Worker Caliburn Blaster
Worker Caliburn Blaster
Worker Caliburn Blaster

Worker Caliburn Blaster

Regular price $120.00 Sale

The Worker Caliburn Blaster is a part of their 3D-printed line (F10555).  A nerf community fave, the Caliburn is compatible with long darts and kits are available to allow for short dart compatibility. A unique, modular design that includes 32 pieces that require assembly. Magazine not included, compatible with Worker full-length mags, or Worker talon (short dart) mags with talon mag adapter.

• Compatible with Worker Full-Length Dart Mags
• Short Dart Compatible with Adapter
• 3D Printed

• Assembly Required

• Material: PLA Plastic
• Weight: 1746g
• SKU: F0397-1

• 32 Items Assembly Required

 22-Round Magazines
 Worker Talon Magazines
 Worker Talon Mag Adapter

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Jakob M.
My review of the Worker Caliburn

Amazing blaster!! Only problem mine has is the tendency for the o-ring on the breach to rub off and disappear when reloading. Otherwise it is an awesome blaster! Love the weight and feel of the blaster. A little too powerful to shoot straight, but nothing a longer barrel and SCAR muzzle won’t fix! Looking forward to customizing it with all the accessories from Out of Darts!

Very well priced

This is a well priced product because 3D printing is quite expensive not the best print quality but it’s alright

to expensive

it is to expensive teh price is insane please make it less expensive but insane

H. V.S.
Like a puzzle, but way more fun

Much like other reviews Ive seen, the instructions were awful. However, once I figured out how to piece this together, its one of the best Nerf style guns Ive ever had. The short darts are best for both range and power. 100% would buy again!

Morgan Y.
Terrible instructions

The instructions make this thing extremely difficult to assemble. They are not for the updated version of this gun. The pictures are terrible. The parts are called one thing in the parts index and then something completely different in each assembly step so you often have no idea which parts it wants you to use. The assembled gun is pretty cool but I don't know if its worth buying this version with a single injection molded part (which I hear is an upgrade, I'm not sure how well the 3d printed version works) when you can get the original from captain slug for about the same price and it has good assembly instructions (which do not apply directly to this gun as its assembled differently) but you will have to wait longer to get it .