So this means it takes approximately 4 times the gas to make a paintball travel from 150 fps to 300 fps?
Originally posted by Butterfingers
As you can see the muzzle energy of the smaller .223 is over 3 times greater.
As a side note this is why velocities must be kept under 300 fps.
Doubling the velocity quadruples the energy!
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