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Old July 18th, 2012, 23:38   #1
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Where to buy BB's

Hi, I just want to ask where to buy BBbastard 20g bullets
cause every single website that has BB bastard doesn't have 20g.
And whats the next best BB brand to use?

or If you know someone who sells BB bastard 20's bullets i would really appreciate it. Thanks
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im personally really sick and tired of Canadians being so paranoid about firearms and firearm related crimes...
i could go into walmart and buy a kitchen knife for $10 and go gung ho around town...
o wait...that does happen...very often in fact!!!
but i don't see a ban on kitchen knives...
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Old July 18th, 2012, 23:44   #2
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You could just get 0.25g. They cost the same, and whatever 0.20g does, 0.25g does it better.
I'm sure one of the Bastards on here will see this and direct you appropriately.
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Old July 18th, 2012, 23:46   #3
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I need 20's for indoor cause if i use heavier BB i dont want my fps to drop.
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im personally really sick and tired of Canadians being so paranoid about firearms and firearm related crimes...
i could go into walmart and buy a kitchen knife for $10 and go gung ho around town...
o wait...that does happen...very often in fact!!!
but i don't see a ban on kitchen knives...
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Old July 18th, 2012, 23:53   #4
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Any drops in fps will be negated by gains in accuracy by using a slightly heavier bb, as external forces like with will have slightly less effect on a heavier object. Though we are talking about .05 of a gram here.
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Old July 18th, 2012, 23:55   #5
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a drop in fps wouldn't affect anything cause your using a heavier weight. If i have read the forums correctly, the amount of joules is the same. Fps isn't everything, consistency is where most of it counts. Please correct me if i am wrong.
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Old July 19th, 2012, 00:00   #6
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Fps means how fast the bullets leave the gun right?
so if I have a lower fps the bullet will travel bit more slower so there's gonna be a delay in time when it will hit the target.
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im personally really sick and tired of Canadians being so paranoid about firearms and firearm related crimes...
i could go into walmart and buy a kitchen knife for $10 and go gung ho around town...
o wait...that does happen...very often in fact!!!
but i don't see a ban on kitchen knives...
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Old July 19th, 2012, 00:04   #7
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BB Bastard will be fully restocked within the next week. This includes .20. We will have EVERYTHING at OP Rhino next weekend.
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Old July 19th, 2012, 00:44   #8
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Fps means how fast the bullets leave the gun right?
so if I have a lower fps the bullet will travel bit more slower so there's gonna be a delay in time when it will hit the target.
Your fps wont drop that much going from .2 to .25. If anything you will probably notice a bit more shot per shot consistency moving to a heavier BB.

And besides, how far away are your targets. For cqb distances you bbs are still traveling fast enough to hit what you aim at.
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Old July 19th, 2012, 00:47   #9
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Fps means how fast the bullets leave the gun right?
so if I have a lower fps the bullet will travel bit more slower so there's gonna be a delay in time when it will hit the target.
If you do the math calculations v=d/t the difference in time it takes for a .20 travelling at 330 FPS versus a .25 at 295 FPS is less than a tenth of a second. I've done the calculations before and honestly it just isn't worth it. Hell I run .28's indoor at like 260 (note this is significantly less than the standard 1J limit for indors) and I'm just as effective as anyone else.

FPS isn't everything, hell there are people who dominate outdoor fields with nothing more than a stock TM (and maybe with an upgraded spring to get it to 350-360) and .25 or .28's.
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Old July 19th, 2012, 00:52   #10
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Assuming you're somewhere near the CQB limit, say 330fps, using 0.25s instead would probably drop you to around 300fps. Neither you or the people you are shooting at will notice the 30fps difference at CQB distances. The 0.25s will have lesser chance of BBs being blown off course by air gusts and the like.
I've played at indoor games with a TM MP7 shooting ~250fps with 0.20g. I used 0.25s, putting me at ~215-220fps. Still had no trouble shooting people at the other end of the arena.

You'll find this much more common in outdoor games. Very rarely will anyone be using 0.2 or 0.25g BBs for outdoor. Most people will have 0.28s or 0.3s, with others going even higher. Everyone adheres to the 400fps limit for outdoor, but that drops to ~320fps with 0.3s. Its still plenty to hit other people with. Plus the heavier BBs will be better in windy conditions or passing through brush and leaves
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Old July 19th, 2012, 00:53   #11
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With all this being said a few indoor places only allow .20gs I believe. If you could possibly find a airsoft place near where you live they should have it all. Thats what I had done anyway for my bb's
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Old July 19th, 2012, 01:33   #12
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BB Bastard will be fully restocked within the next week. This includes .20. We will have EVERYTHING at OP Rhino next weekend.
This is good news. Bring tracer bbs too
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