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SpinDoctor15 05-12-2007 08:36 PM

2003 Full Mill Excalibur
Well, look what little hot-rod I just picked up! I bought this on AKA Owners Group for a really great price. It's a 2003 Full Mill Excalibur with WAS 1.6, CP on/off, no-rise feedneck, and Hybrid Grips. I put a Halo B, DeadlyWind Fibur barrel, and 45/4500 tank on it, and here it is:

Ir0nExpress 05-12-2007 08:51 PM

Thinking maybe I should aim for something from AKA as my next big purchase...

Titus 05-12-2007 09:00 PM

I've never owned anything by AKA before. It looks great. I like how that barrel matches pretty well too. Best of luck with her!

sniper97 05-12-2007 10:02 PM

Very nice! Will you be posting a review???:)

SpinDoctor15 05-12-2007 10:17 PM

Thanks everyone. Sniper, I'll eventually post a review on my website, I haven't taken it out to the field yet. More to come once I do!

custar 06-01-2007 01:12 PM

Nice. I picked up one blind, and it is VERY smooth. I like the way the carbon fiber barrel matches with the body milling. Make sure you have a fresh battery. That is the #1 issue with Excaliburs since they run two solenoids. Link us to your review when you have time to post it. Welcome to the AKA family.

For those not yet in the family, you can't buy a better marker for the price. You can pick up an '03 Viking for $450 or so. You should be able to launch nearly a full case off one 68/45 fill, and there are only about two markers out there that are faster. AC-threaded barrels are used, so finding barrels is easy. The Javelin is quite good, but if you want a barrel kit, they are readily available.


SpinDoctor15 06-01-2007 02:07 PM

I've been in the family for a bit, so this is the 3rd AKA marker I've purchased. Thanks for the compliments, and I'll keep an eye on my battery!

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