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#1 Sn1p3r M4n

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Posted 03 November 2008 - 09:55 PM

Im thinking of getting the kwa m16 and i have a few questions:

-what size battery connector is in the stock?
-Does the barrel shake or is it sturdy?
-What is the maximum battery size that can fit in the stock?
-What other bodies, foregrips, etc. are compatible?
  
Also, if it's not asking much can anybody tell me how good they think the gun is? Thanks  :)

#2 Lt. Tony

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Posted 04 November 2008 - 06:37 AM

This website should answer most or you questions

http://www.shortyusa...m...sk=&Show=24

And yes this gun is AWESOME!   :D

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Posted 07 November 2008 - 08:47 PM

View PostSn1p3r M4n, on Nov 4 2008, 12:55 AM, said:

Im thinking of getting the kwa m16 and i have a few questions:

-what size battery connector is in the stock?
-Does the barrel shake or is it sturdy?
-What is the maximum battery size that can fit in the stock?
-What other bodies, foregrips, etc. are compatible?
  
Also, if it's not asking much can anybody tell me how good they think the gun is? Thanks  :)

-Large connectors (kyosho i think it's callled?)
-The barrel is extremely sturdy with no shake (mine is 2+months old)
-The stock can hold up to a large 9.6 volt. The 10.8 volt does not fit (approx half an inch too big)
-That I'm not sure about.

I am extremely impressed with the m16. Stock, out of the box, mine shoots 400 fps with .25 grams. It has extremely good accuracy past 150 feet. The only modding I have done to it is put a 1 point sling adapter on it and that's probably all I need to do to it for a very long long time.

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Posted 08 November 2008 - 09:28 AM

View Posturban_epidemic, on Nov 7 2008, 09:47 PM, said:

-Large connectors (kyosho i think it's callled?)
-The barrel is extremely sturdy with no shake (mine is 2+months old)
-The stock can hold up to a large 9.6 volt. The 10.8 volt does not fit (approx half an inch too big)
-That I'm not sure about.

I am extremely impressed with the m16. Stock, out of the box, mine shoots 400 fps with .25 grams. It has extremely good accuracy past 150 feet. The only modding I have done to it is put a 1 point sling adapter on it and that's probably all I need to do to it for a very long long time.

I believe you mean Tamiya connectors :)




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