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Combat Sport Supply

All airsoft guns are required to have the tip (1/4 inch) of the barrel permanently colored in blaze orange.

SALE! Classic Army R.I.S. Battery Box

MSRP: $35.00
CombatSportSupply: $20.00
You Save: $15.00 (43 %)
Manufacturer: Classic Army
Manufacturer Part No: A083P
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The R.I.S. Battery box is a great way to use a larger battery size and look cool doing it. Holds either a 9.6v or 10.8v battery that'll last you a full day of playing. No more changing batts in the middle of the day or dealing with hand guards, this will fit any standard rail system.

This is an external battery compartment for AEG's with front wiring and a RIS/RAS system.

Product Reviews

(1 Rating, 1 Review) Average Rating:
Form follows function, apparently.
Redtail (Unknown) 1/17/2008 10:07 PM
I am the proud owner of a beefed-up CA M15A4 carbine. It's a good gun, and I like it. However, 8.4v batteries have a way of making my handiwork look like a pile of poo, when I'll wind the spring halfway back and not fire at all. THe obvious answer was to use a bigger battery. Since a larger one wouldn't fit insode the foregrip, I elected to use one of these, purchased from CSS before it was CSS. WAAAAAY back, guys. Suffice to say that it's not exactly a sparkling replica of the laser aiming module that some soldiers attach to their rifles, but nevertheless, it's VERY sturdy, bolts directly to the taper rail I installed for another $19.99, and holds the 9.6v 1700mAh battery I purchased at the same time just fine. The plastic is solid, and out of dozens of times I've dropped the gun, it still has yet to bend, break, or twist. The battery inside has also reaped the benefits of having a nice, safe, hard plastic shell around it to keep it from rattling around. The only reason this gets less than five stars is that it does interfere with the use of iron sights, and the sight notches included on the device are somewhat difficult to use. Pairs best with a carry-handle rail and a small electronic sight, like the Leapers (UTG) projection sight or one of the red-dot scopes offered here also.