Airsoft REVIEW: Classic Army Sportline M15A4 Carbine- part 1

December 14th, 2009 25 Comments   Posted in Education
bleucheeze06 asked:

PART 1 of my complete review of the new Classic Army M15A4 Sportline Carbine. In this part, I go over in detail the externals of the Sportline, and compare it to the externals of the ECHO1 M4. Please comment on my videos; I work hard on them and appreciate feedback. FAQ: Please DO NOT ask me the following questions: Q: Do I need to install metal bushings in this gun to run a 9.6v battery? A: You can run a 9.6v with stock bushings for a while, but the lifespan of the AEG will be shortened. It's better in the long run to install metal bushings and a good shim job up front. The sooner you use metal bushings with a 9.6 the better. Remember the metal bushings along with the shimjob will help hold the gears and other mechbox components in place as they spin, so they won't wear weirdly. It really is better to get metal bushings ASAP if you're using a 9.6v battery. The blue nylon bushings that come stock with the Sportline are tougher than your average nonmetal bushings, but still not as strong as metal. Q: Should I get this gun or [insert some other clone AEG]? A: I've given you a lot of information about the CA M15A4 Carbine Sportline in this video review. I don't know much about other clone manufacturers such as JG. I don't know how the newer clone guns compare to this gun. Q: How do I remove/change the flash hider? A: To remove the flash hider, there is a small allen screw on the underside of the barrel right behind the flash hider. Remove that screw and the flash hider ...

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