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Greetings Zach and All,
Thanks for the info. That is exactly what I needed to know, and to
some extent may have even suspected. You have been a great help.
--- Zach Ginter <zgunbear01-at-comcast.net> wrote:
> I participate in airsoft skirmishes so I hacve experience with the
> 6mm guns
> and paintballs. First do not use the paintballs in any of the
> electrics. The
> 6mm paintballs fall into 3 categories, none of which is good. The
> first are
> mis-shapen that will not feed which means the gun will jam up. Second
> of them are hard so if you do get them to feed they will not mark
> target. A good example of this is that I have a spring single shot
> that shots rather well. I shot some the paintballs into a stainless
> sink at 3 feet aweay and they did not break. Third some are soft,
> and just
> the action of the gun firing causes them to burst. Againg using
> from the same bottle just feeeing it into my springer from the
> caused it to burst. 6mm is so small they have trouble with qaulity
> If you want to shoot something airsoft stick to the regular bb's
> Now about the cheap electric guns. They are fun but do nlot have an
> mech box when the work they will shoot across a room semi accurately.
> not too much futher. Once the break they are usually broke good and
> can not
> be repaired.
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