High pressure air, and all air for that matter, is about 78 percent nitrogen, so it is nicknamed a "nitrogen tank" . So a HPA tank is supposed to be filled with "nitrogen" which is really just air.
Absolutely! And are by far easier to fill than CO2 from a Ref's point of view. just make sure you know how much to fill it, otherwise, you top will blow off.
Yes, any nitrogen tank is refillable.
yes they are refillable
Yes, in-fact only pin valve tanks are refillable. Ones with a non resealable top can't be refilled.
Yes they are the same.
yes, to any gun made in the last 15 years
Yes, Tm7s can run on HPA tanks.
Cubic Inches or the Volume. The Bigger the CI the more air its holds.
There are non refillable, disposable cartridges that range from the standard 12 grams to 4 oz. There are also small refillable 45 butt stock tanks and other small and long tanks like it. After 4 oz, a tank must be fitted with a "burst disk" which allows it to bleed out if over pressurized. Any refillable tank over 2 inches in diameter needs to be hydro-tested every five years.
Call them and ask!
No, you must have it refilled at a paintball field or pro-shop. You cannot refill paintball tanks from low pressure Soda dispenser C02 tanks.
Ride-iculous - 2013 Paintball Army Tanks 1-12 was released on: USA: September 2013
Yes. All tanks and remotes have a standard ASA thread.