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Poor form to say somebody's stuff is junk.
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we have a bird owner that can provide those and lots more at a good price.
Thats the business hes in,selling wire,connectors and all kinds of other cool stuff.
That is good to know. Maybe he could provide a standard kit for all of us to add to our toolbox. I would rather buy from a fellow owner than Amazon.

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I should refresh before I post... Looks like the question is already answered
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The Chica website has those connectors but way overpriced. I could not find them on the Columbine site. Hard site to maneuver as you have to go through a bunch of pages . However I did find those connectors on both Ebay and Ali express at much better prices than Chica.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/100Pcs-Heat...ss!85741!US!-1




https://www.aliexpress.com/store/pro...ceBeautifyAB=0


I have never ordered from aliexpress. I also saw these interesting connectors


https://www.aliexpress.com/store/pro...ceBeautifyAB=0


I have been in situations where you need a sturdy 2,3 or 4 pin connector that can withstand moisture. I have used those cheap flat trailer connectors but they are crude. The above connector says it is IP68 rated. That is a very high standard of waterproofing I have never used one of those connectors but they would surely be better than those metal Cannon connectors! I do not know what gauge of wire will fit.
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Those chicom solder butts are pure junk, Im sorry. I dont know who owns what here, but Columbine seems to have all the right stuff, naked butts and good heat shrink, thats all I was saying. I buy lots from Waytek so im familiar with their site...
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http://www.columbineconnectors.com/p...Connector.html nekked butts
http://www.columbineconnectors.com/p...shrink-tubing/ appropriate heat shrink

It's all good.
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Most,if not all of their stuff is made in the USA,


so,if we were to have a door prize from Columbine,what would you guys like to have?
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Most,if not all of their stuff is made in the USA,


so,if we were to have a door prize from Columbine,what would you guys like to have?
Well noninsulated butts and good heat shrink tubing of course!
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Most,if not all of their stuff is made in the USA,


so,if we were to have a door prize from Columbine,what would you guys like to have?
An assortment in a clear plastic tray/container
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