No, metal BB's are generally 4.5mm.
If you can confirm that the two caliburs are the same, you can go ahead and try for it. But do not attempt a 4.5mm bullet in a 6mm gun, because the result will be catastrophic for you & your gun.
If they are the correct size, you can. I would advise against it.
Air Soft rifles use plastic BB's, Air Rifles use metal BB's.
some of them do
No recommended, Not designed for plastic BB's.
The BBs made in the factory are almost flawless, making a homemade BB and using it would be very bad for your gun. One of the easiest ways to break your gun is by using bad BBs. Also do not reuse a fired BB or use .12g BBs in an airsoft gun unless it is a spring rifle or pistol. Make sure you use .12g BBs or higher. BBs are extremely cheap as they are only around $15.
no, metall bbs will break your gun, and are too small to fire properly. Do not attempt this.
No, if you are talking about bb's for a BB gun. The BB's for an air rifle or BB gun wont even stay in a Magazine for an airsoft gun. Airsoft BB's are 6mm, air rifle bb's are much smaller. You will ruin an airsoft gun with the smaller metal bbs. But you can get aluminum 6mm pellets for an airsoft gun.
Probably not- that is a LOT of BBs. What does the manual for your gun say?
Put in the magazine. load the magazine, and shoot.
Most airsoft guns have magazines that you put bbs into just like you put real bullets into a real gun's magazine
never use .12 bbs. they are very inaccurate. Buy some .20 tsd tactical bbs, never use crosman
It all depends on the model. You didn't state the model so it is not possible to answer you.
well there is 2 types Generic: A speedloader on top of a bottle of BBs the you buy Spring: You pop out a plunger and push it in to put the BBs in the magazine
When you put metal in water it cools down quick. When you put plastic in the microwave, you're in for a big problem....Plastic is the answer.
Yes but not metal