Why is it illegal to have red paintballs?
Because it and pink looks to similar to a blood splatter when it hits someone, which may cause someone observing to call the police, thinking someone is using a firearm.
yes because you do not know whether it is blood or not.
All paintballs can go bad, however no paintballs are allowed to have red, pink or black fill.
Red and pink paintballs would resemble blood/ brain splatter. If some random person was walking by the woods, and heard shooting, then saw a bunch of red a pink splatters on a person, they might call the police.
Everything but red fill is allowed. the most common are green, white and yellow.
no, paintballs for markers are .68 cal.
no, no manufacturer fills paintballs with black paint.
Paintballs consist of a few ingredients. Synthetic plasic, laytex, fish oil, water, and food coloring. This is why it is possible to eat paintballs.
no, there are different paintballs for different types of guns
There is no antifreeze in any paintballs. Trying to freeze paintballs will ruin their structural integrity, causing them to become brittle shelled, and overly viscus in the center.
Most paintballs are made of a lard/animal fat mixture. Although just recently a company developed water based paintballs.
In wootsball i assume you mean woodsball id go with marb's " PMI MARBALIZERS " there the high end ball cheaper but equally good are Evil Paintballs google them also theres the red legion balls there what most rec ball players buy around here
a case of paintballs weighs about 16 pounds. There are 2000 paintballs in each case plus about 1 pound of packaging. 1 paintball = about 4 grams
Monster paintballs are considered the worst paintballs because they not only stain clothes, but they do not break easily, causing the shooter to not get a hit, and the receiver to be in a lot of pain.
No, red-eared sliders are not illegal in England.
yes it illegal to hurt a red panda they r indangred
No. only .50 caliber paintballs.
Yes. Firstly you can't shoot anything that is not your property, second that is animal cruelty, and third, if you kill it that is a game law violation. Do not shoot any animal with paintballs.
Paintballs are tempermental when it comes to weather. Therefore leaving paintballs in the sun will make them swell, and in the cold will skrink them. The best place would be in a basement, that is slightly cooler then room temperature.
go on youtube.com and type in paintball you should see it there it says "How it's made: Paintballs"
Re balls hurt almost exactly about the same as paintballs.
The paint from paintballs will wash out of clothing; however, the paintballs will dissolve when soaked in water.
Caliber, which is in inches in diameter. For instance paintballs are .685 caliber: .685 inches in diameter, from one end, through the middle, to the other. Paintballs vary in size by +/- .020 or so.
Not normal 68 cal. paintballs but you can buy special 6mm paintballs intended for airsoft guns ive never seen one in stores so you might have to order them from online
No, and do not attempt to freeze paintballs. Most paintballs are not able to be frozen because they are now made with an oil that makes them brittle when subjected to cold. Most paintballs will break inside the gun if frozen.
Yes, but not the big ones real paintball markers shoot. You can buy little paintballs made especially for airsoft guns. Technically no. There are no paintballs that work in an airsoft gun. HOWEVER, they do make marker bbs that are basically paintballs but they are bbs. I don't know exactly how they work but I know you will see paint.
Most use the .68 caliber "normal" paintballs, like the TPX and the Tiberius arms 8.0. However there are several, like the Kingman training pistols and some rap4 pistols, use .43 caliber paintballs. Also the Tiberius 8.1 and 9.1 can shoot the First Strike paintballs.
It is illegal to have a red panda as a pet.
No. There are small paintballs mad however for low power spring airsoft guns.
A paintball hopper provides the paintballs for the paintball gun. It enables the user to shoot paintballs on his or her opponents and mark them with paint.
No. They don't.
No, they are not.
none, paintballs do not fly far enough or are accurate enough to make any kind of precision aiming devise usefull
The only time it is illegal is when it states not to turn on the red light.
Freezing paintballs make them brittle. And will likely break wen fired, spraying paint all down the barrel of the gun :(
You can buy airsoft paintballs, but they're the size of a small pellet and I've had a hard time finding them. Technically no. There are NO paintballs that work in an airsoft gun. The answer above was partially correct though. They make marker bbs that are basically bbs but they have paint on them.
Roughly 16mm, but keep in mind that I got that measurement by measuring a few paintballs I had, so it may not be correct.
Paintballs are about 17mm, MUCH too large for an airsoft gun (and too heavy)
The very first paintballs were meant to mark trees for logging companies, so no. They are both non-toxic and biodegradable.
There are no 45 caliber paintballs. If there were, you still could not use them in a 50 caliber, due to the barrel being larger and that you would have 1 and 1/4 paintballs in the chamber at a time, which would chop every time.
Any place paintballs are sold and depending where you live you can get them in the sporting goods section in Wal-Mart (WARNING: DO NOT BUY MONSTER BALLSFROM WAL-MART, THEY ARE BEGGINING TO BECOME ILLEGAL IN PAINTBALL COUNTRIES ACROSS THE COUNTRY!!).
Technecly No they are not editable!
Yes, although I wouldn't feed it to them on a plate! Paintballs (including the paint) are made entirely from food-grade products and as such are non toxic.
There are no 69 caliber guns. There are over sized barrels, but they all use .685 standard paintballs.
No, it is not illegal to make a right turn at a red light. As long as you are at the curb of the sidewalk when turning right into the flow of traffic, it is not illegal. However, if you are in the lane waiting to go straight, and then want to suddenly turn right, then it would be illegal.
They do not, mainly because of the tolerances for paintballs themselves (it will burst when exposed to exploding gunpowder) and the size of them (the average size of paintballs are in the .68 caliber area), unless if you're talking about Simunition (in which this type of projectile is restricted to the members of the armed forces and law enforcement officers).
No, all modern paintball markers (with the exception of the kingman training and some rap4 markers) use .68 caliber paintballs.
If not washed off immediately and left for weeks on end, yes, it may. This will obviously be made worse when using oil-based paintballs.
The military, when not using simunitions (chalk like paintballs used in actual firearms) , uses paintballs for training.
No, paintballs are biodegradable.
No, Paintballs are biodegradable.