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TaiwanGun P&J BBs - Good enough for TBB?

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So I've heard TaiwanGun's own-brand BBs are actually pretty good?

Question is:

Are they high enough quality to be used in a sniper rifle / tight bore barrel?

 

I'm wondering because their pellets are very affordable and I was thinking of buying some bio pellets for my AEGs and some .3's for the sniper rifle(s) I will be getting.

I don't know what their tolerance is / how well polished they are etc because it's a good idea to use the best quality BBs in a sniper rifle (well really in any gun for that matter)

 

http://www.taiwangun.com/en/pellets-0-23g-3000-szt-premium-p-j?from=listing

http://www.taiwangun.com/en/pellets-0-30g-2000-szt-premium-p-j?from=listing

http://www.taiwangun.com/en/pellets-0-32g-2000pcs-in-bag-p-j?from=listing

 

Thanks,

J

 

 

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Ive personally fired over 5k .23 through my Cyma 039U AK with no issues at all.

 

Next sunday I will be using the .28 on my Cyma 032 M14 which has a tight bore in it.

 

 

I have been using their Bios, I have not seen any seams or deforms on any of them and I have .20, .23 and .28 here.

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I did try the .25s with a madbull 6.03 and I did have a lot of feeding issues though it could be my mags wrapping their tits in as they are old. My mate who has a stock G&G R8 L used them all day with no dramas. Best of getting one bag to test with and compare with a brand you know does feed.

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I've fired about a hundred P&J 0.32g's through my SVD with a 590x6.01mm TBB - no issues, blockages, or anything annoying. Performance wise I'd say about on a par with KA 0.3g's - ie a whisker worse than Blaster Devil 0.3g, better than Blaster 0.25g's (for range, can't be sure about accuracy).

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