Zinc 2.0 Hardware Kit

(2 customer reviews)


Hardware kit for the Zinc 2.0 and 2x Zinc mags.

Legacy version is for if you are using the original stl files from 118.design.

Standard Zinc
Short Nose Znc
Long Nose Ziiiinc (+$5.00)
Legacy Original Zinc (+$3.00)
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– No prints
– All hardware needed to assemble a Zinc 2.0 and 2x 7-rd Magazines
– Both a higher power and lower power spring
– Digital STL file download for base parts available with hardware kit. Add-ons and other STLs available here: Zinc STL Files


– Magazines will be in secondary color
– Solid, handgun frame design
– Spring-powered, mag-in handle pistol
– FPS around ~130fps and ~175fps with the two main springs
– Pull-to-prime, push-to-load
– Left or right handed mag-release next to trigger guard (not ambi)
– Durable Aluminum CNC plunger core
– Spring powered Mag Eject system
– Gravity drop+assist quick mag release system (so cool)
– Reviewed by Out of Darts, Naptown Nerf, LordDraconical, CYard Nerf, Ministry of Foam & more
– Build Guide Available here: Zinc 2.0 Build Guide 2.0


– Uses proprietary short dart magazines
– Compatible with most half-length non-waffle head darts. We recommend Worker High End Darts
– NOT compatible with AF Darts

– Additional mag springs available here: Replacement Mag Spring
– Stl files will be included as a download with purchase of this kit

Special thank-you to 118 Design for the Zinc 1.0 & 2.0 design. A portion of sales goes to 118 Designs.

Additional information

Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 2 × 2 in

2 reviews for Zinc 2.0 Hardware Kit

  1. Nat (verified owner)

    So first off if you’re printer isn’t on point don’t try this. I have multiple very reliable printers and it still took tweaking to get all of the parts to print correctly. That being said I printed all of the parts in PETG per the Zincs designers recommendation. During the Frontline Foam build guid they stated that they printed it out of PLA which likely would make printing easier. Just be warned I’ve printed most of the main blasters in the hobby and this was by far the most trouble I’ve had. The other issue I had was with which files to print. I printed the standard Zinc 2.0 files, but not all of the hardware I received matched. It looks like the slide that I printed was designed to use nuts and this kit only included screws that were to small. I was able to get the correct hardware at a local store. I think the nut version is probably more durable any way which is why I didn’t try to print the other version. I also had the screw that secures the sear snap on me, and I was just screwing it in normally without any real resistance. I was also able to replace this at a local store. I didn’t have any issues with any of the other components. I just wanted to share all of this info with you so you know what you’re getting into. That being said once I love it. It looks and feels great. The magazine eject is so fun I think I’ve swapped mags more times than I’ve fired it. So if you’re willing to deal with some headaches it’s definitely worth it.

  2. Theodore Midthun (verified owner)

    Just finished printing everything and assembling and it’s awesome! Hard spring is really hard but worth it.

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