Turf Blaster Springs

(2 customer reviews)


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)
16 kg (+$5.00)
18.5 kg (+$5.00)
Polar White (+$5.00)
Arcane Silver (+$5.00)
Vampire Red (SOLD OUT) (+$0.00)
Sparkling Pink (+$5.00)
Electric Yellow (+$5.00)
Goldtastic (+$5.00)
Forrest Green (+$5.00)
Classy Blue (+$5.00)
Pacific Purple (SOLD OUT) (+$0.00)
Gold Plated and Ground Ends (+$18.00)
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– 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


Black, White, Hammered Bronze, Gold, Dark Red, Red, Pink, 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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