AKALMP VikingI am an original owner of an '04 black unmilled viking. These guns are blazing fast, insanely efficient, and beyond reliable. Basically you feed these guns paint, air, batteries, a little oil and...
I am an original owner of an '04 black unmilled viking. These guns are blazing fast, insanely efficient, and beyond reliable. Basically you feed these guns paint, air, batteries, a little oil and twice a year you might fiddle with the board settings. And that's it, period. My particular gun has broken exactly once, requiring a complicated sequence of events and some brute force user error. And I used it broken for half a year. They were way ahead of their time and it was years before other manufacturers could offer something as fast, reliable and efficient. There are a handful of cons to this gun, though. The primary one is weight. Lots of metal was left on the main body, with AKA actually figuring on other companies doing aftermarket milling. Compared to guns on the market now, vikings (seem to) weigh a ton (although they are still quite a bit lighter than the monsterous rigs people used to use in days of drop-fowards and stainless boomsticks.) Other issues are they are not terribly sleek or sexy looking and servicing one requires specialised skill.
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AKALMP VikingI have owned 2003 and 2004 vikings and loved them my only issue is they are not made anymore and its getting hard to find people work on them