What would using none breathing quality compressed air do to your paintball marker?
In order to compress it to 3k or 4500 psi you need to have a dryer unit on the compressor or else the air going into the tank will have a lot of moisture in it as the moisture will not compress like the air will. typically the air is also filtered so it is both cleaner and dryer than the air around you. this is only important because garage compressors do neither of these things so if you ever try to use a garage compressor (bad idea) than you will be putting wet dirty air through your marker.
No compressed air would be better for accuracy as well as your gun. Its like co2 but at a higher pressure with cleaner air and no liquid that can damage your paintball marker.
On a paintball gun C02, or High pressure air is necessary. It is compressed air that, when the trigger is pulled and the marker fires, propels the paintball out of the barrel.
Yes! in fact, it will not work on CO2 at all.
Dye paintball makes one of the smoothest and high quality marker, while planet eclipse makes the fastest marker so it depends if you want speed or smoothness. There are several other brands that make high end gun, but when you get to that quality of marker, valve preference and ergonomics is up to you.
No, it is a decent marker with quality parts.
A paintball marker is a paintball gun. It is just called a marker instead of a gun.
yes, any gun that can shoot CO2 can shoot N2, but not always the other way around.
NO! only compressed air in a high end marker. otherwise you run the risk of freezing the regulator and solenoid which equals repairs. NO CO2!
A paintball marker is also known as a paintball gun. It is the main equipment piece used in the sport of paintball where players try to shoot one another with balls of paint.
In the experiment testing which type of paintball marker shot paintballs farthest what was the dependent variable?
The dependent variable in this experiment would be the type of paintball marker. You must make sure you keep the other variables constant. Meaning using the exact same barrel, propellant and paintball types. If you use different setups on each, you have not proven that the marker itself was the key determining factor.
The owning and operation of a paintball marker does not require any permits.
You can look up magfed conversions for your specific paintball marker.
This is totally an opinion question. A mechanical marker is nice because there is no need for batterys and it is truly a bit of paintball history. Electronic markers are great because they are faster, allow more modes, and are the future of paintball.
Yes. There are even paintball leagues in Malaysia.
The marker is the proper term for the paintball "gun". It is called a marker because it "marks" what it shoots with paintballs with a gas propellant instead of a "gun" which propels a metal objects with a small controlled explosion.
Ok, considering the last person didn't give you a good answer, here's mine. The paintball "marker" is the proper term for the gun. It's called a marker because it "marks" what it shoots.
no, it is a low quality entry marker and a poor one at that. It has very basic mechanics made of fairly poor materials.
No there is no licence required to purchase/operate a paintball marker. In order to play you must be at least ten (at most places) and 18 to purchase a marker, balls, or CO2.
no, a paintball marker should not be illegal in any town to own, however some towns will not allow the discharge of a marker.
NO!unless you are just getting into paintball.
Nothing. A paintball gun is referred to as a marker so as not to convey a message that paintball is dangerous or markers are weapons.
There are no background checks required for paintball markers.
It can if the CO2 tank you have is anti-siphoned, but your taking a risk. It is best to run the marker on HPA (compressed air, Nitro, whatever you want to call it.) The CO2 could ruin the solenoid.
Upgrading a paintball marker can be very simple. You can change the grips, upgrade the internals, new barrel, ect. Look on such sites as ActionVillage or ANSGear for spyder- related upgrades. Also use PBreview.com to find out the quality of those parts. But keep in mind that if you decide to sell your marker, you will only get a small fraction of the money you put into it back.
Most Paintball centers have a marker technician or airsmith who can repair your marker. If there are no technicians, try to find a player who has fixed markers before. If you cannot find one, you can usually send it back to the manufacturer for repair.
You must be 18 to purchase a paintball marker anywhere in the US.
The distance the paintball went.
Yes all guns accept HPA, but you cannot use co2 with certain electric markers. If you have a mechanical marker like a tippmann or spyder, make sure to get a high pressure tank
They are top of the line paintball guns.
No There is not
The T-storm is a low quality paintball marker that can be found at most retail stores (walmart) for around $40. It will shoot a paintball when you pull the trigger, and that is about all that can be said. It has exceptionally poor air consistency as well as having a habit of breaking in a matter of months. It is not recommended to buy this marker unless you only plan on playing once or twice.
At a certain level of paintball markers, the accuracy of the gun itself becomes irrelevant. As soon as you have a clean marker, with an good valve and regulator, the accuracy becomes completely dependent on the paint and barrel match quality. Basically any marker over $500 or so will all have the same stock accuracy.
There isn't a Proto Slg 2010 Unless your thinking of a Pmr Which is a all round higher quality marker
No. Cybrid makes very low quality markers. You will get a better investment saving money and buying a more expensive marker.
When you say air tanks, I believe you mean compressed air? If so, then yes, it can be used with exceptions to a select few of paintball markers that use mini CO2 tanks. This should not be confused with CO2, in many cases CO2 can/will ruin a high end marker because it is basically a liquid that can freeze the internals of your marker. just fyi those mini so2 tanks are called cartridges, there are… Read More
By technical definition, a paintball marker is not a firearm, but more so in the airgun category (as it's usually powered by compressed air rather than the expanding gases from the combustion of flammable materials, i.e. gunpowder or propane [exceptions do exist for the latter material as few manufacturers did make a paintball marker that run on expanding gases from burning propane]). Legally (under the law) in some areas and jurisdictions a airgun can still… Read More
There is no place in the US that requires a permit/license for paintball markers.
In the experiment that tested which type of paintball gun shot paintballs furthest what was the independent variable?
type of paintball marker
no. only if the title of your paintball marker says "electra"
Yes, any marker that runs off of CO2 can be run by HPA. However most CO2 markers require a higher output pressure than markers that can only run HPA.
Yes you can, but be careful that the marker is not gased up and some stuff is taken apart (barrel off and in case) Make sure to mark the package as a paintball marker, NOT a gun
You disassemble it, and apply a non aerosol airtool or paintball lube to the o- rings and major mechanical parts.
One with or without a buttstock?
only shoot paintballs out of a marker.
Yes. Although all standard paintball guns shoot around the same distance, there are certain barrels or paintballs available that add range and/or accuracy to the marker. Besides that any marker with a longer barrel and optics could be considered a "sniper" marker.
Yes. you may need a neck adapter though.
Air pressure both propells the paintball from the barrel and reloads the machinery in the marker.
Yes it can as long as they are legal in the country that you are sending it too. Make sure you call it a paintball marker, not a paintball gun on the contents list.
Not completely sure how you could use a balloon instead of a paintball marker. Though paintball is known for its guns therefore no.