Purchase an adjustable double trigger, electric trigger, response trigger, or crank trigger.
i have not come across a field that will not allow an e-trigger, however the response trigger is sometimes outlawed because you can not control how fast it shoots and some fields have BPS limits
you have to hold down the left trigger and press b while your opponent is in front of you in the paint.
No it does not, however they are compatible.
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A normal trigger is simply- you push and a paintball comes out. A response trigger is kind of like an automatic but you cant just hold it. It will shoot rapidly and then stop for no apparent reason. Response triggers are great though.