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Old December 22nd, 2007, 00:20   #21
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Originally Posted by Wilson View Post
So we can safely say that using a heavier BB, coupled with some modifications that would normally make an AEG skyrocket over the safe 400fps mark, is the best bet?

Accuracy appears to come from the heavier BB, so the .43 listed would be the best, and just use upgraded springs and internals to compensate for the loss of velocity - and then never, ever, ever load it with anything lighter for safety reasons.

i'm pretty sure using heavier BBs like .43 will cause more stress on your gearbox. Remember to clean off the silver coating on these BBs as it will mess up your hop-up.

maybe try using a .36g for your set up if you want a good compromise of velocity, accuracy, penetration, reliability, and range.
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