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KWA .20g 4000 BBs
[00067 / 198-00103]
by P. KIM AUN Date Added: Tuesday 11 December, 2007
I would have never thought that there would be such a noticable difference amongst BBs. Just out of curiosity, I bought 0.2 g AirSoftGI (made by Madbull), 0.25 g Matrix, 0.2 g biodegradable AirSplat BBs, and these KSC BBs.

I loaded them into a MAG M4/16 mid-cap magazine and already noticed a small difference: KSC and to a lesser degree AirSplat BBs were pretty easy to fill with the speedloader, ie. there was not too much resistance while pushing down the speedloader piston. The other BBs gave me a harder time and would even sometimes jam the speedloader! This was certainly an unexpected experience.

My next test was to fire off all the BBs in full auto with two additional reloads. Result: No misfire or misfeed with KSC and AirSplat BBs; the other brands of BBs would not always feed properly! Especially disappointing was ASGI, which on one occasion woud simply refuse to feed my JG M4! There was no jam in the magazine or in the barrel at all, so I'm not sure where the problem was.

I would have loved to do some accuracy tests, but don't have the possibility at the point of this writing. For KSC results, you may refer to airsoftmechanics.com, though, who confirmed that KSC BBs are performing very well. BB groupings were amongst the top!

Bottom line: KSC BBs feel very "slippery" and super smooth, and I was immensely impressed with the compatibility of this brand. Also, the price is right for such a high quality product. So, if you experience misfeeds or lack of accuracy, take a good look at what kind of BBs you are using.

These KSC BBs get 5/5 stars from me!!

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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[00067 / 198-00103]

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