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Bulldog Ammo Any Good?

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You can get them fairly cheap but are they good to use?

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i use bulldogs all the time and never had a problem with them

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Good for the price but you can get a lot, lot better.

 

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I've never used Bulldogs, I use Devils and Blasters. I haven't heard of anyone having any problems from using Bulldogs though.

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I would never let them near any of my aegs. Not worth ruining your gun to save a few pennies.

 

Most BBs are manufactured by the same factory. However I trust bbguns4less a bit.

 

 

With shipping included, are they really that much cheaper than the high quality ones thats sold at your site?

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I'd recommend blaster .2s/.25s.

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The only retailer I've seen who sell these are Just BB Guns, personally I'd never touch them but if they are good, whatever floats your boat ;)

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its their brand. again, its probably made in the same factory as all the other bbs but I still wouldn't risk it.

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BBs is something thats not worth the issue for the sake of a couple of quid.

 

Your gun jamming is not the only risk but also low quality bbs have a tendency to break up when hitting mesh which can be very dangerous for obvious reasons

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BBs is something thats not worth the issue for the sake of a couple of quid.

 

Your gun jamming is not the only risk but also low quality bbs have a tendency to break up when hitting mesh which can be very dangerous for obvious reasons

Couldn't have put it better myself

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i would never go near them i would only use blasters,madbull,excel,guarder,g&g,marui,systema,marushin

bulldog bb's are used by cheap two tone guns that are not skirmish worthy, two-zero they probably are made in the same factory (apart from madbull,g&g and marui they all make their own) but the ones that dont pass qc will go to be branded as bull dogs

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I have put around 30k+ bulldogs through my g&p m4 and its still working fine, i have alot of different bbs and to me there just as good as blasters etc, just my experience, but generally people stick to what they like right?

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im sticking with ones i can get from my local site

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I have put around 30k+ bulldogs through my g&p m4 and its still working fine, i have alot of different bbs and to me there just as good as blasters etc, just my experience, but generally people stick to what they like right?

yeah i mean i go for blasters because of the quality and the price,thats okay putting 30k of bulldogs but the problem lies inside your barrel could be scratched up and hop has chunks missing

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Never had any problems with them really. I'd say they were as good as any other high - quality BB on the market.

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The thing is there'll be a reason as to why they're so much cheaper and not because they're trying to undercut and I don't want me and my gun to find out why they are so cheap..

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