Viper95z

Are Bulldog BB's any good?

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I have Bulldog BB's and I think they are great compared to the £3 for 2000 off ebay. But is there anything better than Bulldog? Are bulldog junk?

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Used them plenty of times. No problems. To be honest, any BB that perfectly round in shape (not disfigured in anyway), nicely polished and doesn't have any line attachments, with a nice polish finish is fine in my book. ;)

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Not seen many people use them, probably for a good reason. It from jbbg, of course It's going to be cheap rubbish

I'd stick to Excel and blaster as they are tried and tested, and work well.

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We had them in briefly down at the shop.

Never again.

They jammed pretty much everything we tried them in.

 

always buy something reputedly decent (Blasters, excels etc) - you WILL notice the difference in shooting a poor BB and a decent BB

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suppose you've got a point; This gun is supposedly what pro's use http://www.justbbguns.co.uk/product/66/BB-...588/ZM20-PISTOL

LOL.

 

That is something truly special.

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A whole 220 fps

:o

That's right! a whole 220 fps! skirmishable and everything, Take this thing to the POW site and you will truly shock players with this masterpiece.

 

That is something truly special.

Nothing but the best from JBBG.

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A lot of people use them but most just stick to blasters and excell.

 

They are supposed to be good, The JBBG guy seem's to bum them alot.

I bet you the jbbg guy bums alot of things

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Lol have you noticed how the comments on every gun are all positive? They are censored so that people think they are good

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I would not use Bulldog. Buy 5000 bags of your local site is what I would recommend, then pour into any plastic bottle (ones with big cap is better)

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i use bulldog when i have the money, awesome pellets. best ive tried up to now, not used them in any tight barrels though. not had a single jam, even when re using some through my cheaper guns for target shooting. (been doing this for a couple of months) gas, spring, aeg. relatively pricey though.

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relatively pricey though.

 

pricey? bulldogs? they're very budget!

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that JBBG fat sack is a proper text book rogue trader lol

but on topic ... I was a bit apprehensive about using bulldog BB's but i've had them in my GBB M4 plinker (540fps - 6.03mm barrel)

and my skirmisher (340fps - 6.01mm barrel) and no stoppages through just under 2,000 rounds now so there good but i still always have excel with me ...

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Personally i only ever use Blasters .20s and .25s. On another note if you local to sheffield. 3000 blasters .20s are £7. 3000 blaster .25s are £7.50. if collected.

 

Personally i only use blaster as i get them at a decent price. and all my m8s buy em off me. I think any other bb would jam a gun. i have used bulldog and they just seam to break and be real tacky.

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That's right! a whole 220 fps! skirmishable and everything, Take this thing to the POW site and you will truly shock players with this masterpiece.

 

I dare you, I double dare you :D

 

 

 

Edit:

 

I can't stop laughing at the idea of you with that and ghost with his MG42, We could sell popcorn :P

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pricey? bulldogs? they're very budget!

 

wow? really? im 50/50 guessing at sarcasm here, but ill play dumb. really? i get 5000 .2 for £7 (oops, thought it was 5, still good though) from zero one, been great pellets up to now.

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He isn't being sarcastic.

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what makes them budget then? they're still good pellets, and considering i get 5000 for £7-, its 1000 bulldogs for £4.79 or 2000 for £7.19 (if they're in stock, that is), that doesnt sound like budget to me.

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Err, the price, and that they aren't up to the same standards of high quality rounds like blaster, Excel etc.

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We are only allowed Bio BB's at my local site and they sell Green Devil precision which seem okay.

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