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Green Devils and BB Bastards are said to be great.

If you're after quality BBs to get good performance you'll probably want heavier than 0.20s though.

 

FYI there's a Quick Questions and Answers thread for short questions like these but it's in General Discussion

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I think you're going to find everyone will tell you something different lol.. I'd say Devil blaster .2's are the standard. Saying that, a lot of people use Devil Blaster .25's as it's a great weight option for AEG's (Me included) depending on what gun you use, you'll try different brands, sniper rifles for example .43g Nuprols seems to be a fan favorite (Again, me included).

 

If you're after "The best quality", I'm sure other people will jump in with niche' brands, What I will say is I've used a pack of the Tokyo Marui .28 Perfect hit BB's, they're bloody amazing! You can tell they're super polished as it's a nightmare picking up any loose balls lol

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I would recommend .25s, I was using .20s and the increase in range was quite noticeable, and the BB speed will not slow down much, so for me .25s are a no brainer. Devil blasters have always treated me well, and you can find a bottle of 3000 for 8 quid on ebay, don't know about the prices now though.

Generally, most should be ok but bulldogs aren't, and devil blasters are some of the best.

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thanks for the feedback guys :) i have to stick to .20s because of the CQB site that i play on, just owndering best ones to use as im still a new player so learning whats good and whats not

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