It requires a C02 bottle to hold the C02 and the gun must be made to accept the bottle. Most large sporting goods shops and paintball shops can fill the C02 bottle for you
Absolutely! And are by far easier to fill than CO2 from a Ref's point of view. just make sure you know how much to fill it, otherwise, you top will blow off.
You fill your gun with paint in the hopper. the CO2 or nitrogen tank pushes out "air" and forces a paintball through the barrel and at your opponent.
CO2 tanks are easy. now that paintball is getting really popular you are seeing more places that fill tanks. any paintball shop (of course) will fill it and even places like Dick's. Just try anywhere that sells paintball gear.
Fill Bottle 7 . . . then use bottle 7 to fill bottle 5 . . Empty bottle 5 and put the remaining two litres from bottle 7 into bottle 5 . . Fill bottle 7 then use bottle 7 to fill bottle 5 . . empty bottle 5 . . Fill bottle 5 with the remaining 4 litres in bottle 7 . . fill bottle 7 and then use bottle 7 to fill bottle 5 . . this will leave you with 6 litres in bottle 7 . . Done
With a paintball field CO2 filling station, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO ON YOUR OWN!! IF YOU DIDN'T KNOW WHERE TO FILL A TANK UP NEVER FILL ON YOUR OWN!!!
Go to a paintball store and pay for them to fill it.
Yes, any nitrogen tank is refillable.
your local paintball field. Or you can purchase a scuba tank and adapter to fill the paintball tank with and every once in a while fill the scuba tank up if you live like out in the middle of nowhere
At some sporting goods stores or any paintball field.
Yes they are the same.
You need an adapter (shown in link) then fill like a normal fill station.
yes, to any gun made in the last 15 years
at some you can
No they can not.
No, do not attempt to do so.
To refill a paintball tank, you must first go to a paintball field or store with a paintball air compressor. You can't refill them with just any home depot compressor, it takes serious pressure to fill these tanks. Find the fill station with the same pressure as your tank (3000, 4500 or 5000 psi) and hook up the fill hose to the fill nipple on the side of the tank while it is attached to your gun. Then press the lever or button in until the gauge on your tank or on the filler is at the correct pressure and release. Then unhook the fill hose.
Fill the 5l bottle Pour the 5l into the 7l bottle Fill the 5l bottle Pour 2l from the 5l bottle to the 7l bottle, leaving 3l in the 5l bottle Empty the 7l bottle Pour the 3l into the 7l bottle Fill the 5l bottle Pour the 5l into the 7l bottle leaving 1l in the 5 ll bottle Empty the 7l bottle Pour the 1l into the 7l bottle Fill the 5l bottle Pour the 5l bottle in the 7l bottle which makes 6l in the 7l bottle! Hard work for just 6l!
if you're asking how to refill the tank you take it to a local paintball shop or sporting goods store, they can fill them
Most paintball markers can hold a N2/Nitrogen/HPA/Air tank so I couldn't possibly list them all, if you submit specific markers I could tell you if they fired using Nitrogen.
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.
the answer is the reagent bottle composed of hydrogen and nitrogen
follow the directions on the bottle. If it says fill up, then fill up.
No! You can only use one with the same output pressure as the tank. Only the Large Compressors at paintball fields can do this