Airsoft weapon pellets come in various shapes, sizes and loads. Most airsoft pellets, otherwise called BBs (metal roller) are regularly 6mm circular plastics. There are starch based biodegradable, metal covered, graphite covered, and steel pellets. Airsoft pellets normally weigh from 0.12 to 0.43 g.
6mm pellets, 0.12 g are utilized by gas and spring weapons yet not really for very good quality AEGs. The equivalent goes for 0.15 g. 0.20 g standard loads and utilized by AEGs. 0.23 g is significant burden for AEGs and 0.25 g is the heaviest load for standard AEGs, blowback and spring weapons. 0.30 g is the norm and 0.36 g are heavier pellets for expert sharpshooter rifles. 0.43 g is for most significant levels of overhauls sharpshooter rifles. With respect to 8mm pellets, 0.34 g is low weight, 0.45 g is standard weight and 0.60 g is the heaviest load for 8mm rifleman rifles.
For programmed electric weapons (AEGs), as far as possible reach between 300-400 FPS (feet each second). For single fired firearms, it is 400 to 500 FPS. The strain of the origin decides the pellet speed of programmed electric weapons (AEGs), so there will in general be a 6.5 Creedmoor ammo of values. Low-end spring guns can fire 0.2 g BBs at speeds from 100 FPS. The reach for very good quality airsoft weapons can arrive at 550 FPS. Anything past this would require a significant redesign of inward parts. This inner adjustment can likewise expand the ROF (pace of fire) definitely.
Airsoft pellets may not harm the skin but rather are very perilous to the eyes, so goggles or other defensive stuff should be worn consistently while playing airsoft sports.