Co2 (or sometimes High Pressure air) is what operates the paintball gun. The compressed Co2 is what physically moves the paintball out of the barrel as it expands. It is also what resets the mechanical parts on semi-automatic paintball guns. Without Co2 you cannot operate a paintball gun.
No paintball guns are waterproof, do not submerge them, even partially in water.
There are no permits for paintball guns.
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yes they are refillable
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.
All guns can handle compressed air, but not all guns use co2. Check your owners manual for details.
Nearly everything. Paintball guns are fired through the use of air or CO2. Also they shoot only paint. bb Guns shoot pellets, and look completely different then most paintball guns.
Where the air tank or co2 tank normally attaches
Yes, they can own a paintball gun. The law says no firearms, but BB guns, airsoft guns, and paintball guns use air or CO2 and are there for not restricted by the firearm laws and restricted.
The C02 containers hold compressed gas which releases in small amounts to propel the paintball.