Reviews: Madbull 0.43g Ultimate Heavy Weight Precision Sniper Airsoft BBs (2000 rds)

$26.00

4 Customer Reviews
Model: BB-MB-43gBB
Location: U2-029

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by Sean M. on 2015-05-31 11:18:17
"I realize that none of you are going to believe what I say next; but I assure you it is true. I use these in my pistol, yes, my PISTOL. I have a Wather P99 DAO Co2 pistol and with these bbs allow it to shoot farther that any other pistol on my team!

Overall these bbs fly extremely straight and far.
by michael l. on 2015-04-13 13:27:57
"Love em I use these in my m16 with a m160 upgraded gearbox and a 6.03 mm madbull barrel and omfg they fly so straight I love that there's some metal in them wind has no effect on it whatsoever a little pricey but worth it cause u use less
by Mitchel L. on 2014-07-03 22:43:04
"When I play large scale games, I generally run as Sniper/Overwatch for my team helping them get out of tough situations. Granted sniping in airsoft isn't anything like the real world enviornment; however, it still helps to have range and accuracy. I have a G700F (from airsoftGI) and I run these everytime I play. I chrono at a consistent 400fps with Madbull .43g. Trust me, once you have your hopup adjusted and your scope dialed in you can plink targets without even trying. When you sight in, use a white/reactive target at your desired range so you can more easily adjust your scope. If you're serious about getting into sniping and have a sniper rifle that chrono's about 500-550fps w/ .20g, then I HIGHLY recommend picking these up.

Pros:
-Invisible to targets
-Less wind resistance
-People CALL their hits.

Cons:
-Hard to adjust scope if not previously sighted in.
-Amount for price (May be a con for some, but when your mag only holds 15-20 bb's it's not that bad)

Now please be mindful of your distance when shooting at people. You're not going out there to hurt people, you're playing to have fun. Happy Hunting.
by kenny w. on 2010-03-13 07:44:57
"these are a must have for sniping, i have a utg mk96 (L96) with upgradeed spring kit, I crono consitently at 371 fps with the .43 and 533 fps with .20. But the loss in fps doesnt matter its so much more accurate and the extra weight carries it very far. you will notice a huge difference. The black bb is hard to see but where you aim is where they go so you need to take the time to sight in.

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