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what is the best battery for the sr36c g36c

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Easiest solution is to buy a spare battery and swop them over at the lunch break (cost about £13). You can also buy higher capacity batteries which last longer e.g. 8.4v 3300mah. Many forum users like the component shop (link below)

 

http://www.component-shop.co.uk/html/8_4v_airsoft.html

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To be honest unless you fire a ridiculous amount or something one of those should do fine for a day- though I definitely suggest getting a spare just in case, it's better to be safe than sorry.

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this battery is a good one but they run out after a while so buy a spare but to be sure i would buy 2 more to have 3 overall just in case there is a problem with one of the battery's this is a mini connector battery too make sure you dont buy any male large connectors because these wont fit your gun unless you buy a converter wire which are very cheap.

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I run 8.4V 1600mAh batteries in my g36 and they last me at least 2 days of skirmishing before flat...

 

Just get a spare and it will do.

 

As to bigger batteries... they won't fit in the handguard remember :)

Mini type batteries (mini nunchuck are better) or go LiPo or LiFe

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Go 9.6V, you'll get a better ROF :)

 

When you have some experience go over to LiPo's, a 7.4V will do you fine, don't go 11.1V unless you have a Mosfet installed that will help cover trigger contacts.

 

LiPo's will give you better response time and ROF.

 

Also, switch over to deans if you can for better response, for a £2 and 10 minutes of soldering job, it's well worth it.

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