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Old April 16th, 2007, 13:29   #1
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10.8V Batteries

Anyone currently using these? Any comments on performance/issue is appreciated.
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Old April 16th, 2007, 14:21   #2
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I use it in my m4 and my sr-25, great for higly upgraded rifle, cant really comment cause you didnt specifie the mAh. The only issue, they're big battery packs.
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I had to make one for my ICS M4 cuz the stupid thing is picky as hell and will not work with a small pack. Im running 10.8V NiCd in the foregrip, 1200mah ratio and it works just fine for a semi upgraded gun. Nice ROF and good kick to it.
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Old April 16th, 2007, 16:31   #4
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I use it in my m4 and my sr-25, great for highly upgraded rifle, cant really comment cause you didnt specifie the mAh. The only issue, they're big battery packs.
Was looking at this one. Seems not much larger than a regular 9.6V nunchuck (5.25 inches long).

My mechbox is done to the tits, and I just went to a PDI150 in a tightbore so I need the extra push to get my ROF back up.

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Old April 16th, 2007, 17:08   #5
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I am using a 10.8v NiMH on my G36k. Lasts me all day long, great semi-response and rate of fire. Only prob is the size of the battery, has to be re-wired to the back of the gun (on a G36, even with the large RAS).

Conclusion, if you got a cleanly upgraded gun, go for it. If you are unsure about your shimming, bushings, and grease, get a gun doctor to give you an OK. Also, make sure your chargers support 10.8v or you might have a very long charge time ahead of you.

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