I ran two packets through the sizer this morning, they had been soaking for 24hours. I roughly ended up with two 1.25L bottles of 7.4mm, one bottle of 7.5, one of 7.3 and about half a bottle of 7.6mm.
There were a few big jammers, the biggest was 8.2mm and a few 7.2 and under that are useless for me but thankfully not a lot.
I you already grade your gels you may be disappointed with the accuracy and distance but the big surprise came when I tested them with my Wells first, this blaster is pushing 300 fps and will only work accurately with 7.2mm milkies but with the “AT” gels it loved the 7.4mm? (unfortunately they were not more accurate than the 7.2’s).
All the other blasters ran great with the AT gels matched to the bore size eg. scar, 7.5 bore liked 7.5 gels. The most noticeable difference none of the gels fragmented out of the barrel.
The big surprise was the 7.6mm gels, I have to admit that I was a bit pissed off that nothing was going to handle them (waste of gels), the g36 hated them, even the scar hated them. Them I grabbed the Vector with the 7.5 plastic barrel and lightly upgrade spring and tried them, well at first I thought they weren’t coming out but soon realized they were moving so fast I couldn’t see them! Slight adjustment on the hopup and the accuracy was incredible (I do not want to be hit by this), was so happy something liked the 7.6’s.
At ten bucks a pack they are pricey but I will buy them from now on.
If you don’t grade them into sizes you will have jamming issues.
You will get 40 metres as they claim but at that range no one will feel a hit.
That’s my experience today