Having the right Airsoft Batteries for your guns makes all the difference on the battlefield. Most common Airsoft guns on the market nowadays are battery-powered AEGs (Airsoft Electric Guns). Here you can find the exact airsoft battery to match your airsoft gun and desired performance.
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The most common weapons nowadays are AEG (Airsoft Electric Guns). The guns work through a spring-loaded piston pump that is powered by an electric motor. To power the electric motor you need batteries usually in the form of a portable and rechargeable pack that is light and easy to carry. AEG’s originate from Japan with the famous Tokyo Marui being the original developers of the gearbox.
Choosing the right Airsoft Battery
There are different type of battery types and sizes. As there are different sizes there are also differences in power. When purchasing a replica often it is stated what battery it needs. For example, the G&G Cm16 Arp9 (Black) is powered by a Nuprol Lipo Battery 11.1v – 1100mah (Stick Type). If you would choose a battery that is weaker in voltage like the Nuprol Lipo Battery 7.4v – 1100mah Stick Type you will miss out on the firepower the gun has. Choosing a battery that has a higher voltage than the gun can handle you will override the gearbox and your warranty will get revoked by the manufacturer.
Airsoft Batteries Capacity
While voltage is the power for your gun that gives a certain rate of fire. The MaH or milliamp-hour is the fuel for your gun. Because AEG’s use energy constantly the higher the MaH, the longer you can use the gun. However the higher the MaH the bigger the size of the battery to carry all the energy around. You need to make choices regarding the batteries, either to carry extra batteries that are small and light or a few that are heavy and larger. This comes down to playstyle, being light and agile or heavy and forceful.