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Old 09-28-2014, 03:07 PM   #46
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I don't think I will try washing them. They are a different type of plastic/material compared to normal white bb's.
I have seen a thread somewhere on ASM that says the material that they are made from. There is a good chance the Careful knows the name of the material too. (Enter Careful)
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Old 09-29-2014, 06:50 AM   #47
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I could post pics later. Yesterday there were BBs on my drive way, and i had a hammer in my hands, so I decided to smash some. I smashed G&G .2s and some BBKing .43s (I dumped out my last 50 because if the crushing issue). The .2 squished and the bb ripped on on side forming the shape if Pac-Man. The .43 just cracked into pieces. So yes, they are different materials but the heavy BBs aren't as durable.
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Old 10-05-2014, 03:52 PM   #48
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Washing did not help with feeding issues and I did not notice any other improvements. I tried loading 10 G&G .25g first and than I filled magazine with .40 g BBkings and it fixed the feeding problem.

One more thing that I noticed. When I chroned my m14 with madbull .40g i got 360 fps @ 2.54 J and with BB king .40g I got 320 FPS @ 1.98J.

I also did a range test with BBking .40g. I was able to hit my friend 4 out of 5 shots at 90m (295 feet).
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Well all that's good to hear, except for the fps/joule part. It doesn't make any sense...
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Old 10-05-2014, 07:30 PM   #50
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I also hav issues with feeding in my VSR-10, they get stuck in the magazine, and leave a lot off crap in the barrle/bucking.

They do have great accuracy thoo,

Using the 0,43g
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Old 10-12-2014, 01:48 AM   #51
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I have just tried BB King 0.4gm, 0.43gm and 0.45gm in my new KJ Works M700 and they all feed really well. No issues at all.
P2skater, you may have an issue with your rifle.
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D:

I I'm not sure if I cycle my bolt too hard, my mags have too much pressure in them, or my nozzle is sharp... Where you using a 10 rd mag, or a long mag?

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I have just tried BB King 0.4gm, 0.43gm and 0.45gm in my new KJ Works M700 and they all feed really well. No issues at all.
P2skater, you may have an issue with your rifle.
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I also hav issues with feeding in my VSR-10, they get stuck in the magazine, and leave a lot off crap in the barrle/bucking.
Also it seems like some batches are good, and other are bad.

They do have great accuracy thoo,

Using the 0,43g
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Old 10-12-2014, 02:26 PM   #53
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I tried both mags. The 10 round and an Action Army Long Mag. They both worked well.
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Old 10-27-2014, 04:34 AM   #54
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Bloody hell I can't get these bastards to feed at all!
Been through 3 bags of .43, a bag of .40 and 2 bags of .36.

THEY ALL SUCK, rough exterior, wont feed (in any of my M14's, my VSR-10 and just for sh*ts and gigles I tried it in my m249. Jams in every single one).

The only thing these bbs are good for is my claymore. Hell, they even get stuck in my speedloaders...
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So it is a hit or miss situation... But they do produce more good than bad.
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So it is a hit or miss situation... But they do produce more good than bad.
That sounds about right. I have never had a problem though and I have had a number of bags (about 7)
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So it is a hit or miss situation... But they do produce more good than bad.
Sorry for the old post.
I think I may have figured out the issue you are having p2skater1. It is most likely the mag and not the bb's. The mag does not have a strong enough spring to push the bb's up into the chamber properly. This would mean that they will get stuck and smash. I recently had the same issue with my vsr10 and so I stretched the spring in the mag and it works flawlessly now.
So the bb's are good.
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Sorry for the old post.
I think I may have figured out the issue you are having p2skater1. It is most likely the mag and not the bb's. The mag does not have a strong enough spring to push the bb's up into the chamber properly. This would mean that they will get stuck and smash. I recently had the same issue with my vsr10 and so I stretched the spring in the mag and it works flawlessly now.
So the bb's are good.
Hmm.. Interesting. I am now stuck between these (.45) or COR3 (.43).
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I recently ordered 3 bags of .45g, 1 of .43g and 1 of .40g, which arrived about last week, so I've been testing them, I can tell that they shoot straight, and had no feeding issues, even with the bbs that had some kind of flaw visible.


So I went into a more detailed analysis. I don't have a way to measure each bb very accurately in terms of size, however I do have a precision weight scale that measures up to micrograms.

So, first off, you are being scammed by BB King, at least in all the samples I had.

The .45g bbs actually weight about .43g, the .43 bbs weight about .41g and the .40g weight around .39g. Mass must work differently in China...

HOWEVER, despite the smaller weight, what I found out is that the weight difference from each bb (yes, i weighted all of them, all the 10k rounds) is REALLY AMAZING compared to any other bb I ever weighted. 99% of the bbs deviated +- 0.005g from the average. From those 10k rounds, 87 bbs had a weight difference larger than that. For example, the .45g bbs were between .425g and .434g.


That is really an improvement over the WE .43g I had, that had a deviation of about 0.1g. Yes, I found bbs that were .37g in the low end and .49g in the high end. The difference was so big that i had to weight all those BBs and separate them by +- 0.05g increments.

The bags I bought at airsoftpro.cz, don't know if any of you had similar results. If you didn't, let me know.
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I weighed the bb's too. They were lighter than what they say.
But I guess at least they are accurate
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