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Classic Army AEG Switch & Wire Assembly for M4
[00383 / CA A068]
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by B. HEELY Date Added: Monday 31 March, 2008
For: Classic Army AEG Switch & Wire Assembly for M4
Classic Army electronics can be summed up fairly easily:
Wire good, contacts atrocious.

Seriously, don't ever pay extra money for a CA switch assembly. It's the Achilles heel of every gun they make: every CA wiring harness I've dealt with has burned its trigger to pure, crispy carbon black in ~7500 rounds or less. The ones I bothered to scrape off and re-use were pitted anywhere from 1/4-1/2 the thickness of the material, one so bad it impeded trigger movement. You should never, EVER have to use a MOSFET on a stock gun at 8.4v just to keep it from arcing itself to death. Last I checked, they weren't even nickel plated, just bare copper.

They do have quality high-strand-count silicone-jacketed wire, but honestly you can get that and some connectors for eight bucks at a decent hobby shop. If you need the switch assembly, get another set. If you just want to upgrade your wire, find a competent solderer and save your money.

Three stars for decent wire and connections, -1 star for the contacts.
by S. SPANOVICH verified buyer Date Added: Friday 09 November, 2007
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For: Classic Army AEG Switch & Wire Assembly for M4
This is made by classic army, however I wasn't all that impressed with the product.

There are two things that concerned me with this, and eventually it would not work properly in my gun

First off, the wiring is big, and it takes a tight squeeze to fit it in the gearbox, and second, the semi function is a little bit rough. When you fire it on semi, the trigger has kind of a violent "shrug" and it shouldn't bother anyone, but it can get irritating every once in a while. after about 1000 shots in semi, the trigger "missed" the little wire connector switch, and then the gun would not fire. I simply fixed this by putting the original wiring back in my gun.

If your wiring is bad in your gun, I would do one of two things.

1. Find the stock wiring for the gun and install it
2. Stick to systema, ICS, and even guarder (on a last resort)

ICS wiring is similiar to Tokyo Mauri's wiring, which in my opinion is perhaps the best you can get on the market (it only comes with the gun however). Tokyo Mauri wiring never locks up, or overheats, and the semi function ALWAYS works. The ICS I have not had any problems with, and the guarder is even ok. The only thing you have to do with the guarder connector switch (i don't know why they made it like this) is to take a piece of sand paper and sand down the bottom part of the wire connector. Otherwise the semi function will not work properly in it.

Hope this helped

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