I don't know. If it does you can take a photo of it and paste it in paint and send it to fps and have them look at it
adjust the velocity, never shoot above 300 fps though
you use a Chronograph (Chrono for short) they measure the FPS as a paintball flies away, a field will always have them and you can buy one for home use if you want
there is no physical limit but for safety reasons you should NEVER set it to higher than 300fps
All paintball guns are required to be set below 300 fps (204.5 mph). Most fields play 1a 290 for outdoor and 265 for indoor.
It depends on the grade of your paint, and how good your paintball marker is. Paintballs will almost never get ball on ball accuracy.
Depends on which .50 cal, and which cartidge. If you mean a Barrett Model 82A1 sniper rifle, in .50 BMG, standard ball ammo is ABOUT 2800 fps.
A paintball gun fires a .68 caliber .35 gram ball at 300 fps. If you where the right clothes (loose shirt, paintball vest, e.t.c.) it doesn't even hurt!
I don't know for sure if you are talking about the gun I think you are, but the one I am thinking of is advertised at like 430 fps on the box, but my friend has one that cronoed in at 380 fps, which is good because the place we go has a 400 fps max.
The fps you have in Minecraft depends on the condition of your computer.
380 fps = 259.1 mph
About 200 fps or so.
I don't have any direct information about the model 806 HY_Score, but I do know that the models 802, 804 and 805 all fired at 300 FPS
It has 450 fps
300 fps or 320
Did you mean FPS? the FPS for the Daisy Red Ryder is about 220 FPS (Feet Per Second.)
Shooting it over a chronograph is the only way to be sure. You can guess depending on what it says in the manual, like if it says +5 fps per quarter turn.
Crosman says it's 200 FPS.
It's rated at 340 FPS.
Almost all paintball guns will shoot 300 fps.
Girls like FPS Games. I know a lot of girls who play them.