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Kronos 3.7" K26 Spring with squared ends

Dartzone Liberator Spring (120 FPS)

Regular price $5.00 Sale

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
The Dartzone Liberator Spring is a custom made spring from a K25 that offers a roughly 120 FPS average compared to the stock average of 90 FPS. This mod is relatively easy and light enough for most ages on the prime. 

Super easy install. Just take off the shell and the plunger can be removed without taking anything else out. The custom cut K25 is slightly longer than the stock spring so you'll need a tiny bit of compression to get the screw back in but it shouldn't be too difficult. Also careful with the ammo load door to keep the tension spring on as it can pop out easily. 

FEATURES:
• Easy difficulty on installation
• One end flat, one end cut, About 150mm length
• Around 120FPS

SPECS:
• Custom made compression spring
• Material: Made in the USA of USA spring-tempered steel

Customer Reviews

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Amy F.
Dart-Zone Liberator Upgrade Spring

I ordered this upgrade spring for my liberator. The spring was not the right size, wasn't able to lock the prime bar in place. I am going to try a few different ways to fix the spring so I don't have to use the stock spring.

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Neo C.
Beefy

I was somewhat impressed with the stock liberator, as for 15 bucks, it packed a decent punch. BUT, just as the famous Brit Jeremy Clarkson was in constant search of more power, so was I. And this spring delivered. Now, everytime I rack the Liberator, I feel a patriotic fervor rush through me. And when I pull the trigger, the loud ping and ball flying at 120 fps satiates my need for destruction. It's just stupendous. Although I wish it had flattened ends on both sides, it didn't bother me all that much. Easy install. Make sure to rack it all the way. Overall a fantastic purchase.

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Shawn S.

Dartzone Liberator Spring (120 FPS)

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Scott
Proper power for the Liberator

The spring gives the proper power the Liberator needs. It is unfortunate the coil is not flattened at the cut end but as long as no damage comes of it, I will not complain any further than an aesthetic concern. Even if I cannot see it, I know what it looks like, so just being nitpicky.

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Matthew B.
A real beast of a spring!

This simple little drop in spring upgrade takes the Liberator from being a very cool looking but not all that competitive blaster to an absolute powerhouse of a ball blaster! The only downside is that the prime weight is VERY heavy and will result in occasional double feeds if you don't prime it all the way on the first try, either that or my arms are just kinda weak. Either way, it's well worth the $5 and I'll be keeping it handy for close encounters.