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Old 07-22-2018, 11:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
Join Date: May 2017
Location: Dallas TX

Haywood's Guns, we're gonna need more space

All guns in this thread are currently owned by me.

I started playing sometime around 2002, took a break from the tournament scene and playing regularly about 2007. I'm starting to pick it back up again and the fact that I can pick up all the old guns I used to dream of owning is great.

I could never get myself to sell anything...

First, all the AKA markers. They are the favorite if you can't tell

Evil Ehm

Every Evil Ehm built is a one of a kind. Lots of history with these guns

A little background on this one:

This project was started and completed by another user. This build was done with meticulous care and has some of the best/rarest parts out there.

body milled by user cs900 (metalmods)
aka 2 liter +
anodized ccm air fittings
bluefork t2 frame (extremely rare, also dovetailed)
virtue cyborg board
std lpr
custom grip panels (coming soon)
inception designs barrel
inception designs asa
custom vasa
moruem bolt
Ano by caustic customs

Fully custom AKA Evil Ehm

This marker was over a year in the making and was actually a lot of fun to put together/solve problems with making and sourcing custom parts. The build list for this evil ehm includes:

Body and tray milled by Travis W
Modified 07 ego frame
Virtue OLED board
Custom MorueM bolt
04 Viking ram cartridge
Custom VASA by Chris Nelson
Parabolic Phi barrel set
AKA Tornado Valve
AKA Sidewinder Regulator
Quad Detents
CP direct mount on/off
Quad Detents
AKA no-rise clamping feedneck
Smoke SPD grip panels
Anodizing by Blizzard
Lots and lots of hours

2004 AKA Viking DC FSP-Highlander


-1 of 25 2004 vikings milled in this pattern. Additional milling done by Destructive Customs.
-Highlander Milling (Designed by Action Pursuit Paintball milled by JMJ Concepts)
-DC FSP Front Milling
-DC Butt Crack Milling
-Custom DC Top Tube Milling with Matching Bolt
-DC Diet Tray Milling
-DC Grip Frame Diet Milling
-DC Dove Tail Milling
-DC Hidden Noid Pocket Milling
-DC Tear Drop Milling

-Type III Pewter Anodizing
-Tadao M5 Board
-Robtown Valve System
-Quad Detents
-DC Volumizer
-JMJ Reverse Trigger with Magnet
-CP Pro Mini On/Off ASA
-Kapp Reverse Drop
-Stainless Steel Hardware Throughout
-Hybrid Grips
-Lapco Bigshot 14" Barrel
-Original Stock Javelin Barrel
-A+ Clamping Feedneck with Lever Lock

04 Immortal AKA Viking

1 of 25 2004 Vikings milled in this pattern
Designed by On Target Entertainment (Milled by JMJ Concepts)
Tadao Ebisu Board
JMJ Trigger
Matching Javelin Barrel

2004 Bonebrake AKA Viking

1 of 5? This was owned by Thane and Dozer who both played on one of Dan Bonebrake's factory feeder teams.

Cotton Candy ano
Ebisu board
nervous trigger

1 of 3 2003 PBX AKA Excalibur

Quite possibly the rarest AKA production milling out there. A full CNC program was written to produce only three of these bodies.

Milled by PBX (Paintballistix)
First gen Powerlyte Scepter barrel
Humphrey solenoids
WAS board
DC eye mod (done after milling so spacers were made to fill the body gap. Notice the eye cover on the passenger side is a one-off)
Hogue Palm Swell Grips
CCM rail and feedneck
JMJ trigger
Type III Stone ano

2003 Streamline Excalibur

Not a ton of info on these things but still quite rare. Especially an excalibur variant.

