.20 for a 300-360 FPS and .25 for anything above 360 FPS.
The stinger p9 is good with .12 gram airsoft BBs or you can use .25 gram bbs but then it will decrease the range.
All airsoft guns usually use 6mm BBs, usually made of plastic, and come in a variety of different weights (.12 grams, .20 grams, .25 grams, .28 grams). Normally .12 gram BBs are the cheapest, and are good for most airsoft guns, although airsoft guns that shoot at higher velocities should use .20 or .25 gram BBs, as they will shoot straighter.
6mm of either .12 or .20 gram bbs. 6mm of either .12 or .20 gram bbs.
never use .12 bbs. they are very inaccurate. Buy some .20 tsd tactical bbs, never use crosman
Yes. .12 grams is the weight of the BB, not the size. Almost all airsoft guns use 6mm BBs. .20 gram BBs are heavier and reduce distance and velocity, but increase accuracy. .12 gram BBs will fire with more velocity, but there will be more spin on the BB and less accuracy.
Uh. Im not sure how to answer this question, please reword.
Low powered guns shoudl use .12 gram or other lighter bbs, medium AEGS shoudl use 20 or slightly higher. High powered spring guns should use 28+ grams bbs.
Most guns are built for .20 gram bbs, as .12 will be too light and inaccurate Some store brand airsoft guns are measured using .12g BBs because it increases the muzzle velocity due to the light weight. This is done to inflate the real performance of the airsoft gun. .12g BBs are to be used in the following kinds of guns: - Plastic Spring powered pistols - Plastic single barrel spring powered shotguns - Airsoft Grenades - Airsoft "flame throwers" Most airsoft guns use .20g BBs or heavier, not to exceed .25g for most airsoft guns (Many airsoft fields limit you to .20g BBs anyway). The heavier the BB, the more accurate it will be, but the more energy it will take to propel it. In short, use .2g BBs as a starter minimum.
Basically the same thing a real claymore does, you put in bbs( I suggest .12) and you push the detonator, and bbs fly everywhere. Its not like the claymore form cod or anything, its long range.
No. .12 is the cheapest bbs. They have the least pain to the hit, the least length to the hit, are more vulnerable to swerving from wind, and cause the most errors and jams in your gun. All professional grade bbs are at least .2 or .25. I highly recommend getting at least .20, not .12.
Airsoft does not have gauges (those are for actual shot-guns) but BB's do come in sizes. The sizes are known in mm (mili-meters) and they range anywhere from .12 to about .48
Yes, every airsoft gun can fire any gram of BB, although .12g BBs wont be that effective in a sniper, try .25g or even .3g.