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Wireless Remote for AEG
This has got to be one of my favorite trap setups. 1 Remote AEG and 1 Remote firing ASC7 hidden is such a way that the enemy can't tell there isn't one is with the AEG. As the opposing force moves closer to the trap I begin firing the AEG. They'll generally drop and then begin flanking the Remote AEG position. I only fire the AEG occasionally to keep them focused on the trap and cover the sound of my movement if I'm out of position. As they flank they'll either end up with their back to me for easy hits or they'll end up within the kill zone of the ASC7. In which case it is my great pleasure to press the other button.
Having a remote firing AEG is really helpful in a lot of circumstances but I don't want there to be any confusion as to how it works. So if after reading this page and you still have questions let me know. You can email any questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
There have been many questions about how the Wireless Remote works with an AEG. You don't need to make any internal modifications to the AEG. The wireless unit plugs in between the battery and AEG. Just unplug the battery from the AEG.
Then hook up the wireless receiver to the gun.
Set gun to full auto. Semi auto will not work. Then place rubber band or other trigger holder to hold the trigger back.
The gun will fire as long as you hold the remote button down. Or you can change a jumper so that when you press the remote button the gun will fire until you press the button again. How to change this is discussed in the instructions.
Every model of gun is different. The MP5-PDW is one of the simplest. For the Mauri M4A1 you have to remove the battery cover to hook up the wireless remote.
We recommend that this is only hooked up to stock guns. In other words if you've got a 12v battery in your gun it may do damage to the wireless unit.
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