Originally Posted by Scarecrow
Weights are rising, but its a volume game, and the other problem is materials. Past .30g you make ugly compromises using composite ingredients that work okay in lower ratios but when you ramp up the weight and the ratios change the properties of the end result BB become progressively less desirable.
Materials cost is the issue that I see. You could make BB's in the 0.5-2.0g range but the cost of manufacture and the materials are going to be rather high, and then there is the issue of field owners allowing those BB's to be left behind on there property.
There was quite a bit of resistance from a field owner with having aluminum BB's left behind on his property and in the end he just gave up and didn't care since there was so much lead left behind from pellet guns and recreational shooting.
For Hardball play .43 is probably too light for 2/3 of the guns. If we hardball players where willing to drop 100-150 FPS than .43 is quite adaquete
Do you know what ruins airsoft?
(Chair), (Drama), (Air), (Sugar) softers, filthy casuals
Originally Posted by mcguyver
it would appear I am not first up in this gang-bang
WANTED PTW outer barrel cqb length