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Old January 24th, 2016, 16:40   #1
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Sniper 170m/s white BBS HELP needed !

Hello,

I'm using an L96 fully upgraded 170m/s constant and i can't find the proper BBs to shoot straight and achieve that "target" at 60m at least.
If there is any sniper kind enough to help me, recommend me a good brand of BBs which would fit my sniper power and the perfect kind of bbs, please write to me ! Many thanks to those who can help me !
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Old January 24th, 2016, 17:50   #2
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BB bastard makes heavies, oh and it could have allot to do with you hop up.
Though I am assuming your measuring your FPS w/ .20s and 170 meters per second and realize thats 557 FPS which is very high.

I hope you are either not gaming this rifle or are aware of things like an MED or have taken a sniper course. Cause that is extremely high.
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Old January 24th, 2016, 18:33   #3
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^that^
Firstly your gun is too hot (for most games in canada at least)
Secondly regardless of bb weight and velocity you need a good hop up to really reach out to touch someone.
Now for a gun that shoots ~550fps I would recommend 0.36-0.43g bb's depending on the engagement ranges you'd be using. 275 foot min for center mass on a chest rig or some other padding. 300 foot min normally but you can be safe closer in some instances. And if yer gonna be engaging at those 275-325 foot ranges then .36 bb's are heavy enough to get out there but will shed enough energy to be safe a bit closer. But again these bb's won't fly if you can't apply enough lift with yer hop up spin.
I personally run .36 and .40 madbull. Madbull makes new .36 in a cream color however I can't imagine wanting to use them for actually sniping as they will just be easy to track in flight.
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Thanks Hectic,
While your posts are sometimes a difficult read, you sure are helpfull
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