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  1. 1 point
    That is a "Max" rating. And the link has this note: "This is a very high current battery, but the 35A rating might be a bit optimistic." Continuous is the more important factor in Airsoft and that is usually 1/2 of the max rating, which put's it around 17.5A of which your 18650 is like "most" other 2500mah cells...it's at it's operational maximum and not the best for Airsoft with a "stock" gun...now that you are looking to install a M130. That cell is going to struggle in FA fire. And the graph shows it...under a normal AEG discharge of 15A. The voltage is sagging very hard at an average 3.3V per cell. Most LIPO...won't even sweat it at that rate and is at 4.0V per cell. And at 20A for the M130, let's say...it drops another .15V on average...that is horrendious.
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    For your fields: https://www.google.com/search?q=Columbus+Ohio+Airsoft+field&rlz=1C1CAFC_enUS835US835&oq=Columbus+Ohio+Airsoft+field&aqs=chrome..69i57j0.5214j0j15&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 You have 3 it seems. At the 200 price point you have options. What platform appeals to you?
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    time to add my nerdy speculation: I beleive that what this does is that by adding weight to the piston, it adds energy in the most critical part of the piston stroke. let me explain: when the piston is all the way back, the spring is applying the most force, while air pressure (ahead of the piston) is applying the least force. when the spring decompresses, the amount of force it is applying decreases, and the inertia of the piston as well as the air pressure increase. if you have a light piston, it will not conserve it's momentum against that air pressure as well as a heavier piston. though the heavier piston will not reach a higher velocity, it will have a greater mean velocity than the lighter piston, meaning that it will impart a smoother, (possibly stronger) amount of air pressure to the bb. of course, this is all speculation...


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