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Old May 21st, 2015, 16:16   #9
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Originally Posted by Bprokz View Post
Thanks for this Advice, this is exactly what i was looking for, something like a PEQ Batt Box would be perfect for my gun (I think), does anyone know what a good battery/Peq Batt Box Combo would be, when i search my gun all over the internet all i can find for reccomendation on battery is as follow

"Recommend to use 11.1V 1450mAh 15C PEQ-15 Type Lithium Rechargeable Battery For store into AN/PEQ-15 Type Battery Case " and thats from e-hobbyasia (Which calls my gun the XCR Mini and not the XCR) so i'm not sure how much i should trust the info. I ordered my gun from a Canadian site, but i have to wait for the manual to see what it recommends for a battery since i don't have the gun yet and i'm assuming it won't come with one.

When i ordered the gun i made sure to ask alot of questions and the guy said that LIPO's were def an option on this gun.

Again really new to the whole Airsoft scene so all help is wonderful thank you

Edit: i should have realised their are many XCR guns, the FULL name of my gun is "VFC x Socom Gear Robinson Armament XCR Mini AEG (Tan)"
Umm I suggest you read on the battery post, it details what battery you should get. as in a combo, it really depends on two things. battery size, and that box internal size, that's pretty much all to it to make it fit. (I had to measure the size of my battery compartment to buy a lipo for the P90's small room) I'm pretty sure your gun can take a 11.1v lipo with 15c..since my echo1 AK can too of 25c, and that's a 200 dollar gun comparing to a VFC..(I do not know the internals of a VFC...never owned one, but I heard they are damn good, so 11.1 shouldn't be a problem)

right also buy the right connector type...My guns are all wired to deans, so I usually buy deans batteries to save myself the trouble (i found cheap ones). just be aware of the connector type so you don't have to solder yourself, which is easy but you will be throwing extra money in there..

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