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Alchemist 3D Parts + Hardware

Alchemist 3D Parts + Hardware

Regular price $250.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $250.00 USD
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LEAD TIME: 2-3 WEEKS

This kit includes all of the hardware and 3D parts needed to build an Alchemist by Sillybutts. This blaster has one of the smoothest pump action primes in the hobby. Paired with an incredibly light hair trigger, this blaster makes for an excellent pick for any competitive or fun game you are looking to attend.

This blaster uses a modified version of the Skeggøx stock, designed by Vikinger, known to friends as Liam. Liam sadly passed away in late 2022. By request of his family and friends, his designated cut of licensing profit from this design is donated to charity.

*We do not recommend anodized barrels with this blaster since the bearings used to smooth out the prime will wear off the finish.
*The long bars in this blaster wear out with time since they are under tension when assembled; we offer them separately here. We estimate they will last around a year or two.  We also recommend releasing tension on the bars before long-term storage (over a month).

FEATURES:
• Extremely Smooth Pump Action Prime
• Stainless Steel 4-40 screws
• Lightweight hair trigger
• Designed by Sillybutts

SPECS:
• Material: Multiple

ADDITIONAL LINKS:
• Talon Magazines 
• Koda Magainzes 
• Recommended Darts 

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OUR FILAMENTS

We print primarily with Proto-Pasta HTPLA and PLA. Check out our full range of colors here.

3D printed parts should not be left inside hot cars or excessively hot environments.

Customer Reviews

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Dexter B.
A Lovely Learning Experience

I like the blaster a lot, and had no difficulty building it with the provided materials once I found a long/thin enough Philips screwdriver.
I wanted to see for myself how reasonable it would be to get into the more hobby-level blasters, and so I started somewhere that probably was a deeper cost dive than I really should've gone for. Frankly, I wanted a greater possibility of failure so I could troubleshoot where the problems might occur if I got into the hobby in a bigger way.
The instructions provided by Sillybutts are comprehensive, and gave me a thorough understanding of how the blaster works. Additionally, the print quality from OOD is excellent, and required only minor sanding to make sure the moving parts glided. (I had to sand a bit off of the mag-release, the magwells itself, and the trigger but that's because I'm a lefty. Took like 5 minutes.)
If you don't have a 3d printer (like me) there are probably more cost effective options. But if you want to support community designs and get a full blaster-building experience, (and have some disposable income to blow) I cannot recommend an OOD printed kit enough. And if you do have one, grab the hardware kit. The quality of this design might convince me to get one.
Side note, happy with how the plastic took paint. It's not the best paint job, but for my first, I am satisfied.