First some background: I've been playing airsoft for around 9 years now, and to be honest I have spent a LOT of money on airsoft. So let me say that my review is un-byast and just a factual account.
onto the review.
I guess the saying "you get what you pay for" is about right. (most the time) It just about describes this battery to the T, but let me go ahead and speak plainly. The Battery is a 9.6v 1400 mah battery. Not bad for most lower-power guns. (300fps and lower) I have an AGM CQB m4 with crain stock and it shoots around 350-370 fps stock. It came with a 8.4v 1200 mah battery that shot pretty fast. I was thinking, man if i get a 9.6 it will really rip!...untill i got this. The 9.6 v only gave the gun like 1-2BPS more, not really enough to make this particualr battery worth while.
Also, for some reason it refuses to hold it's charge. My stock battery (afore mentioned) holds its charge for around 6-7 mags or 2 weeks on the shelf. This battery will only hold charge for about 3 mags (300 rds each) or 1 week just sittin on the shelf. After that its RPM is so low its time to re-charge.
The battery also has a ginormous (giant, enormous) power cord. This might be good but for me its kind of a bad thing.
Lastly, the battery isnt put together very well. The wires run along the side of the battery like giant zits, and you can see (even in the image) that the ends are to big, and they put paper to try to cover them up. look at end oppisit of the charge cord)
so what do i say? if you got a stock gun with 330 fps or lower then this might work for you. If you have more fps than that you will be better off getting a bigger battery.
fits easily into a crain stock...maybe a little too easy. (rattles a little bit)
Not put together very well.
doesnt hold charge for as long as a 1400 mah battery should.
cord is a little long (this could be a good thing in some guns but for the most part, a long wire means a greater risk of pinching it)
low RPM for a 9.6
Rating: [3 of 5 Stars!]