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AKALMP - Merlin Information
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AKALMP
16 South Keystone Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46201

Phone: (317) 631-7200
Website: http://www.akalmp.com
The Merlin was AKA's first attempt at building a complete marker. A clone of the WGP Autococker, it was built around AKA's low-pressure parts.
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 Release Date: 2000
 MSRP: $500.00
 Average Rating:
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 Reviews: 3
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AKALMP Merlin As far as Cockers go, the merlin is one of the best ever made. Its huge valve chamber allows for high rates of fire with no shoot down, and a lower over all operating pressure. I know this is...
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Join Date: Apr 2005
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Length of use: More than 1 year
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Price paid: $300.00
Pros: Super high quality
Cons: none
As far as Cockers go, the merlin is one of the best ever made. Its huge valve chamber allows for high rates of fire with no shoot down, and a lower over all operating pressure. I know this is supposed to be a review of a mechanical merlin, but mines electro... so the bigger valve chamber really helps when you're shooting around 20bps on an electro version. Also having AKA threaded feedneck is nice instead of the goofy WGP type of feednecks. Also being able to get them completely unmilled to be milled in whatever design you see fit is nice, and they also have a lot of nice mills available already. And as far as value goes, the price of almost every other cocker out there is rediculously low, these are some of the only cockers left with any value.
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Price paid: $350.00
Pros: looks, reliability
Cons: weight
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AKALMP Merlin AKA Merlin spec autocockers are wonderful machines. I have a Splat Attack Revenge V2LE and a CCM Merlin Works. Both are amazing machines. They operate at lower pressure than normal autocockers...
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Price paid: $599.00
Pros: Low pressure
Cons: none for me
AKA Merlin spec autocockers are wonderful machines. I have a Splat Attack Revenge V2LE and a CCM Merlin Works. Both are amazing machines. They operate at lower pressure than normal autocockers because of the enlarged valve chamber. The AKA made lines also feature nice inline trigger frames that hides the actuating rod within the frame. This helps the cocker stay timed better.
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