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    And I shall call it Bob Seger...

    I've got myself a full on Psycho Ballistics Silver Bullet. No need to shake and bake by hand, this thing slams HARD even when it's tuned for lower pressure. If someone is running up on you, just poke out and use the power of the sun to blind the hell out of them!



    One impressive thing about this Spyder clone is that the clappernoid only needs a standard 9v and not one of those silly 9.6v rechargeables like the rest of my eFrames.
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    One of the best milled/looking STBB's ever made. Qmto would agree as well .
     

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      Hello!

      Dumb Question, how do you know if the electro board for the spyders/clones need a regular 9 volt or a 9.6 volt?

      Best,

      Smiley

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        Originally posted by MrKittyCatMeowFace View Post
        One of the best milled/looking STBB's ever made. Qmto would agree as well .
        Hmmmm... I've noticed I'm missing the rail. I got this with a pile of sorts too. I'll have to dig in there and see if it's floating around. The completion isn't in me hates this. It sure does have some great milling though.
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          Originally posted by infamoussmiley View Post
          Hello!

          Dumb Question, how do you know if the electro board for the spyders/clones need a regular 9 volt or a 9.6 volt?

          Best,

          Smiley
          Pretty much they all need a 9.6v. some can get away with a standard off the shelf duracell and others can't. Best way to test it is to just use a regular 9v and have it click for a few hundred shots without it being aired up. If it feels like the battery is starting to give up and your LEDs or lcd screen is doing weird things like fading or flickering, you need a 9.6v battery.
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            Originally posted by ChoSanJuan View Post
            Pretty much they all need a 9.6v. some can get away with a standard off the shelf duracell and others can't. Best way to test it is to just use a regular 9v and have it click for a few hundred shots without it being aired up. If it feels like the battery is starting to give up and your LEDs or lcd screen is doing weird things like fading or flickering, you need a 9.6v battery.

            Copy. Would the size of the capacitor on the board have something to do with it?

            Best,

            Smiley

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              Originally posted by infamoussmiley View Post


              Copy. Would the size of the capacitor on the board have something to do with it?

              Best,

              Smiley
              Not really... While I'm not an electrical expert, I've used larger capacitors in dead eframes and you still can't use regular 9v in then. Same results.
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