the Longshot, Chimera, TalonClaw, Caliburn, and others.

5 Kg (+$1.00)
8 kg (+$3.00)
10 kg (+$3.00)
Pro26 (+$8.00)
16 kg (+$5.00)
18.5 kg (+$5.00)
Pro25
Plain
Polar White
Arcane Silver
Gloss Black
Vampire Red
Very Red
Sparkling Pink
Orangesicle
Electric Yellow
Goldtastic
Racer Green
Forrest Green
Classy Blue
Pacific Purple
Silver
Gold Plated and Ground Ends (+$18.00)
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Description

Features:
– A variety of spring ratings to achieve a variety of performance levels.
– 10kg designed to nest inside 18.5kg and 5kg

– Pro26 springs are similar to k26, but are made from a different grade of steel that significantly increases their spring life. They also come in a variety of powder-coated colors!


Additional information

Weight .25 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 1.5 × 1.5 in
Spring Rating

5 kg, 8 kg, 10 kg, 16 kg, Pro26, 18.5 kg

Color

Black, White, Hammered Bronze, Gold, Dark Red, Red, Pink, Orange, Gold, Yellow, Light Green, Blue, Light Blue, Purple, N/A

2 reviews for Turf Blaster Springs

  1. Griffsnog

    I can absolutely reccomend the Pro26 springs. I’ve have a Purple one for about a year in my Caliburn. It is phenominally consistent. I suggest using a worker injection molded adapter if you are using half length darts because for some reason using a 3d printed talon adapter or “wild card” adapter results in a significant FPS loss. Not sure if this is just me. I also have an 18.5 Turf Spring in my Bullpup U. You can really feel the power but it probably isnt going to be easy/comfortable for most people to use. Unless you’ve stopped growing I would reccomend at least a step down.

  2. sonbroku

    I recommend the Pro26 springs themselves but not the colored ones so much if you’re using it in an application where it’s going to come into contact with aluminum like in a machined plunger. The plunger will quickly destroy the color and chip it badly leaving a half colored spring and a bunch of chips. The spring itself is like super powerful though so for what that’s worth, it’s great at what it’s trying to do. I just wouldn’t use the colored ones with aluminum caliburn internals lol.

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