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Discussion in 'Spring Powered Guns' started by UZIMASTER, Oct 13, 2012.
Do you think this gun will be good with 6mm 45g bbs ?
No 45g bbs aren't going to work well in any pistols, esp. a springer assuming you have the crosman one.
kk thanks man, you saved my money and my gun.
Can my stinger P9t Airsoft pistol shoot metal bbs?
Do not do that. It is dangerous.
I agree with shiffty here that would be extremley dangerous. Even if you were just shooting at targets it could go off target and hit something like a window a airsoft bullet would not do much to it but a metal bb would.
Why would you buy BBs worth more than the gun?
These are wanna be trolls.
If you are more Close Quarters and you have spring powered guns, i would recommend using .12g BBs almost always. If you are more of the kind of hang behind type of person, check if you can find .16g BBs for better accurucy, but it shouldnt decrease your range to much more. The only time I would recommend using .20g or .25g BBs in a spring weapon would be in the vast majority of sniper rifles. This is because .12g or even .16g BBs in a sniper rifle will go almost straight up (almost as if you have hopup all the way up.) This is because the sniper rifles usually have such high powered FPS and springs that virtually to the air, it ways close to nothing. But when you would get .20g or .25g BBs, its about twice as heavy, so the air and wind cant control the BBs directional path much more. Hope this helps!
In a sniper rifle .20's and .25's are still just as bad as anything with lower weight.
A good rule of thumb is to never use .12's. If you only have LPEGS and cheap springers, though, you probably don't want to waste good BB's on your guns.