If it has threads on the top, you refill it like any other tank by taking it to a sporting goods store or paintball field. If it does not, then it is a disposable, and you cannot refill it.
Go to a paintball store and pay for them to fill it.
if you're asking how to refill the tank you take it to a local paintball shop or sporting goods store, they can fill them
Dicks, any paintball shop, and Gander Mt.
To refill a paintball tank, you must first go to a paintball field or store with a paintball air compressor. You can't refill them with just any home depot compressor, it takes serious pressure to fill these tanks. Find the fill station with the same pressure as your tank (3000, 4500 or 5000 psi) and hook up the fill hose to the fill nipple on the side of the tank while it is attached to your gun. Then press the lever or button in until the gauge on your tank or on the filler is at the correct pressure and release. Then unhook the fill hose.
Yes! The purpose of an Air tank is so that you can refill it. Almost any Paintball Field or store can fill your tank.
At most sports stores, paintball fields and some gas stores.
Yes, every few games, you will have to refill the tank, depending on the size. Without it, there is nothing to propel the paintball.
At most Sporting goods, gun, and paintball fields. Some Gas (not just gasoline, but Ike propane) places you can fill your CO2.
if your tank runs out take it to your locale paintball field thay should fill it up for you for a small fee exp=5$ unlimated air for the day at my field.
you cant use it or refill it
Only if it can produce 3000 or 4500 PSI . Take it to a paintball store and normally they give you a fill for a dollar or so. If you are playing and you need to refill, go to the refill station, attach the fill hose to the air nipple while the tank is on the gun, press the lever or button until it is filled at the correct pressure.
Some people have used scooba tanks but this it is strongly recommended that you don't. Play it safe, and only use fill stations at your local paintball shop and/or field.
Most likely you will have to go to a paintball store or field to get it filled. Otherwise, screw in the top of the tank into the filler. Chill the CO2 tank and turn on the large tank to fill. Weigh to desiered weight.
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.
No, the FPS will stay the same. The size of the tank determines how many shots you can take before you have to refill it.
A compressed C02 tank or High Pressure Air tank propels the paintball.
All you need is a hose that connects to the tank and a valve to regulate it. However a 4500 psi compressor is much, much more expensive than either getting the tank filled by itself, or buying a scuba tank to refill from.
It sounds like your tank is empty. You should go get refill it.
your local paintball field. Or you can purchase a scuba tank and adapter to fill the paintball tank with and every once in a while fill the scuba tank up if you live like out in the middle of nowhere
Where the air tank or co2 tank normally attaches
if its a CO2 tank then typically yes, however they usually charge more and will not fill your tank correctly. I have heard of people coming out of sporting goods stores with only a half full tank because the people filling dont really know what they are doing
Take it to an airsmith or paintball tech.
if you paid for field fee then they should, if you are just looking to get it filled then no, the compressors required to fill your tank are VERY expensive and require regular maintenance
No! You can only use one with the same output pressure as the tank. Only the Large Compressors at paintball fields can do this