The issue is the energy impact not the FPS; and the fact that the are parents who are dropping kids off, signing waivers, who dont know jack about this, onlu adds more complication.
350 FPS to 400 FPS has a 30% increase of impact force (energy) with no loss of power as most shots are fired at close range. No wind. No leaves, grass etc. This is compact close quarters battle.
425 FPS is a 47% increase in energy from 350.
I am failry certain, the shot in the leg will feel different from a 350 gun vs 400-425
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Last edited by Trev140_0; August 28th, 2012 at 22:42..