call a paintball company and they can custome make one(most companys wil but not all)
Anywhere from 18 to 35 shots is normal on most paintball pistols.
Potassium is considerably cheap. About 8 dollars a gram .
Cheap- 5.00 per gram.
Depending on the condition, a KP2 can fetch up to $450.
A paintball gun fires a .68 caliber .35 gram ball at 300 fps. If you where the right clothes (loose shirt, paintball vest, e.t.c.) it doesn't even hurt!
No. Paintball pistols cost as much, if not more as starter guns. besides that, they have low ball capacity and must change clips after they run out of 10 balls or so. Also they run on 12 gram co2, which is expensive to run as a main marker.
Overall, the quality of a standard .20g BB is usually substantially higher than that of a .12g. However, if you are just plinking with a very-low end (cheap) gun, you shouldn't worry about using a .12g BB.
Fat is higher in calories than Sugar. Sugar is a carbohydrate.Fat: 1 gram = 9 calories Protein: 1 gram = 4 caloriesCarbohydrates: 1 gram = 4 caloriesAlcohol: 1 gram = 7 calories
depends on air pressure, barrel size, wind, humidity, and a ton of other things
1 gram = 1000 milligrams 60 milligram x 1 gram/1000 milligram 0.06 gram you may try this online converter next time http://www.rillocenter.com/convert/mass.html
In the Sacramento area you can find cheap gram scales at several different locations. Wal-Mart sells kitchen scales that are great and cheap. Also, your local kitchen store is likely to carry this item or at least be able to special order it if necessary.
Follow instructions for a PVC rocket launcher, then add a bipod. All you need is a 12 gram charger, a valve and Pvc tubing.
No, they must be filled (and not with air). The only exception is the silver 12 gram cartridges for pistols and stock class guns.
You can remove the 12 gram co2 can by releasing the magazine and unscrewing it. Remember that you do not get to save the gas, as it is all lost once you remove it.
No. Paintball guns at a maximum of 300 feet per second. Most mid grade AEG (automatic electric guns) shoot 350-400 and some spring "sniper" rifles can travel over 500 feet per second, especially with lightweight .12 gram bb's.
1 gram = 1000 mg5000 mg x 1 gram/1000 mg= 5 gramsyou may try the online converter linked below next time
That's true - there's only 4 calories in each gram of carbohydrate, and same for protein. 1 fat gram is a bit higher in calories, though (9 per gram).
No. the only full air canisters are 12 gram CO2 cartridges, all others are sold empty under law.
If your using 20 gram bullets just switch down to twelve gram bbs. Other wise if its electric or co2 idk. But the best option is buy a new one slower because there pretty cheap. i have 5 spring ones and there fast but not to fast i have a shotgun tro rifles and two pistols. but if you love guns save up your money and buy a paintball gun there awesome
None. Assuming they are falling with the same conditions, they accelerate equally. But the 200 gram object has the greatest terminal velocity therefore reaching a higher velocity before resting at a constant speed.
Both argon and cobalt have this characteristic.
1 gram of fat = 9 calories 1 gram of protein = 4 calories 1 gram of carbohydrates = 4 calories As you can see fat is higher in calories, so consume it sparingly.
One way to do it is to use google's built in converter by typing in 16 mg in grams but if you want to do it yourself... 1 one thousandths from a gram (0.001 g) so multiply 0.001g with 16 and you get 0.016 grams!
As of 2006, raw ambergris fetched the US ten dollars per gram but higher prices may be possible for high-quality samples.