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Old 01-17-2015, 03:30 PM   #61
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I had a horrible experience with their .40g. They didn't feed in my vsr-10. The bb's diameter (in batch I got) is quite frankly too large. They, simply put, don't fit in my laylax 6.03mm barrel or my pdi 6.05mm.
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Old 01-18-2015, 12:50 PM   #62
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I had a horrible experience with their .40g. They didn't feed in my vsr-10. The bb's diameter (in batch I got) is quite frankly too large. They, simply put, don't fit in my laylax 6.03mm barrel or my pdi 6.05mm.
Indeed, they are definately bigger than other BBs, I guess they are around 6.00-6.02mm. They are a tight fit on some 6.03 barrels I have, but work well on the orga 6.23.
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Old 01-18-2015, 01:36 PM   #63
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I use them in a 6.01mm barrel and they work fine. I clean my barrel every 500-1000 rounds (depending on how slack I am)
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Old 01-18-2015, 02:35 PM   #64
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Out of 14 I just measured, 6 where 5.95-5.96mm, 5 where 5.96-5.97mm and 3 where 5.97-5.98mm.

The ones that are 5.98 could jam, if theres any dirt or residue in the barrel.
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Old 01-18-2015, 04:01 PM   #65
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I use them in a 6.01mm barrel and they work fine. I clean my barrel every 500-1000 rounds (depending on how slack I am)

Strange, I tried to put them through a spare 6.03 prommy I have, it is as clean as it can get, and I had to push the BB out with a cleaing rod, it wouldn't go out by itself.

Same thing happened in both .40g and .45g.
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Old 01-19-2015, 11:07 AM   #66
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I've had one bb jam, but nothing since then.
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Old 01-20-2015, 04:54 AM   #67
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I asked a friend to measure some .45gs, so far, the batch I have are all between 6.03mm and 6.07mm.

That's probably why some people are reporting jams in mags and barrels, but why some are around 5.95mm and others are at 6.05mm i can't say.

If it was only one bag it might be a bad batch, but I got 5 bags, of different weights and all of them are bigger than other BBs I have. I Have no problems with it since my barrel is a 6.23 and the kjw mag is a double stacker, but i can't use them in the mp7, they don't fit in the mag.
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Well you most likely need to wash them. Also I use a GBB mag (m700) and feeding isn't really an issue. Fuzzy may do a review soon, so I'll see what he says. If you need to find some bbs that are white, heavy, and good, I recommend using Shiba Doge .36-.43's.
I am using those in the .36g weight, seem pretty good. They are shooting a consistent 430-435fps in my gun... How much slower will the .43's be and is it worth losing any more speed for the heavier round?
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Go for a .45! You have a lot of FPS to spare. Also the weights are incorrect kind of. 1Tonne weighed them and the .45's are .43 grams. I usually try to keep my rifle at 400 fps with what ever weight I'm using so you should be around there.
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Go for a .45! You have a lot of FPS to spare. Also the weights are incorrect kind of. 1Tonne weighed them and the .45's are .43 grams. I usually try to keep my rifle at 400 fps with what ever weight I'm using so you should be around there.
Before I go and buy a bag of .43's I want to know what my speed should be, roughly.

I am shooting a very consistent 430-435fps with .36g BB's right now. How much do you usually drop by going to a .43 from a .36?

I can chrono it here at the house, but I don't want to spend $20+ for a bag of BB's that I might not want, you know?
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Before I go and buy a bag of .43's I want to know what my speed should be, roughly.

I am shooting a very consistent 430-435fps with .36g BB's right now. How much do you usually drop by going to a .43 from a .36?

I can chrono it here at the house, but I don't want to spend $20+ for a bag of BB's that I might not want, you know?
If you are to purchase a bag of 0.45gm bb's you need the right barrel length. If you have a VSR10 then I would suggest a 370mm-400mm long barrel.
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If you are to purchase a bag of 0.45gm bb's you need the right barrel length. If you have a VSR10 then I would suggest a 370mm-400mm long barrel.
TSD SD98 is what I have. It's basically an Echo1 ASR with a stronger spring, metal piston and metal guide rod...
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TSD SD98 is what I have. It's basically an Echo1 ASR with a stronger spring, metal piston and metal guide rod...
Not sure on that gun. It has a smaller cylinder volume than the VSR and so you may be better off with your current 0.36gm bb's. But chances are though, if you shorten the barrel and use heavier bb's you will get good success.
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Have tried all the weights. If there is no other option in your region then they are still better then the old Madbull TAN 0.4g bb-s. However, these are still pretty bad. Lots of deformations and holes on the outer surface. Even a few lemons, which literally look like a lemon. Hopup gets "white powder coating" with a mag or two.

I want to try out some WE Nuprol 0.40-0.43g, maybe those are better. Time will tell.
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Not sure on that gun. It has a smaller cylinder volume than the VSR and so you may be better off with your current 0.36gm bb's. But chances are though, if you shorten the barrel and use heavier bb's you will get good success.
Grabbed a bag of .43g bb's and they are much better than the .36's and it only dropped my speed to 410fps...
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