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My gun is 155 m/s at 0.2 g and 125 m/s at 0.4 g.
I use 0.4 g in the game.
Should I use 80 degrees? Or 70 degrees

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Hi.
My gun is 155 m/s at 0.2 g and 125 m/s at 0.4 g.
I use 0.4 g in the game.
Should I use 80 degrees? Or 70 degrees

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I assume you will be shooting .4 gram bbs.
That means 70 degrees on the table, though I would go for 60 degrees.

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Hi.
My gun is 155 m/s at 0.2 g and 125 m/s at 0.4 g.
I use 0.4 g in the game.
Should I use 80 degrees? Or 70 degrees

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you can totally disregard whatever this list is talking about, 60-70 is pretty much the go ahead for everything
 

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If it's an AEG go for a step above the recommended.
I had the best results with a 70° shooting 0.30s at 1J in my AEGs, whereas according to ML I should have stayed with 50° rubbers.

For GBB/spring usage, the chart is correct-ish, again I have noticed a slight improvement in using 60s in my GBBs than on 50s, despite ALL my guns shooting far below 100 m/s.

Also I believe the m/s in the chart are on the actual game weight, not 0.2s. So a 60 would be best for you (if it's a springer)
 
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