No, any tank will work.
99.999% of the time yes, anything that will work on CO2 will work better on HPA
your question doesnt tell me what is going on, you screw in the tank to fill the marker with co2 but if that is not happening then your tank may be empty, if the marker will not fire I can not help you without further information but try cleaning it out and oiling it, a lot of times that will fix it
It will "fire" but the ball will just roll out of the end of the barrel.
No, no paintball guns work on hydrogen.
There are no cheats for paradise paintball.
If it has a special tank, like you couldent buy one at a local shop, then no. If it has standard ASA threads, you can hook up a coil to anything.
Yes, but certain markers will not work as well with it. It is a lot easier then getting HPA guns to run CO2.
Paintball stores usually wont hire anyone under the age of 18.
No, you should use only paintball specific of air tool lubricant.
Usually LPR's are used to save on gas usage and if your paintball marker can work with lower pressures (otherwise you may end up with an effect that is similar to "passing gas" where the gas just leaks out of your marker upon actuating the bolt - if your paintball marker requires your air tank to be using a higher pressure)
Yes it will
if ur meaning how to attach it to ur gun... just turn gun over and screw the tank into the back. but if you mean its actually broken... check the o-rings, the burst disk might be jammed. your best bet would be to go to ur local paintball shop and get it checked out. they will often fix these things for free
Spyder style paintball marker work with a stacked bolt design. on the top they have the bolt that pushes the paintball forward and has gas fired through it, and on the bottom a striker that opens the valve. These two move back and forth, powered by the gas inside when the trigger is pulled.
Last I checked sports authority does not fill HPA tanks. If you are looking to get a tank filled though I would not suggest going to sports authority unless it is your only option. I used to work at one and the employees there really do not know what they are doing when filling tanks and you would be fortunate to get a half full tank when you walked out.
In general scopes are not very useful in Paintball due to the relative inaccuracy of the Paintball itself and the tunnel vision effect of the scope. but if your Paintball gun had weaver or 3/8 rails, you can mount whatever scope (or sight, a better option) you wanted on it
any .68 caliber will work, really though go to a paintball shop, anything from a store that is not paintball specific will be pretty bad paint that has been sitting there for months
paintball grenade launchers aren't really grenades. They resemble something more like a shotgun. A cartridge is loaded with several small paintballs and then charged up from a separate air tank. So it contains it's own rounds and enough co2 for one shot. when you pull the trigger all the balls fire at once in a spread.
Yes, if you have a low-pressure tank it may only be putting out 200-300psi of pressure. High pressure guns can sometimes take a minimum ot 600-800psi to function properly. If you don't have enough pressure for your gun it will not work correctly.
Depends on which marker you are talking about but typically they use air from the tank to cycle the bolt and cock the marker. Several animated examples are avalible in the related links.
No. Paintball barrels are .68 caliber and have relatively huge threads compared to airsoft guns. Not only would they not fit, they would not work due to the large space between the barrel and the airsoft pellet.
Yes it will