No, the marker will be able to shoot rapidly without an aftermarket trigger, although if you find the trigger pull stiffer than you wanted, you can exchange the spring for the trigger with a pen spring. A light trigger pull will allow you to "walk" the trigger, which basically means you pull the trigger with two fingers (one at a time), to reach full auto- like rates of fire.
No, paintball trigger may not even sit on the same brand. It should list the model the trigger is for.
There are some companies that made after marker parts for the Piranha, though they would be a very tough find at this day and age.
Purchase an adjustable double trigger, electric trigger, response trigger, or crank trigger.
no, the rocking trigger was for spyder markers only
It can make the paintball gun semi-auto, 3 round burst, or fully automatic!
An E-trigger is the Tippmann Board, not an actual trigger.
Replace the trigger spring with a lighter one.
On most if not all paintball guns you would have to pull the trigger with the safety off.
on mine i have a rolling trigger. its sensitive but not to sensitive. i love it
Yes, look on actionvillage or any other paintball store for an e-trigger or rocking trigger
You cannot replace the trigger buy itself but you can buy a new trigger with new trigger frame like in the related links:
A tap trigger is similar to a response trigger. As you push the trigger back, the trigger shoots forward with a bit of weight. This allows to fire in full auto much easier.
you might might mean an autococker this is a type of paintball gun that automatically recocks itself or possible your speaking of a response trigger google tippmann a-5 with response trigger theres all the info you are gonna need !
All you have to do is pull a trigger, so it is very easy, almost effortless, to shoot a paintball gun.
Because your pulling the trigger.
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.
It is where the trigger needs to be pulled fairly far before it actually fires. Some people prefer this trigger setup, some do not.
only if you buy the electric trigger.
Without an e trigger or responce trigger it will only shoot semi automatically.
When you plug it into an airsoft gun or paintball gun, it is fitted into a hole. when you pull the trigger, a nozzle is opened and CO2 gas is released, hitting a paintball or airsoft bb and propels it out of the barrel. the nozzle is closed when the trigger is released.
you cant "burn out" a paintball marker
No, you can not fit a double trigger in any of the US Army tippmanns.
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.