No, and I'm rather hesitant to buy a huge package of such just for testing purposes. I mean, I've used bio .25 gram pellets in all of my guns without feeding issues, so I may go back to those.That could be 1/3 of your problem there...
Got any "normal" .28 to test out?
Don't judge me too harsh for saying this, but if you can crush a bio bb in your teeth at all, don't run it through your guns.
I believe I may have made a poor life choice... oops.Or the early heavy bio bb with powdered lead...yeah...what...lead is BIO...its a natural material...
OK, so which brand of bio pellets would you recommend, if I may ask?Valken products are minimally mediocre at best. Get a bad batch and the issues you are describing is what happens with "lumpy" bbs.
I've never had that problem, or at least not that I could discern.I don't know if this applies, but I know some people have had problems with bios getting "flat" or deformed after sitting for a while.
I'm not judging at all. I'm just trying to figure out what's up with my gun because I want it to last me a while and perform acceptably enough.Don't judge me too harsh for saying this, but if you can crush a bio bb in your teeth at all, don't run it through your guns. It will leave residue down the top of the entire bore, it will leave residue tracks in your midcaps and leave a mess in high caps over time if you forget to empty them. Midcaps require perfect bbs to feed, if the ammo is just crushing it will not go from double to single stack smoothly, nor will it slide smooth in the mags.
Not all bios are made from the same material. Guges can probably explain on that further than I can.
Valken infinity bios are what I believe your referring to. They look grayish right? Like dirty white.
To be honest, I'm not 100% sure on that. All I know is that the field I play at requires that bio pellets are to be used, but they say nothing about EPA certification.Well...we need more details. Does you BIO requirement have to be EPA certified BIO or just made from "Bio" plastics versus dead dino plastics?
Never heard of that brand, but I'm willing to give them a shot (no pun intended). Besides, the staff at the field has said they'll probably run games up until Thanksgiving - weather permitting - so I'll likely have at least one opportunity to try these.Then just get PLA BBs, BBs made of corn plastic.
Yes, I found that out for myself. Hopefully, BLS is in stock, because I tried buying Madbull PLA pellets and those were out of stock everywhere I went.PLA refers to polylactide, the type of plastic. BLS bio is good enough for me, if you're in the USA you can get them at Infantryshop USA