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Old 09-25-2006, 01:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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9V Revvy Performance?

I picked up some nice Olive 9V shells for some reason or another, and am considering putting internals in them. How well do 9V's feed and all that? I'll most likely be running it on my soon to be finished mech cocker. It may be a mech cocker, but I'm setting it up for performance and speed, so I'll be getting some decent BPS. I'm just wondering if I should upgrade to a 12V or if the 9V will handle to the job. Thanks.
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you can put 12v internals in it if I'm not mistaken, which I'd recommend. A 9vt is fine on a marker with a little kick like a tippy or spyder-I use one on an old classic mag-, but you won't get more than 7-8 bps from it and it won't feed at a steady rate. Granted, it's better than nothing.
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I don't see how I can get 12V internals in there with both the batteries. I really don't want to tape the extra battery to the outside.
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