So I just got some Smoke PS-14-KN. Little did I know, the microswitch was different from the PS-14-K snap in and the 24 mm PS-14-DNK both of which I’m more familiar with. Argh! What gives? Why on earth would they do that? I guess I should have checked first or noticed the image switch looked slightly larger (thought it could have been a different angle) so my fault, but damn Seimitsu, why bro? I used to love you I guess I still love you, but I’m sad today.
After just spending a pretty good sum of money on OBS-M-1 assemblies, I feel like a total ass because they don’t fit.
So I guess I have some options. I could put the assembly into the barrel and loctite thread locker it into place, which means the plunger can still rest on the top and not wobble. I could add nylon washers between the sides to make them wider, and set the plunger perpendicular to the assembly so it engages, though this leaves the plunger a bit wobbly, but functional. It would still need a dab of loctite to stop it from sliding. Or I could use the PS-14-G switch it came with, though I don’t want to do that for a number of reasons.