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Old February 12th, 2016, 23:14   #16
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Oh nice! I work weekends sadly though lol! Might just buy some cheapo crappy tire ones since I am simply going to be shooting cans for a bit.
Unfortunately Canadian Tire and Wal-Mart bb's are only good for grenades and grenade shells due to their small barrels and the lack of precision. Cheap bb's tend to have unpolished seams that can damage parts inside the barrel if they shatter.

Good brands to go by are Madbull, BB Bastard, etc. Just two brands that I've used which have been reliable.

Also, never use the small pack of 10-20 bb's that come with the box of an airsoft gun.
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Old February 12th, 2016, 23:16   #17
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Unfortunately Canadian Tire and Wal-Mart bb's are only good for grenades and grenade shells due to their small barrels and the lack of precision. Cheap bb's tend to have unpolished seams that can damage parts inside the barrel if they shatter.

Good brands to go by are Madbull, BB Bastard, etc. Just two brands that I've used which have been reliable.

Also, never use the small pack of 10-20 bb's that come with the box of an airsoft gun.
Crap..........So spending more on the shipping then BB's is worth it?
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Old February 12th, 2016, 23:36   #18
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Crap..........So spending more on the shipping then BB's is worth it?
Sometimes. You can usually find a bargain somewhere local. Otherwise, yes, but the good news is that a bottle of 5000 BB's can go for about 10-20 dollars depending on the brand, which will last you quite a while.
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Old February 12th, 2016, 23:38   #19
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Sometimes. You can usually find a bargain somewhere local. Otherwise, yes, but the good news is that a bottle of 5000 BB's can go for about 10-20 dollars depending on the brand, which will last you quite a while.
Everyone has told me BB bastards are the best, Is it worth it?opcorn:
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Old February 13th, 2016, 17:06   #20
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yes, if you havent ordered your gun yet, maybe try to order gun, bbs and stuff all at once, shipping won't seem crazy.

Also seeing as your looking at buying a GBB, look into saving money in other ways by using propane(and silicone oil) instead of green gas (which is fancy packed expensive propane and silicone oil) by getting an Airsoft Innovation Adapter kit.

Both Airsoft Innovations and BB Bastard are also Canadian Companies.
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