no, and do not try it is a very dangerous idea, the CO2 tanks are not built to handle the kinds of pressures the HPA tanks are
There are a lot of good sites for co2 tanks. One that I prefer is DicksSportingGoods.com they have a lot to choose from in many different sizes. They also have many other things besides co2 tanks.
Air tanks were invented to hold compressed air.
Yes. Standard 9oz through 20oz CO2 tanks work perfectly with the MR1. Compressed air paintball systems work fine too, with a regulator.
Well that could either mean the CO2 tanks or the HPA tanks. Both are used as a propellant for the marker.
Yes, the tanks have the same size fitting to connect them... Co2 is hard on the seals so may want to go through and replace them...
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 generally 9 and 12g versions of them, also there were a few markers back in the day that REQUIRE co2 and will not work off of HPA but your chances of getting one of these markers are very very slim
Compressed air tanks were around long before paintball.
You need either Co2 or Compressed air for a paintball gun to function. Every gun can run on compressed air, but only some can run on Co2.
Firefighters do not carry oxygen tanks; they carry air tanks. The materials used in the compressed air cylinders is very hard and durable for use in fire situations.
You can not bring Co2 tanks on a air plane. As it could be used as a explosive, so it would be confiscated when you get checked going through the X-Ray.
co2 or compressed air