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In my opinion the best heavy weight bb's out there right now are the madbull .4, they are tan in color. I hate the black .43's as I can never see them. I visually inspect each indiviual BB and I end up throwing away about 20 % of them. As to there hardness I cannot say but I have never thought they were soft.
 

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Cheese Man said:
I've heard that those are actually really soft...

The problem is the tanaka mag and nozzle - both are sharp, and tend to scratch bbs.
If the mags feed lips and nozzle are sharp you could just sand them a little bit to smooth the sharp edges.
That would eliminate your problem at its source.

Also on the contrary Bioval BBs are very hard. They are engineered to be.
 

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Brainplay on ASF told a member a little while ago, that if your nozel and mag are scratching your bbs then you should polish them with matterials that you would use to polish your inner barrel. I use .36 madbulls in my tanaka, but my nozel was polished by the previous owner.
 

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The heviest and hardest 6mm bb's are the Pearl BB's made by BBBastard. They are .66g and cost $15 (Canadian dollars) for 6 I believe. They are made out of the same ceramic they use on the space shuttle. Yep. I know everything. They are actually re-usable after a cleaning because they are rock hard supposdly.

EDIT: Wow I can't spell today...
 
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