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Classic Army Sportline M15A4 AEG
Classic Army wanted to create a line that could offer the durability and quality their brand was known for while fitting the needs of a budget-minded new entry level player. Their creation was the new Classic Army Sportsline AEG that came out in the fall of 2007.
The first model was the CA Sportsline M15A4 modeled after the popular M16 / M4 series rifles popular in military applications across the world. The AEG utilized an ABS plastic body, but still weighed in a 5.15 pounds which is only slightly lighter than its full metal counterpart. Everything else is standard to what you would expect from an AEG: a one piece metal barrel, realistic upper and lower receivers, one piece hop-up unit and functioning charging handle and ejection port.
In 2013, Classic Army decided to improve the internals of their Sportsline with a change to metal bushings, a stronger 110 spring, metal spring guide, improved air nozzle, high torque motor and a steel gear set.
The Classic Army Sportline M15A4 sells on average for $160 as of the time of this writing.
Here’s what some people have to say for the replica:
“This is perfect for beginners, or for players that want a good platform to upgrade from.”
“While lacking the sturdy metal body of its hundred dollar more expensive brother, Classic Army’s Sportline M15A4 Carbine is a hell of a bargain.” - Jason DeConti
“I would definitely recommend this gun to a beginner, or even a seasoned player for an upgrade platform.” - Jonathan P.
“It seems that after all [t]hat Classic Army has done in the past, they have definitely learned from their mistakes and made a superb rifle for an affordable price.”