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"Energy Paintball" batteries and e trigger.

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    Posted: 20 February 2012 at 7:26pm
Okay, these so-called "Energy Paintball" batteries don't seem to be powerful enough for the Tippmann E-Trigger i installed in my project salvo.  They seem to last pretty long for electronic hoppers but not for triggers.  Anyone have any recommendations for batteries?
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Energizers.  (I've had bad luck with Duracells in triggers too.)
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So we can safely assume that "Paintball" batteries are only good for hoppers?
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Originally posted by TJX TJX wrote:

So we can safely assume that "Paintball" batteries are only good for hoppers?

Do you know what people say about "assume"? Wink
 "Paintball batteries" are some manufacturers way way of making some extra $$$ off of you from something that may not work as advertised.
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Just use standard batteries unless some weird voltage output is called for by the item being used.
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