Before everybody starts verbally assaulting me for saying this, please hear me out. So everybody (not everybody but you know what I mean) says that fps doesn't mean more range, and that it's the hop up, barrel, BB weight, etc. that adds range to your gun. I disagree however. If you had two guns with the exact same hop up, barrel, BBs, etc., and one shot 300 fps and the other shot 400 fps, would the one that shot 400 fps not have more range? They would be falling at the same rate, but the 400 fps Gun would shoot farther before hitting the ground. A comparison would be baseball players throwing a baseball. If one player threw 50 mph and the other threw 70 mph, the guy throwing 70 mph would be able to throw much farther. The velocity has at least something to do with the range, right?