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Scorpion Autoloader Parts Breakdown

Here is a breakdown of the Green Kenimex Autoloader I purchased from the UK a few weeks back. To my surprise it arrived complete and in great shape!  The only thing missing were some thumbscrews which I added on. 

Scorpion Autoloader Breakdown
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The entire autoloader is disassembled in this photo except for the Powertube that is help on with a thick C clip which I couldn’t get off with my array of needle tools.

The Reg assembly, aside from being located off the side of the Autoloader body is very similar, the sear functions the same but is one solid piece of steel. The On / Off is identical, the powertube is very similar but the bolt and spring are contained inside the front portion and do not side off like an automag bolt.

UK Scorpion Autoloader
An Autoloader Semi converted from a Green unibody Scorpion

I did air this Autoloader up but it needs a rebuild or some oil in the on / Off before it will cycle.

Checkout last weeks post cycling the other Grey Autoloader:
https://paintballhistory.com/cycling-the-scorpion-autoloader

And more Kenimex Scoprion posts here:
https://paintballhistory.com/tag/kenimex

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