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9.6v G36 Sniper Stock Batteries for Swaps.


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Krawli

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Here I have 2x 9.6v batteries that are for the G36 Folding Sniper Stock (http://www.flickr.co...wli/6855758413/)

1 is an original 9.6v G&P battery, in perfect order, hardly used, with a deans connector.

1 is a hand made (don't know by who) 9.6v Sanyo battery, this is not heat shrinked, so a little wobbly, so I usually cover in tape (removed for picture) also with deans connector, this one I think is pretty ok, but may need a little wiggle now and again to work or just do a bit of re-soldering.

Pictures:
http://www.flickr.co...wli/6855655961/
http://www.flickr.co...wli/6855653353/


I am after a couple of standard small 9.6v batteries with the normal tamiya connectors and as high an mAh as poss.
Or at a push 2x large 8.4v standard batteries, again with as large an mAh as poss.


Thanks for looking.

Kev.

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Krawli

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  • Guns: G36C, M4A1 with M203, M15A1, P90, UMP, CQB Shotgun, Beretta M92, Hi Capa 4.3, Glock 19, P99.

  • Loadouts: British DPM & Full OD

Here I have 2x 9.6v batteries that are for the G36 Folding Sniper Stock (http://www.flickr.co...wli/6855758413/)

1 is an original 9.6v G&P battery, in perfect order, hardly used, with a deans connector.

1 is a hand made (don't know by who) 9.6v Sanyo battery, this is not heat shrinked, so a little wobbly, so I usually cover in tape (removed for picture) also with deans connector, this one I think is pretty ok, but may need a little wiggle now and again to work or just do a bit of re-soldering.

Pictures:
http://www.flickr.co...wli/6855655961/
http://www.flickr.co...wli/6855653353/


I am after a couple of standard small 9.6v batteries with the normal tamiya connectors and as high an mAh as poss.
Or at a push 2x large 8.4v standard batteries, again with as large an mAh as poss.


Thanks for looking.

Kev.



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