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Splat Attack Revenge V1 SA03RE

In this video we recorded back in November, Benji and I look over a Splat Attack Revenge V1.
This is a V1 since it does not have the inline trigger (which on a Revenge V2, would have the actuating rod inside the grip frame and actuates a center mounted switch).

Benji's Revenge V1, serial SA03RE.
Benji’s Revenge V1, serial SA03RE.

With the V1s, Splat Attack used the standard side mounted actuating rod. Some Revenge V1s were full bodies, and some were minis, similar to this Revenge.

In the video, we look at the gap between the frame and the vertical asa and guess on the serial. I went back later and removed the frame and took a few photos to show that the serial is SA03RE.

A view of the serial number with the grip frame removed.
A view of the serial number with the grip frame removed.

SA03RE likely stands for the third Splat Attack (=SA) Revenge (=RE) body made by AKALMP. Splat Attack was (I believe) located in Washington, and the Revenge bodies were extruded and then milled by AKA and then sold by Splat Attack. They might have been anodized and assembled by Splat Attack as well.

A right side view of SA03RE.
A right side view of SA03RE.

The color on this Revenge is a very very dark purple. I think it’s a rad color. Reminds me of many of the anodizing jobs on Line SI Bushmasters and others.

Another view of the serial, SA03RE.
Another view of the serial, SA03RE.

Benji always has a ton of rare and classic pumps, semis, and electros, as well as everything in between for sale so check out his ebay, pbn and mcb links below.

Ebay:
http://www.ebay.com/usr/bigb_pb

mcarterbrown:
http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/members/bigbthebenji.html

PBNation:
http://www.pbnation.com/member.php?u=284424

Find Benji on youtube at https://www.youtube.com/malgamyjr

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