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Splat Attack Revenge with a F4 Sandridge conversion

Here is a Splat Attack Revenge with a F4 Sandridge conversion kit to make it an electro pneumatic paintgun. This kit looks new but is still an abomination.
I purchased this assembly from the original owner, Lennie Villiados, 5 or so years back but never aired it up. I’ve never shot it but will eventually. Unfortunately I don’t have a matched eye cover. I have a chrome eye cover but it just doesn’t look right on there.

The original owner, Lennie Villiados, was originally a partner in California Paintball Park and played with the Untouchables, Team Genesis and other teams in Northern and Southern California. Lennie had this setup custom built at Splat Attack but then never ended up using it. He said it was just too nice and too expensive. I haven’t turned it on or cycled it since purchasing it but someday I will. A few details about this Revenge: It does not have the inline front block. It does have the P block. The frame is match anodized. It is missing the eye cover. It came with a Sandridge V2 T-shirt It came with the Splatt Attack Revenge Bag. The Box is made from delrin.

Find more articles on Lennie at https://paintballhistory.com/tag/lennie-villiados 

And more Autococker articles at https://paintballhistory.com/tag/autococker

And another video on a Sandridge F5 (Tiny Tornado kit) at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fEMmgQEjeo

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