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So I'm going to buy a G&G CM16 Carbine, and I'd like to know which pellets & make would be best?

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ASG Blasters 0.20s or 0.25s in my opinion. You could buy a brand like Green Devils or BB Bastards but no point spending a lot on them to use in a normal AEG.

By the way there's a quick questions and answer thread in the General Discussion section which is useful for these kind of questions.

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I'll throw my +1 to AB on that, I have 6 different types of Blasters, all are good.

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Good choice on the g&g mate :)

 

To be honest the is no "best bb", makes I would go with are asg blasters, blaster Devils or g&g's

 

As for weight 0.2's are the norm, 0.25's will get you better range, better foliage penetration, (very) slightly better wind resistance, but will travel slower and cost more. I use 0.25's in my cm16

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I used blasters but recently I have been using rocket bb's in .28 and they are really impressive as the grouping seems to be tighter so I will be trying the .36gr.

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My different guns have different preferences for BBs. My G&G likes ASG Devil 0.28g BBs the best for CQB and its alright on 0.25g ASG's outdoors. On the other hand my Tar 21 loves G&G PBSP BBs and it underperforms with the ASG BBs. I think you have to try a bundle of different weights and brands through a gun to get a feel for what it likes and doesn't, what the hop can lift well etc. I don't think there is one brand of ideal BBs, I suspect each gun has a different preference.

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would agree that there are no "best bbs". However, I find that performance using Blaster .25s is pretty good. In addition, note that you will need biodegradable BBs at some sites (which I hear is becoming more widely used). Biosphere's .20 >.28s are brilliant .

 

 

Stay away from Bulldog BBs. They are really, really poorly made.

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agree bulldog is shite, had loads of them split when fired.

 

Usually use Excel and they've done the job without issues.

 

i bought some Tokyo Marui bb's when were on sale from Zero One and they've been flawless (and possibly mystically better like anything TM) far too uncommon/pricey to use all the time tho

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