03 JMJ Swirl AKA Viking

Splat Attack Merlin Revenge V2

Story taken from splat attacks' website (Seen below)

"The Revenge Story

It all began in late 1998 when a well-known paintball store in Washington State decided it was time to take a step towards separating themselves from the competition. For years Splat-Attack Paintball Supplies out of Kent, Washington had been known locally as a custom shop specializing in upgrading Cocker-based guns. With the likes of Jon Richardson of Team Avalanche constantly customizing his own marker, Splat-Attack had perfected their own “Custom Cocker”. The next step was supplying the growing need for main bodies. As a small shop, getting the parts from the big companies was not easy. After several unsuccessful attempts to get main bodies they called on a company that had been assisting them on many components of their already successful low-pressure markers, AKALMP. They told them of the unavailability of blank bodies to create their own distinct look and were informed that the process had already begun to bring a new aftermarket body to the public.

Soon after a “meeting of minds” with AKALMP, production of the Revenge began in mid May of 1999. Soon after that, AKALMP and Splat-Attack were named in a lawsuit alleging the Revenge had infringed on the “trade dress” of the STO Autococker. After nine months of hearings and court appearances the lawsuit was dismissed on Jan 20, 2000. Although no one really wins when the lawyers get involved; we won.

In early 2000 full production of the Revenge began. First of many changes came soon after starting with a new look to the body by adding special milling, used only on the Revenge. Next was an update of the trigger. Tired of sanding, polishing, and fitting each trigger plate Air smith Eric Aho, Revenge masterminds Steve Caldon, and Doug Fujimoto contacted AKALMP once again with the complaint of poor quality sears and trigger plates. Before long AKALMP developed sears and trigger plates that would require less work and allow for a much better feeling trigger. Also updated was the front gas block. Because the fit of the front block is so important for a precise function, we had to have one made for us. Its unique features make it fit better and is stronger too.

As of May 2000 Splat Attack has sold many Revenges and almost every marker has its own unique feel and look. With the constant demand for this marker, Splat-Attack has now a series of house colors in an effort to have a surplus on hand. Splat Attack also is so confident of The Revenge that they offer a limited LIFETIME warranty.

New changes have been implemented with the addition of a redesigned front block, smaller pneumatics, a new body design, and engraved Revenge logo. These newest twists show that Splat Attack is constantly changing the Revenge to make it stand out from the competition."

Kraken (milled merlin) #69/80

Milling by Killshot Kustoms
Tornado Valve
Sidewinder Reg
ID pneumatics/ASA/Feedneck/Stella freak barrel
AKA beavertail/cocking rod/Hammer
Niche 45* frame
Shocktech Bolt
Ano by Arc Anodizing

Sam Rhodes Milled AKA Excalibur

I don’t know much about these. Very few bodies were milled by Sam and most were Vikings so this one is especially rare. These were all milled by hand and no two bodies that Sam did were the same to my knowledge.

The body is in fair shape but I’ll be sending it off to ano soon.

Aces High AKA Merlin

1 of 17 total, 1 of 7 from the second run with additional milling according to Young Choi who made these

"There are a total of 17 floating out there. Wolf13 owned one from the first batch, but yours is one of the second batches that we made. Everyone loved the color scheme and they sold quite fast. We used different parts as far as the front block goes and used a screw to balance the sear spring better. We did away with with trying to polish the trigger plate and went with ANS trigger plates as we tried to get the shortest and snappiest trigger pull. We also did more extensive milling on the second batch guns."

These were kind of neat because there was an in state feud between Young Choi at Aces High Paintball and Splat-Attack who was making the Revenge at the time. Most of the Aces High Merlins ended up being sold out of state because of the "hate army" as I was told. I like both of these markers and they are great in their own respect.

This one has been a restoration process. Still a long ways to go. I've replaced nearly everything but the body. Had an AKA hinge frame matched by Caustic and he did a phenomenal job!

Anodizing by PK Selective

2003 AKA Viking

This was my first AKA marker and started it all. It is an absolute tank and has never once gone down on me in a game/tournament.

2002 AKA Excalibur

Pandora board
JMJ Sling Trigger
Aluminum Bolt Pin
Clamping feedneck (Bart Parts norider?)
Eyes added by Destructive Customs

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