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CA M15A4 RIS Carbine AEG Airsoft Gun (Sportline)
[06940 / SP016P]
$199.99
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by S. GRONSMAN Date Added: Wednesday 30 November, 2011
For: CA M15A4 RIS Carbine AEG Airsoft Gun (Sportline)
Product Information:
This is a great gun. I have had it for over a year now and it still works flawlessly. i have put around 20,000 rounds i have had it jam a few times put that was when i was using low grade bbs, YOU MUST use high grade bbs with this high quality gun. i took the gear box apart it was well shimed and well lubbed (taking the gear box apart is for highly skilled airsofters DO NOT TRY IT leave it to the pros here at ASGI) i was a bit dissopointed when i found of that 2 of the 3 gears are not Classic army never less they are still high quality gears. this is a great beginer to moderate skill level gun i would highly recomend it.

Pros:
High ROF 800 RPM on a intilect 9.6
Good FPS mine is 350fps with .20s
Okay grouping about a 3 ft. spread at 150ft
Good hop up
Crane stock
Great iron sights (the front trangular sight is non removeable)
Great trade marks from armalite

Cons:
Not the best RIS its all aluminum casting
FPS if you play field
lose selector switch
by C. ROLLS verified buyer Date Added: Saturday 04 September, 2010
verified buyer
For: CA M15A4 RIS Carbine AEG Airsoft Gun (Sportline)
Product Information:
dont be fooled by this gun being a sportline this is a good gun its some what light. i hated the fact that they dont give you a battery for it ut it comes with some other stuff yourll have to buy it to find out what oh and the stock moves a lil but no big and its a monster with a red dot scope on top of the R.I.S under the handle but nice gun dont worry its not cheap plastic but whould like it better if full metal

Pros:
all most every thing i s metal
nice finish
cheap for a CA
most buy if ya trying to save money for a good aeg

Cons:
no battery
or charger
o yea NO BATTTERY
(now i have spend more money)
by J. OBRIEN Date Added: Friday 20 August, 2010
For: CA M15A4 RIS Carbine AEG Airsoft Gun (Sportline)
Product Information:
New Players, this is a very solid option for your first AEG. For those that are researching, I know that there are a lot of mixed feelings about the Sportline series. I'm going to try and focus on my personal observations and stick to the facts. As you read on, understand that this review is on the 2010 model so you may find some differences from you read elsewhere. (the Sportline series was introduced 2 - 3 years prior)

First off, the construction. There are a surprising number of metal parts on this gun. The inner and outer barrel, RIS system, rear sight, charging handle, and gear box. The body is a thick polymer and is unbelievably sturdy. All pieced together, you have a solid rifle with zero wobble. On the construction side of things, the only negative I found is the Crane Stock. The Crane Stock feels very fragile and from my early inspection was the only piece that wobbled a little. The battery compartment is very difficult to remove and takes away (albeit only a little) from the overall quality of the gun.

While I have only opened the gun enough to inspect the inside briefly (I was anxious to test fire) I can tell you that the descriptions listed on the ASGI site are pretty spot on. The M15A4 Sportline has a Version 2 metal gear box and cylinder, metal inner barrel, but what surprised me the most was the wiring. The battery wiring within the crane stock is sleeved in a thick rubber "pigtail" chord. This lends to very easy insertion of the battery and keeps it solidly in place.

If you are reading this review, there is something you need to know. There are two product pages to purchase this rifle. The page you are reading is the gun ONLY. The reason I bring this up, is that purchasing the gun by itself you will not get a battery or charger included. I would suggest purchasing the (Sportline/Value Package) as this comes with a battery and charger. The RIS/Crane Stock Sportline requires a Crane Stock battery and it will save you some delivery headaches in the meantime.

Overall, I give the CA M15A4 RIS Sportline a respectable nod and an 8 out 10

Pros:
Solid/Sturdy construction
Metal outer barrel
Metal inner barrel
Metal V2 Gearbox
A GREAT option for a starter AEG

Cons:
Poor Crane stock construction (my opinion)
No included battery or charger
Very little else
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