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Old 09-08-2014, 06:22 PM   #1
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BBKing .43 Review

I have two things to say. First off thanks for the bbs Satch! Secondly I think there should be a BB Discussion and Review section.

I was using my HPA'd KJW M700 with R-Hop.

So I had just checked the mail and got this package.
Afterwards I cracked a few open to see if there were any air bubbles, but as I suspected there were none.
After the air bubble test I checked for imperfections. The ratio of imperfect to perfect bbs was 1:20 out of the 200. So ten of them had divets in them.
After that I washed half and left the other half as they came. The left mag has washed bbs and the right mag has unwashed bbs.

Washing them had a little effect in consistency, but not by much. I compared the .43s against my .36s and it was also pretty windy, windy enough to where at 200ft the bbs were 10+ feet off the the right. But the .43s were only about 8 feet off.

Here are some stats that I came up with about them.
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*stats are calculated after bb washing
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Accuracy: 8/10
Cost: 9/10
Range: 9/10
Durability: 8/10

Overall: 8.5
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Good stuff. Did you get these bbs from them directly or did someone supply them to you to test? Is this part of the defective batch they had available?
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Old 09-08-2014, 11:48 PM   #3
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bbking have a topic in this forum.
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bbking have a topic in this forum.
Yeah, but it's a good thread to have in the review section here. If we can get some more tests done this would be a good thread with all the important info minus all the other stuff the 10+ page thread had.
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Good stuff. Did you get these bbs from them directly or did someone supply them to you to test? Is this part of the defective batch they had available?
I got these from a fellow fourmer named satch :P also they weren't defective. Just not the higher quality. But they were a little better than my bbs I use (because the wieght).
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Old 09-09-2014, 04:17 PM   #6
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These are the best bb's I have ever used. The are consistent and they don't leave a lot of crap in your barrel like the TAN Madbulls did.
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These are the best bb's I have ever used. The are consistent and they don't leave a lot of crap in your barrel like the TAN Madbulls did.
I'm not going to say that until I test shiba dojo .43s and bioshot .43s :P
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I'm my going to say that until I test shiba dojo .43s and bioshot .43s :P
I believe the AirsoftAtlanta Doge is the same as the Amped BBWarz. A defective batch from BBKing.

The Bioshot aren't great from what I've heard. Similar external defects as the BBKing.
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I have some BBking .4s coming in from Dazz's webstore now. Will be eager to test them out in comparison to the other heavyweights on the market (madbulls, defect BB king bbs just purchased from airsoftmaniacman, etc.)

Also, correct me if I am wrong, but aren't bioshot's heavyweights biodegradable? If so, don't those lack a coating that allows for quality feeding?
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I have some BBking .4s coming in from Dazz's webstore now. Will be eager to test them out in comparison to the other heavyweights on the market (madbulls, defect BB king bbs just purchased from airsoftmaniacman, etc.)

Also, correct me if I am wrong, but aren't bioshot's heavyweights biodegradable? If so, don't those lack a coating that allows for quality feeding?
Well I didn't know that about them. I may not test them out now...
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I shot 4 mags of these out today to test my improved R-Hop (see my kjw m700 R-Hopped! Thread for info) and in every mag at 1+ bbs cracked, for a total of 6 outta 40 bbs which is about %15. I don't know what is affecting this but it might be that in a gas bolt action, the bolt cycling pushed the bb pretty hard so that might be why.

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Old 09-15-2014, 08:50 AM   #12
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I must have received a really bad batch.
I ordered 3 bags each of .36 and .43, the .36 won't feed in any of my M14 mags and when they do manage to feed they leave the barrel full of crap. Recently polished barrel, no problem whatsoever and the .36 get stuck at 0 hop...
I haven't tried washing them yet but I am disappointed so far.

Gonna try the .43 as soon as I get my VSR working, but if they hold the same standard I'd rather shoot darker bb's.
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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.
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Have been toying with getting some BBkings to replace the Madbull .43's I have but if they're as hit and miss as you guys say they are I will look into the Shiba Doge ones, has anybody got the address of a UK supplier for them?
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I am onto my second bag of BB King 0.45gm bb's and they are great. I have also got the 0.36gm ,0.4gm and 0.43gm. They all seemed great for me. There are a few imperfections but they do not seem to make a difference. All bb's feed well and fly awesome.
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