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Question what battery to use for a combat machine m16 blowback?

i'm probably going to buy the Combat Machine M16 blowback but it doesn't come with a battery or charger... i want to know what battery i should get both in voltage and type(size).. and what kind of charger if there's a specific one
P.S. doesn't have to be a really high quality battery for now just a normal one will do until i can get the better one..
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Old 06-25-2010, 04:26 PM
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G&Gs are made for 9.6's (don't quote me on that) so I would get that kind. Nunchuck batteries will fit in just about anything, including every Armalite gun so I would get one.
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Old 06-25-2010, 04:44 PM
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If it has the full M16 stock you could also get a "candy bar" type battery in 9.6v. Also get a high quality smart charger. They charge faster and automatically shut off the current to the battery so that you don't ruin the battery. MAKE SURE YOU GET THE RIGHT CHARGER FOR THE BATTERY! If you get a Ni-Cd or Ni-Mh get a charger for that type. If you go li-po get a charger for a li-po
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The battery is inserted into the forearm machine - mini type or nunchuck is your choice.
Replacing the stock to "paddle" You can use all type batteries
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Old 06-25-2010, 04:58 PM
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G&Gs are made for 9.6's (don't quote me on that) so I would get that kind. Nunchuck batteries will fit in just about anything, including every Armalite gun so I would get one.
If you have no idea what you are talking about, please don't post, disinformation is worse than no information.

If you are purchasing an electric blowback gun a quality battery with high capacity mAh is a must, they use more energy than a standard AEG. In addition to the battery you need a smart charger to keep your battery in shape and prevent any problems with it not fully charging, or getting "cell memory"


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The battery is inserted into the forearm machine - mini type or nunchuck is your choice.
Replacing the stock to "paddle" You can use all type batteries
I don't even know what you said
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G&Gs blowback system doesnt use anymore energy than a regular aeg. Not all blowback systems are electrically powered.
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Old 06-25-2010, 05:09 PM
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G&Gs blowback system doesnt use anymore energy than a regular aeg. Not all blowback systems are electrically powered.
Then how does it work..... It will cause more resistance in the system and there for draw on the motor and battery.....
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Its probably pneumatic. When the piston moves forward it pushes some of the air into another cylinder pushing another piston that is connected to the fake bolt... Or at least that is what i have heard
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If you have no idea what you are talking about, please don't post, disinformation is worse than no information.
The guy I bought it from told me that.
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Old 06-25-2010, 05:22 PM
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9.6v battery is pretty broad, and nun chucks WILL NOT FIT ALL ARMALITES!!!
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9.6v battery is pretty broad, and they WILL NOT FIT ALL ARMALITES!!!
Any one I have tried it fit pretty well. Actually in a few it fit better than the one it was made for.
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M4 RIS with an LE stock couldn't fit a 9.6, it could only fit a li-po... and that would even be a challenge
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Old 06-25-2010, 05:25 PM
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I meant nun chucks, they will not fit every armalite. I know you have not used every armalite gun so making a claim like that is just silly
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9.6v would be best, but you could go bigger. If it's Li-poly ready, you could look into that. But if I were you, I would get a Smart Charger, it helps in the long run.
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I meant nun chucks, they will not fit every armalite. I know you have not used every armalite gun so making a claim like that is just silly
I'm sorry I'm generalizing and I'm sorry you take small things like this too seriously. It's like saying that a large type motor will fit in all ARs, and you replying "No faggot I have a M4 with a rifle grip and it uses small type motors. Lurk moar and go to hell."
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I'm sorry I'm generalizing and I'm sorry you take small things like this too seriously. It's like saying that a large type motor will fit in all ARs, and you replying "No faggot I have a M4 with a rifle grip and it uses small type motors. Lurk moar and go to hell."
Did you honestly just type that? Please tell me that I am seeing things....

I am just trying to help this new player get the best possible advice, something you aren't really helping with
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Did you honestly just type that? Please tell me that I am seeing things....

I am just trying to help this new player get the best possible advice, something you aren't really helping with
I'm trying to help too and you could have told me kindly that I was wrong, but you just had to be hostile and start a flame war about it.

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I'm sorry I'm generalizing and I'm sorry you take small things like this too seriously. It's like saying that a large type motor will fit in all ARs, and you replying "No faggot I have a M4 with a rifle grip and it uses small type motors. Lurk moar and go to hell."
You're generalizing with statements that aren't necessarily true, then getting defensive when someone calls you out on it. Learn to deal with criticism, post when you know what you're talking about.
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Hey guys let's play nice please. It's a thread that is made by some one asking for help, not trying to start a flame war.
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Yaaaaayyyy flaming!

But, does the combat machine have a full stock or a collapsible "LE" stock on it? Or does the battery go in the front hand grip, or in the stock.

If it goes in the full stock, then you can easily fit a 9.6v into it. I run a 9.6v 3300mAH brick in my CA fullstock, and there is room to spare even with the fuse.

If it is a LE stock, then a mini 8.4v will fit into the front handguard fairly easily. I don't have experience with a nunchuck, so I cannot speak for them. However, I know they make a battery designed just for an M4 fore grip.
The 9.6v 2000mAH Foregrip
The 8.4v 2000 mAH Foregrip
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