It is not recommended you do this for safety reasons.
You need to be more specific with the problem with the safety, and what kind of safety it is.
On most if not all paintball guns you would have to pull the trigger with the safety off.
Disassemble it and clean it.
It depends on who you are borrowing it from.
You put it through the barrel.
the safety, take out the co2. Or, just contact the manufacturer or take it to a local paintball shop to get it repaired.
You must be 11 to play and 18 to buy a gun. If you have had the proper introduction on paintball safety (mask, safety, gun operation) , they you should be fine.
The purpose of a paintball gun is to fire paintball pellets, to mark opponents in the game of paintball.
A paintball marker is a paintball gun. It is just called a marker instead of a gun.
Yes. A paintball gun is not considered a firearm therefore a felon can purchase a paintball gun in Texas.
No, you may only have a paintball gun on property you own or at paintball parks.