Posted by Beginner Airsoft on Wednesday, February 8, 2012,
If you plan to use Glow-in-the-Dark bbs as tracers in low light conditions, make a mix of them and the bbs you normally use. That way you are not giving off a steady stream of glowing bbs that the opposing team can see and track where the shooter is shooting from. If 1 per 5 shots is the Glow-in-the-Dark kind, you will be able to see where the bbs are hitting and the enemy will (usually) not be able to see where the shots are coming from.
Posted by Beginner Airsoft on Saturday, February 4, 2012,
Use a Propel or water bottle to hold your bbs. Most backpacks usually have 2 pouches to keep water bottles in. You can use them both with bottles of bbs or one bbs and the other water in case you get thirsty. The mouth of plastic bottles makes it easier to pour bbs as well.