- wicked rounds.
of course these are going to look cool when there's a stream of light flying out of the muzzle toward your enemy, but common sense does apply.
perfect for high accuracy weapons, the higher weight .25, will give you more accuracy than what you may already have, or add accuracy to where it may be lacking. plus the tracer factor is amazing for tracking your fire pattern when you're engaging long range targets. just remember to position yourself out of their range and hide, common sense, if you're using these bb's, it's obviously dark, so hiding is easy, and another tactic to follow when using these rounds, is to only fire in bursts or stagger your munition so your enemy cannot follow the stream of fire to your position.
Another amazing tactic is bait firing. just put your men in hidden positions among the field, and fire these rounds over your men's position from a distance, to draw that over confident enemy to your allies positions for ambush.
the only thing i do have trouble with the tracer flasher, rounding in at eighty bucks, it can be tough on the wallet. as well as adding 6 inches to the length of your gun, which can be a positive as well for that more long range, and hefty feel but a downer on compactness. however there are magazines that have built-in lights that charge the bb's light more discretely, and at a fraction of the cost. shorty should pick some up. there are cons the mag's though, such as lower mag caps, and being specific to a certain gun, whereas a tracer suppressor, can be fit onto any weapon with a CCW or CW.
soooo many options for the use of tracers. the new airsofters and old can come up with so many uses for these rounds. Anyone who plans on building an arsenal, or layout, should have these. you will not be disappointed