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Old June 5th, 2010, 22:44   #1
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new battery for M4 Feild duty kit

Yes it is from walmart but still can i replace my battery and get a higher ROF and not damage my gun or not.

Link to the gun from walmart also avalible on buyairsoft.
http://www.walmart.ca/details?tabId=...&assetId=60775
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Old June 5th, 2010, 23:00   #2
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Yes it is from walmart but still can i replace my battery and get a higher ROF and not damage my gun or not.

Link to the gun from walmart also avalible on buyairsoft.
http://www.walmart.ca/details?tabId=...&assetId=60775
No, Sorry.

Welcome to Airsoft Canada, I suggest you take one of the following suggestions.

1. If your over 18, get out to a local game in your area and get age verified then purchase a better quality product either through a retailer here or another of your choice.

2. If your under 18, wait until your old enough then follow the advice in number 1. OR

3. Look for a field in your area that will allow you to play while underaged but keep using your walmart gun until your ready to upgrade to something a little more expensive.

Your call mate


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Old June 5th, 2010, 23:14   #3
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Yes it is from walmart but still can i replace my battery and get a higher ROF and not damage my gun or not.

Link to the gun from walmart also avalible on buyairsoft.
http://www.walmart.ca/details?tabId=...&assetId=60775
That gun is a piece of crap. Though it is a marui clone (I've handled one), it has a plastic gearbox.

Saying, probably the opposite of what others might say, I've actually had a friend run his for about 20k rounds on a 11.1v 20C LiPo. Even though he did it, it's probably more luck than reliability for the gun (like the video of a WELL p90 surviving a LiPo torture test). I probably wouldn't want to put a LiPo in that gun.

If you've already bought it. Just go out to a game, to get a grip of what real airsoft is like. Then you could decide whether to invest into airsoft or not (you need to be 18+, or 16+ in some places).
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Old June 5th, 2010, 23:17   #4
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ok thanks for your sugestions yes i herd about it being crap but yes i am under 18 and it will work for now until im redy for higher fps(thats coming soon enghof) just have to find the feild for me and my buddys first, anyone know a airsoft feild in fort mac alberta.?
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Old June 5th, 2010, 23:47   #5
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ok thanks for your sugestions yes i herd about it being crap but yes i am under 18 and it will work for now until im redy for higher fps(thats coming soon enghof) just have to find the feild for me and my buddys first, anyone know a airsoft feild in fort mac alberta.?
How old are you exactly?
If you are 16+ you should probably be able to find a field in Fort McMurry (a decent sized city). You definitely do not want use that on the field, you will be severely outclassed.

About the FPS, higher velocity, in many situations is less important for increasing range than hop-up. While a 400FPS gun with a perfectly tuned hop-up can shoot farther than a 300FPS gun with a perfectly tuned hop-up, a 260FPS Marui can shoot farther than a 400FPS CYMA gun, which probably says something.

When you are 18, I would advise getting AV'ed here and/or buying a gun from http://www.Mach1airsoft.com or http://www.oneworldairsoft.com

Also, your grammar, and spelling is terrible. Having good grammar makes you appear professional and older, and people speaking like you are generally frowned on.

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Old June 6th, 2010, 00:01   #6
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ok thanks for your sugestions yes i herd about it being crap but yes i am under 18 and it will work for now until im redy for higher fps(thats coming soon enghof) just have to find the feild for me and my buddys first, anyone know a airsoft feild in fort mac alberta.?
Ft. Mac.... I don't really know of a big community there but I believe there are a few people who play up there (I was looking into it when I was looking at working at Suncor/Syncrude for a summer job), not sure if they'll identify themselves or not though. HOWEVER, if you're up for a trip to Edmonton there is a youth group that plays called "EASY group" (Edmonton Airsoft Youth) that will accept under 18 and I believe there are a few 18+ members that support it and like how they run things.

Anyways, just wait a few years and you'll be fine but if you insist on shooting in the backyard or w/e then do it safely and have your parents supervise.

I'm pretty sure though that in Ft. Mac most of the players are the ones doing the "compressed work week rotation" thing where they work for 2 weeks really hard and get 2 weeks off and go back to their hometown.
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Old June 6th, 2010, 04:37   #7
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How old are you exactly?
If you are 16+ you should probably be able to find a field in Fort Mccurry (a decent sized city). You definitely do not want use that on the field, you will be severely outclassed.

About the FPS, higher velocity, in many situations is less important for increasing range than hop-up. While a 400FPS gun with a perfectly tuned hop-up can shoot farther than a 300FPS gun with a perfectly tuned hop-up, a 260FPS Marui can shoot farther than a 400FPS CYMA gun, which probably says something.

When you are 18, I would advise getting AV'ed here and/or buying a gun from http://www.Mach1airsoft.com or http://www.oneworldairsoft.com

Also, your grammar, and spelling is terrible. Having good grammar makes you appear professional and older, and people speaking like you are generally frowned on.
Mcmurray

its also better to buy gear before you hit 18 then get a gun later
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