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#1 greybaseball

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Posted 12 August 2008 - 06:37 PM

will a 9.6 volt battery be able to pull a m130? Also about what would the rof be with it?

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Posted 12 August 2008 - 07:45 PM

View Postgreybaseball, on Aug 12 2008, 09:37 PM, said:

will a 9.6 volt battery be able to pull a m130? Also about what would the rof be with it?

Yes, but the mah of the battery is more important than voltage to me. Maybe for you ROF freaks it may matter more.

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Posted 27 August 2008 - 07:26 PM

An 8.4v battery will pull and m130 spring but the rof will onlly be like 11-12 rps. If you use an intellect 9.6v battery you will probably be getting around 14-17 rps. The kwa km16 has an m130 spring and it pushes 19 rps with a lipo.

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Posted 28 August 2008 - 05:12 PM

View PostShmoogly3, on Aug 27 2008, 10:26 PM, said:

An 8.4v battery will pull and m130 spring but the rof will onlly be like 11-12 rps. If you use an intellect 9.6v battery you will probably be getting around 14-17 rps. The kwa km16 has an m130 spring and it pushes 19 rps with a lipo.

Ha, only 11- 12 rps.

That's a ton!  :lol:

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Posted 28 August 2008 - 07:43 PM

View Postbrooklyn468, on Aug 28 2008, 06:12 PM, said:

Ha, only 11- 12 rps.

That's a ton!  :lol:
WHAT! you think that's enough. Wow, have you ever used a gun with a good rate of fire, 20+ rps? If you've used a good battery you'll know what I'm talking about. Do you know what 12rps sounds like or even feels like when shot. Thats like using the battery that comes with the an aeg when you buy it. Plus the trigger response has a horrible lag time. How can you deal with that. When I see a guy with an aeg that is shooting very slow I just think to myself wow that sounds like his batteries about to die. It sounds like a the guns struggling to shoot, kind of like a crying baby, but not as intense. Bottom line is, if your using an m130 spring you want to use a 9.6v battery and up.

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Posted 29 August 2008 - 02:58 AM

View PostShmoogly3, on Aug 28 2008, 07:43 PM, said:

WHAT! you think that's enough. Wow, have you ever used a gun with a good rate of fire, 20+ rps? If you've used a good battery you'll know what I'm talking about. Do you know what 12rps sounds like or even feels like when shot. Thats like using the battery that comes with the an aeg when you buy it. Plus the trigger response has a horrible lag time. How can you deal with that. When I see a guy with an aeg that is shooting very slow I just think to myself wow that sounds like his batteries about to die. It sounds like a the guns struggling to shoot, kind of like a crying baby, but not as intense. Bottom line is, if your using an m130 spring you want to use a 9.6v battery and up.


when i hear 12 RPS I take cover! thats an M170 with infinite gears! hahahaha!

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Posted 29 August 2008 - 06:18 PM

View PostShmoogly3, on Aug 28 2008, 10:43 PM, said:

WHAT! you think that's enough. Wow, have you ever used a gun with a good rate of fire, 20+ rps? If you've used a good battery you'll know what I'm talking about. Do you know what 12rps sounds like or even feels like when shot. Thats like using the battery that comes with the an aeg when you buy it. Plus the trigger response has a horrible lag time. How can you deal with that. When I see a guy with an aeg that is shooting very slow I just think to myself wow that sounds like his batteries about to die. It sounds like a the guns struggling to shoot, kind of like a crying baby, but not as intense. Bottom line is, if your using an m130 spring you want to use a 9.6v battery and up.

Lol you should see my buddie's guns. You would see what I mean.  :lol:

No I literally have a buddy who has a DE UPM and it shoots 3 rps.  :lol:

I like 12rps. Not over the top, and you will be able to have ammo left over. Of course, it depends on the field. CQB, I'd go 25 or so would be nice for me, as for anything else, as long as it is above 7rps, I'm good  :lol:

BTW, nice punctuaction :lol:

@ KarMeister

:lol: Nice!




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