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Old 07-24-2012, 10:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Aluminum Pellets

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Where can I find a pound or two of Aluminum pelluts - BB size? No, I'm not using them for BBs.

I know that some places uses them for measuring volume.

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Amazon.com: 6mm Aluminum BBs - Airsoft BB 500 Ct: Sports & Outdoors

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If you want to measure volume, just take what your measuring. Dump it in a graduated cylinder, record what the starting number is. Then after the object is put in, subtract the to numbers.
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If you want to measure volume, just take what your measuring. Dump it in a graduated cylinder, record what the starting number is. Then after the object is put in, subtract the to numbers.
because everybody has a graduated cylinder. make sure to use the erlenmeyer flask to carefully pour in whatever you are measuring.
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because everybody has a graduated cylinder. make sure to use the erlenmeyer flask to carefully pour in whatever you are measuring.
No, but most homes have one of these.
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Thanks guys. I need the alluminum pelluts for something other than shooting or measuring

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Amazon.com: 6mm Aluminum BBs - Airsoft BB 500 Ct: Sports & Outdoors

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These might work for what I am doing.... Anyone ever shoot these? what grade of alluminum are they?

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Didn't the Nova use aluminium pellets as an anti-liquid device? The idea being that all the extra surface area would give extra thermal variance for the expansion of liquid co2.
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