Originally Posted by Kody_1
A .2 is a .2, shouldn't matter what their made of. Same mass same velocity should be same energy.
And I'm pretty sure a 22LR has a 40 grain bullet that is the same weight as
13.75 x .2's (lots more mass)
I agree, the big point of the whole arguement of aluminum BBs was the deformation on impact. Simply said it's your skin that deforms, not the BB. So there's a chance it could do more damage to plastic objects like guns and radios but testing is really required before making any conclusions.