- great bbs
BBs are a little tricky, you have to use different weights for different kinds of guns. For instance, my GBB dragon is around 300 fps with .20g bbs, and I find that .25g bbs are very accurate and have a fairly flat trajectory. However, with my Echo 1 Vector Arms AK-47 which shoots around 430 fps with .20g bbs, I find that .25g bbs aren't quite accurate enough at that high of a velocity. So I like to use .28g or .30g bbs with my AK and also with my snipers due to the extra inertia behind the bb causing some instability in the flight path when the bb is lighter.
OK so, we've established that .25g bbs are very good with mid-powered guns (about 290-380fps) but not so good with higher velocity guns (390-500fps) however not many airsoft guns you will encounter have a muzzle velocity higher than 380fps so I would definitely recommend these bbs for most airsoft guns the average player will encounter. So now for some pros and cons.
- Great for guns within 290-380fps (which is most airsoft guns)
- Very highly polished (if your gun has a tight bore barrel it will glide through the barrel with no problems)
- High polishing also improves accuracy
- Very high quality (no half or broken bbs in over 30 bags that I've purchased)
- Good price (I've seen some websites and stores around town trying to sell these same bbs for 28.99 for a bag of 3,000)