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  1. Thanks for your help, the 1400 MAH seems like the best option. Can you tell me a bit about a battery bag/holder that you attach to the outside of your stock? I don't really want to spend a lot of money on a lipo and charger, (considering I haven't even played the sport yet because my gun broke so many times) so if it's not hard to install I think I'll go with that and get the battery and charger you recommend for Christmas or something like that. Edit: Also, would I have to install a mosfet before I use it? I'm thinking I don't need one because it's a lower volt LiPo, but I just want to be sure.
  2. I'm going to assume that was a typo right? Anyways, would a higher mah make the battery larger, and if yes would it still fit?
  3. A couple weeks ago I bought a Lonex M4 CQB edition with a crane stock. The gun is great but my battery unfortunately doesn't fit. I've heard about battery bags, where you keep the battery on the side of the stock, and I'd like to learn how you modify your stock to allow the wire to go though. If I can't do this easily (and without messing up the stock) I think I will buy a battery that fits in my buffertube. I did some research and it seems like I should get a 7.4 volt lipo battery, because lipos are more space efficient then Ni mh batteries, but I could be wrong. I was thinking about this charger: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbycity/store/u...?idProduct=7028 and this battery, http://hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__345...RSOFT_Pack.html . Any help would be appreciated.
  4. The gun just won't shoot, near the end of the first mag, it started to have 2 - 3 second delays from when I pulled the trigger to when it actually fired, I thought the battery was running out, but when I went to recharge it, my smart charger said it was full in about 20 minutes, which means the battery was almost full, and when I put the battery in it didn't fire at all, no sound or anything. I tried with 2 different batteries and it still didn't work. I don't want to disassemble the gun, because that would void the warranty, so I'm just going to send it back to Evike.
  5. Yeah I know, so I asked in OP which gun to get. I heard Lonex's M4s were good, but it costs 50 dollars more, and I've heard the ones on Evike arn't as good as the ones on Clandestine, so I don't know if it's worth it.
  6. I'm using .25 gram Elite Force bbs, I have a 9.6 volt battery, I charge with a smart charger, I cleaned the barrel, and I don't use full auto much, and if I do, it's only for around 2 or 3 seconds, nothing that should break the gun. I charge my battery before it goes completely dead too, infact the guns all broke before I needed to recharge my battery. I'm fairly certain it's not my fault, because when I sent the gun into Evike they couldn't figure out what's wrong with it, so they sent me a new one. I think maybe the entire of batch of King Arms M4's that they sent to Evike was defective, because the chances of me getting 3 lemons is certainly small.
  7. Hello, I am back with another request for help, because unfortunately, my gun broke, 3 times. Back near July 4th, (just after when I got out of school) I order an airsoft gun, the King Arms M4, because you guys suggested I get it. I received it about a week later, and when I go to shoot it, it shoots one bullet and stops. I send it back to Evike, and three weeks later they send me a new gun. At this point my summer is half over, and I was extremely excited to finally get a new airsoft gun, but to my dismay it doesn't fire again. We send it back, and about a week later I receive another King Arms M4, and it works for around 500 shots or so, and then it breaks again. When I called Evike, they offered to send a different M4 as a replacement, and I told them I would think about which one I want to get, and call them back. I was thinking of a Lonex M4, I've heard good things about those, but I heard that the ones Evike sells doesn't have as good of a motor as the one on Clandestine. Is it still worth the purchase? And how reliable is it? Thanks.
  8. We must not have seen that model, I really like the look of it, I'll show it to him and see what he thinks.
  9. Yeah, I think that's the best choice but he seems like he's leaning towards the CM.
  10. My friend is leaning towards the Combat Machine, because it has more rails then the JG G36, so can you provide some more information on the CM? Thanks.
  11. If we don't tune the gun, what problems would we encounter with it? Would the gears break or something, or would the gun just not preform well?
  12. Hello, my friend has an old and cheap M14 rifle, and he thinks he needs an upgrade. Budget: 200 dollars for the gun itself. Model Preference: He either wants an M4 or a G36, although he'd go for another model if it's much better. The only catch though is that he doesn't want the same gun as me, I have a King Arms Full Metal M4, (doesn't want to be a "copy cat"). Where we play: We usually play in our backyards, but me and him are going to try to start playing at a real airsoft field that's near our house. The FPS limit there is 360 FPS using .25 bbs or up to 400 using .20′s. If the gun shoots too hot for that, we could probably figure out how to change out the spring, but we'd strongly prefer not to. Role: He's not really sure what he want's to play, so a gun that's versatile. Tech Skills: We don't currently know much about modifying guns, so he needs something good out of the box, but just in case he wants to modify it in the future, he does need to be able to upgrade it a bit. Thanks in advance, last time you were helpful and I'm hoping you are just as helpful this time.
  13. Thanks for your input, but I already bought the King Arms. I can't change my order now, and no offense but I think the KA was the better choice.
  14. That sounds good, I don't need to have a gun that shoots like a laser for backyard play, and I MIGHT upgrade in a year or two once I get into the sport more. I decided to purchase the gun, cost me 156$ because of a sale on Evike, so it was within my budget, (well only 6$ off). Thanks everyone who helped me, I really appreciate it, and I will be sure to come back to this site again if I need more help or info.
  15. Alright. I think I'll get the metal one, and sorry ghis phone doesnt have auto correct, its an old baseline android.
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