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I understand that surface imperfections and lack of internal air bubbles is far more inportant then the weight of the bb, but could something like a madbull .36/.40/.43g bb be as accurate once washed as a washed goldenball .3? I know that goldenball has far superior qaulity then madbulls (I own GB), but wasnt sure if the extra weight could help correct for some of the surface imperfections in the madbull.
 

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Well this what I know I`m not good with this questions.
Basically if you hop up is good with .3 keep it. If it over hops .3 Best idea to switch to something else.
Personally consistency is good but weight will help you get the accuracy you need.
Heres a example in my AK Dmr. Using .2 I get the accuracy or like hitting a small box at 100 feet 8/10 times
Lets say I switch to my .36 I can hit a same size small box 10/10 times.
Personally what ever works for you keep.
 

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I've found that the Madbulls are pretty soft and they couldn't stand up to the Tanakas KA nozzle pushing them into the chamber without denting them so I don't use them anymore. I wouldn't use Madbulls in anything that the nozzle pushes against the BBs.
 

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Alright well I just wanted to let you guys know I got a few spare .4g madbulls and washed them. I used them in my m4 dmr(430 ish fps) and I ran out before a could 100 percent adjust them but accuracy increased alot. Like I said I didn't get to see there max range but I was barely able to hop them.
 
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