Firstly No paintball gun runs on NOS, its HPA (high Pressure Air) which is a mixture of primarily Nitrogen (with 21% oxygen), but is NOT Nitrogen dioxide. Secondly, all guns, no matter what their propellant gas, are set to a Feet per second limit of shooting, usually290 FPS.
Co2 is for paintball guns. plants breath it in and expel oxygen
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.
It requires a C02 bottle to hold the C02 and the gun must be made to accept the bottle. Most large sporting goods shops and paintball shops can fill the C02 bottle for you
A little harder but Yes they are. However spring powered air guns are usually stronger than C02 air powered guns. Spring powered guns are single shot and must be reloaded between shots where as C02 usually uses a clip with pellets or BB and is semi automatic. ( Generally speaking but not always)
A compressed C02 tank or High Pressure Air tank propels the paintball.
Air sport guns & rifles are not firearms but they do shoot BB's or Pellets. Most people call them BB guns. It's a general term meaning any gun or rifle that uses air or C02 to fire a projectile like a real firearm, is an "Air Sport Gun." The term can reffer to: BB / Pellet guns Airsoft guns Paintball guns
Yes they are fairly consistent