Hey everyone!
I've got another review for you, this time on the Airsoft Surgeon ABS Precision Grade BBs from RWA (RedWolf Airsoft)! Now as many of you know, once I find a brand of BBs that I like and perform well I'm wary of changing but at IWA 2017 I was invited to try these out and with the amazing work I have seen from the Airsoft Surgeon himself, it would be rude not to give them a try!

First of all, getting BBs in your handluggage through a German Airport is a bit of an ordeal - they are scanned, swabbed and then you in turn get swabbed and questioned. Luckily enough the lady at security was aware of airsoft as a sport and knew what they were when I explained what they were used for. Unfortunately my hand luggage was overweight so I had to leave the 0.25g bio BBs in Germany but I managed to bring back the bulk of the BBs. Remember to always cooperate fully and honestly with airport security, they're job is to keep you and other passengers safe! 

As I've been in and out of the U.K so much this year and not spent a great deal of time skirmishing in the U.K they finally got their field test a couple of weekends ago! First lets talk about the BBs themselves, they come in 0.2, 0.25, 0.28 and 0.30g weights, each bag contains 4000 rounds and dependent on the weight are affordable in my opinion. I chose the 0.25g weight as that is what I would usually use in CQB/urban games and they retail at around £9! 4000 rounds for £9 is really good value for money!

The first thing I look for in BBs is consistency of appearance! Upon opening the packet and inspecting the BBs themselves they are all (from what I could see) perfectly spherical with no visible seams and they had a high gloss finish. Reading the packet lets you know that the high gloss finish is to prevent friction with inner barrels for a higher BB velocity. It also reads that the BBs are made from ABS which is a type of polymer that keeps its shape even on high impact to minimise barrel jams and to prevent players with mesh eyepro getting injured from BBs shattering on impact. 

Sounds good to me, but how do they perform?

Field test no. 1 - Custom Ares Amoeba Octa Arms Honey Badger.

So for the field test and first range test I put the Airsoft Surgeon BBs through my brand spanking new custom Ares Amoeba Octa Arms Honey Badger in a G&P midcap magazine. During the day on the field they performed brilliantly - no jams, no misfeeds and no breakages from what I could see. On the range, these results were repeated. There were definitely no breakages on impact, even at very, very short distances.

Field test no. 2 - Action Sport Games Scorpion EVO 3A1

The second range test was performed using my MilSim RIF - the ASG Scorpion EVO 3A1! Once again the BBs performed well - no jams, misfeeds and range was no issue. Very consistent results!

Field test no. 3 - Custom G&G Armament CM16 SRL

Last but not least I gave them a whirl in old faithful - my Black Rose version 2! All results were repeated!

Overall? A very good BB! I was impressed with the consistent finish and appearance, they performed flawlessly on the field and in the range in a variety of different AEGs by different manufacturers and they are very good value for money - nice one RWA! Keep up the awesome work!

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