Talon Claw Printed Parts

(1 customer review)

$50.00

All of the necessary 3D printed parts to assemble a Talon Claw. Hardware sold separately.

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White
Black
Dark Grey
Silver
Light Grey
Dark Red
Red
Pink
Orange
Gold
Brown
Tan
Yellow
Neon Yellow
Dark Green
Green
Light Green
Fighter Jet Blue
Navy
Blue
Light Blue
Purple
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Clear
White
Black
Dark Grey
Silver
Light Grey
Dark Red
Red
Pink
Orange
Gold
Brown
Tan
Yellow
Neon Yellow
Dark Green
Green
Light Green
Fighter Jet Blue
Navy
Blue
Light Blue
Purple
Shown as Purple
Grip Insert (+$6.00)
Rail Riser (+$10.00)
Sliding Butt Stock (+$10.00)
Iron Sights (+$6.00)
Knuckle Duster (+$9.00)
Angled Foregrip (+$10.00)
Pyrangle Foregrip (+$10.00)
Modular Vertical Foregrip (+$15.00)
Railgasm (+$10.00)
Gasm + RMAX (+$35.00)
Gasm + RMAX + Stampede (+$50.00)
DOOM Shroud (+$20.00)
Railgasm (+$10.00)
Gasm + RMAX (+$35.00)
Gasm + RMAX + Stampede (+$50.00)
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Description

Features:
– All high stress parts printed with thicker walls and higher infill
– Upgrade parts available for plunger, rambase, muzzle, Pcap, and others.
– Barrels available here

Additional information

Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 7 × 3 in

1 review for Talon Claw Printed Parts

  1. fredpilarczyk (verified owner)

    I ordered both the hardware kit and the printed parts from Frontline Foam. While they said up to 4 weeks for it to ship, I got mine in 2.
    There are a lot of places you can order printed parts from, but I really dug how Frontline includes upgrades as part of the standard package to make sure you get the best blaster possible.
    Putting it together was really easy, especially with their build video they have. Derrikk was super responsive on questions I had, which was great.
    I am now the proud owner of a Talon Claw that is hitting 230 fps easy.
    I am already beginning to eye other kits to build up a high-end printed collection. What’s nice to know is going through them I can basically have a set color scheme across every blaster I buy.
    If you want to build a Talon Claw, but don’t have access to a 3D printer, this is definitely the way to go.

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