In part 1 of my Lithium-Polymer Batteries article, I talked about having a 100% gun. By that I meant having a gun that was built to run at 100%. As it is, most AEG’s on the market cannot run at 100% due to some problem; whether it is poor materials, mismatched material, or poor build quality. Some of you have asked for me to expand on this and show you how to build a gun that is capable of running at 100%. Well, to that end, I’ve started the write up on it. It looks like it will need to be a 5-10 part article as there is A LOT of information to cover. While it sounds complicated, I broke it down to a lot of steps to try to show how each item on the list is very simple to complete. In order to make all the topic covered in this series easy to understand I’ll be using various media including write ups, pictures, and video. What does that mean to you? Well, it means that these articles will take some time to publish so expect some delays but I will do all I can to keep them at a minimum. At the moment, my biggest delay is just getting a new AEG to start with. I want to start with a brand new, untouched, fresh from the box gun to avoid any bias in the article. In fact, the plan is to create a 100% gun out of a clone. Whether or not that works out… well, we’ll just have to wait and see!
Keep your eyes peeled for more info on this.