How many fps does the spyder victor shoot?
All markers are made to be adjustable but it can shoot anywhere from around 150fps to above 300fps (NEVER shoot over 300fps, it is a danger to players)
all paintball guns shoot 260 to 300 fps.
In U.K, the paintball fields set them at 270 FPS, but when you buy the gun it should be around 300 FPS, you can buy chrongraphs for $10-20 to test the FPS,
The Marksman repeater is rated at 200 FPS.
about 230 fps
Depends on the firearm, the manual or even the box most likely says what the FPS is.
All paintball guns shoot between 280 and 300 fps.
All depends what you buy iv seen they at 200fps and iv seen them at 600+fps
anywhere from 250 FPS to 600 FPS, depending on the model.
Almost all paintball guns will shoot 300 fps.
No such thing as an average speed- varies greatly by caliber. I have some firearms that shoot at 830 FPS, and some that shoot at 4000 FPS.
Is there a major difference in the Spyder classic series marker aggressor and the Tippmann Alpha Black Edition 68 claliber paintball guns?
Thy spyder agressor and alpha black have very different internal parts and are ergonomically different. While The tippmann marker is a cast aluminum, split receiver, the spyder is milled aluminum, with parts that unscrew from the back. They will both shoot 300 fps at about the same rate without modification. The spyder has no forward grip and is a centerfeed (hopper is in the center). The Alpha black is larger with a handguard.
It is adjustable, but around 290 Feet Per Second.
It must travel over 1126 FPS to break the sound barrier. several air rifles are capable of this speed.
All paintball guns shoot around 300 fps.
About 90 yrds.
shoot a lighter pellet.
Camera shoot at 29.97 fps because that is the standard in America and what the tv monitors show it at.
What is SHIN
around 500 fps.
depends on the FPS of the airgun
All paintball guns are required to be set below 300 fps (204.5 mph). Most fields play 1a 290 for outdoor and 265 for indoor.
around 290, just like every other paintball gun.
No. It's actually quite slow. Most high-end guns shoot about 400+ FPS
Air guns and rifles are rated by their FPS (FEET PER SECOND) they shoot at different speeds depending on the model. An example is a Daisy Red Ryder that shoots at 350 FPS but a Benjamin Marauder fires a .177 pellet at 1100 FPS. The slowest pellet gun I know of is the Marksman model 1010 that fires at 250 FPS.
Almost all Spyders have their velocity screw in the back of the gun, just behind the bolt. You will need an Allen Key.
2500+ fps and it could shoot as long as you want in eyes view.
for AEG's 300-400 FPS for snipers 400-600 FPS although the max is 550 for a war, you can just target shoot and go as high as you want IMO(in my opinion)
it means it will shoot your pelet at 250 feet per secound but, 250 fps is not that fast so i wouldent have a war with that gun.
Muzzle velocity of a .270 will vary with the rifle and the loading of that cartridge, but may be as low at 2700 fps, or high as 3400 fps.
Not much. It is only 130 feet per second. It sounds fast, but in reality, most airsoft guns shoot at about 300 fps.
unmodified Nerf guns might shoot about 30 or 35 fps, but some modified guns and homemade guns could probably get up to about 60 or 70 fps.
depends on the field and what maximum FPS they allow
yes, if the fps is high enough and you shoot the cat.
All paintball fields force a strict rule of no higher than 300-350 FPS. About the speed of Airsoft.
Is the barrel of a crescent firearm co victor special 20 gauge model 803862 forge or Damascus steel?
Although it is a forged barrel it is NOT suited for todays high velocity or magnum loads. I shoot mine with the lowest FPS shells I can find or load.
For a rifle that fires between 800 & 1000 FPS you should set your target at 60 feet. You will have to adjust for rifles that shoot at a slower FPS.
it shoots up to 70 to 80 meters
probably up to 600 fps
Spring powered air guns tend to shoot harder. C02 will only shoot about 500 FPS spring can reach 1200 FPS ( Feet per second) BUT: PCP air guns are charged to 3000 psi and can fire over 1500 FPS. PCP air rifles are the fastest and hardest hitting air weapons. (They use a scuba tank to charge them)
The range differs, it depends on your gun, and the fps, the higher the fps the farther it travels, mine goes over 100 yds (400 fps) some can go for only 20-30 yds it depends
adjust the velocity, never shoot above 300 fps though
Just many other PC FPS games, you use the "WASD" keys to move, and the mouse to aim and shoot.
Between 900 to 1200 FPS depending on the charge and bullet weight
You shoot it over a chronograph. All paintball fields have them.
No such thing as an "average gun". The .45 ACP fires a bullet at ABOUT 830 fps. A .220 Swift is over 4000 fps. A .22 pistol and .22 rifle will fire the same ammo, with greatly different velocities.
The Crosman 1322 fires a .22 caliber pellet. It is rated at 460 Feet Per Second (FPS). The Crosman 1322 fires a .22 caliber pellet. It is rated at 460 Feet Per Second (FPS).
You do this by increasing the velocity, ask a gun tech or someone who knows how to adjust your marker to the proper limits. FPS should never exceed 300 fps.
Do you mean 0.2 g BB's? Yes it can. But it will cause lower velocity of the BBs. (i.e. your airsoft gun shoot 300 fps with 0.12 g BBs, but it will shoot 225 fps with 0.20 g BBs).
About 280-350 fps, depending on who's numbers you believe. And Merry Christmas, wear your shooting glasses ALWAYS- or you'll shoot your ..... well, you know how that goes.
Depends if the person lets you and make sure the gun doesn't break skin. I would shoot anyone with anything over 450 fps.