So what is the best way to get the most valid answers to your question?
First of all, you need to make a Topic Title that is informative & not vague. Besides the fact that threads with vague topic titles stand a good chance of being deleted, the topic title should have enough detail to tell the reader exactly & specifically what your question or problem pertains to. "Need help", "Problem with my UTG", "SRC M4" are all inadequate topic titles and more than likely will just get deleted. The first thing that people see when they go into each particular forum is a list of Topic Titles. To many, it is a waste of time to open up a thread with a vague topic title just to find out what the question or problem is. As an admin/mod I will often just delete a thread with a vague topic title without even opening it up to see what its about. So to reiterate: Make a Topic Title that is informative & not vague.
Next step is to provide as much pertinent information in detail as possible in the body of your post/message. For example:
What brand & type of gun is it?
Has it been upgraded? If so in what way?
How old is the gun?
What brand of battery is it?
Is the battery a nicad or nimh?
How is the battery being charged?
Were things working fine before?
Did this problem just recently occur?
Hopefully you get the idea. Too often a minimal amount of information is given when people ask a question. The amount of information just allows for speculation and guesswork until enough details are given to fill in the blanks. In part, I see this as one of the reasons misinformation is spread. People give answers to questions when not enough info is provided to give a definitive answer. So you need to provide as much pertinent information in detail as possible.
Getting good & valid answers to your questions relies on taking out as much of the guesswork as possible. These are just a couple key ways to accomplish that.