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AKA Splat Attack Revenge Inline Trigger Frame – Empty

I’ve been looking for a Splat Attack AKA Revenge V2 inline frame for a while so I can demonstrate how it functions differently than a standard WGP Autococker frame. This video is just a quick look at the AKA inline design frame empty (although it does have the sear spring installed) and I will take another video eventually with the trigger plate, sear and inline arm in it.

How is this frame different than a standard Autococker frame?

On facebook someone asked how this frame differs in function from a standard WGP Autococker frame. A typical Autococker frame has the three way / switch in front to the right and the actuating arm connected into the side of the frame/trigger plate. With the AKA inline design (frame, front block and switch), the switch is straight in front of the frame and the connection runs over the top of the plate and there is no slot in the side of the frame for the standard connection. This is why there are two screws in the front of the frame, rather than one screw directly in the center. These screws are spaced apart so that the switch connection can run between them.

Will this frame work on a standard Autococker or Sniper?

Because of the unique three watch connection, this Splat Attack Revenge frame will NOT mount on a standard WGP Autococker. The Revenge V2 body uses two front grip frame screws, one on either side of the actuating rod. A standard wgp autococker uses one screw in the center.

Find AKA Revenge V2 parts for sale at http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/autococker/aftermarket/aka-parts/proprietary-revenge-parts-v2.html

And more articles on AKA at https://paintballhistory.com/tag/aka

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