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Old 10-13-2013, 04:04 PM #1
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airsoft Help

I know this is a paintball site. But im about to get a King arms colt m4 ultra grade and am deciding what battery to get. I heard that a 9.6 battery can mess up your gun if you gun isn't strong enough but alot of people use them.
I am planing on using this gun for about 3 years so i need it to last!
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Old 10-17-2013, 05:00 PM #2
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I know this is a paintball site. But im about to get a King arms colt m4 ultra grade and am deciding what battery to get. I heard that a 9.6 battery can mess up your gun if you gun isn't strong enough but alot of people use them. I am planing on using this gun for about 3 years so i need it to last!
King arms makes good guns. Only battery that can really damage a gun is a lipo on a **** gearbox and that's only if you just hold down the trigger forever. It's the heat from the friction that tears them up. Burst fire is your friend with any gun
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Old 04-21-2016, 09:59 PM #3
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Should vs. can

Can you? yes
Should You?
- If you're concerned about longevity of your guns parts, then play it safe. Stick with user manual recommendations, and limit your internal modifications.

- A stronger than recommended battery will cause increased stress on your gearbox, motor, and trigger mech. Much much more so when you shoot full auto. A higher voltage than recommended battery will not increase gun performance other than rate of fire.
Using a higher than recommended battery is, in my opinion, a backwards way to upgrade. Better to use the proper battery to support the system as it was designed rather than rebuilding a system piece by piece thats trying to withstand too much voltage.
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