No, Compressed air lasts much less than a comparably sized C02 tank. This is because CO2 is stored in liquid form, which is much more dense and takes up less space.
The compressed air buildes up pressure in the tank and when you pull the trigger a valve opens up and forces the paintball out the barrel.
Compressed air tanks were around long before paintball.
A compressed C02 tank or High Pressure Air tank propels the paintball.
Yes it will
Carbon fiber Compressed air tank.
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.
All guns can handle compressed air, but not all guns use co2. Check your owners manual for details.
No compressed air would be better for accuracy as well as your gun. Its like co2 but at a higher pressure with cleaner air and no liquid that can damage your paintball marker.
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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.
Paintball guns, powered by compressed air, are not firearms, and therefore they may be possessed.
nitro is short for Nitrogen, or Compressed air. It is highly pressurized air that is used to propel a paintball, instead of Carbon Dioxide, or CO2.