• Changing battery type
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I use a HK Mp7 ([url]http://www.pyramydair.com/p/HK-MP7-AEG-airsoft-rifle.shtml[/url]) It came with a micro battery 450 mAH, at first the battery worked perfectly. After I charged it, the battery no longer holds a charge. I can charge it, place it in my gun the gun will shoot 10-20 bbs fine and then make a sound like the battery has died and it will stop shooting. I have a larger battery ( [url]http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?cPath=27_46&products_id=2918[/url] ), but it has the two wires which must be attached and my Mp7 doesn't have the attachment, how would I change my Mp7 to accept these batteries?
micro, 450 MAH, pyramydair.com, probably overcharged using a wall charger and not smart charger. I see no problem here, carry on with your life. And that's a small battery connector, wtf do you have?
Can you please use the questions thread?
[QUOTE=Capn'Underpants;26919219]micro, 450 MAH, pyramydair.com, probably overcharged using a wall charger and not smart charger. I see no problem here, carry on with your life. And that's a small battery connector, wtf do you have?[/QUOTE] MP7s use the 7.2 or whatever batteries that you cant find anywhere.
Get a small to large connector adapter and a smart charger.
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MP7s take a custom battery.
Yeah, you'd have to find it on an overseas website, then pay $40 for shipping.
How about this, only people who own MP7 AEP's respond. TM/WELL MP7 AEP's take a special 7.2v battery. It does NOT use your typical mini or large connector. The batteries are special and have contacts built into the end of the battery. When you slide the battery into the gun it makes contact with the contacts inside of the gun. This was done to save space in an already cramped gun. Wires wouldn't work. If you wanted your MP7 to take larger batteries you would need to buy the battery conversion kit. You would also have to run your battery externally. I don't remember the brand or even where to get those anymore, but it would basically sit inside where your battery would and a wire could be run to the outside of the gun. My friend did this with his along with every other upgrade you could think of for a MP7 and it was insane. Ah here it is. This is the battery conversion kit I was talking about. [url]http://www.airsoftpost.com/product_info.php?products_id=32049[/url]
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