If you are not trained on filling Co2 tanks (unlike HPA tanks) you should not attempt this, on risk of breaking the burst disks, or freezing your hand. An HPA tank however, you can simply hook up and fill.
Most likely you will have to go to a paintball store or field to get it filled. Otherwise, screw in the top of the tank into the filler. Chill the CO2 tank and turn on the large tank to fill. Weigh to desiered weight.
Depends on the connections.
If it has threads on the top, you refill it like any other tank by taking it to a sporting goods store or paintball field. If it does not, then it is a disposable, and you cannot refill it.
Usually between $5 to $10.
Dicks, any paintball shop, and Gander Mt.
sure, gennerally there are 30lb co2 tanks and 50lb tanks that you can fill from, you will also need a fill station and instruction from a air smith on how to use it, so it is fairly expensive to own, but what a lot of people do it buy a fill station and then rent a co2 tank for the day from a welding shop or another place that will do it (scuba shops sometimes, propane stations, you just have to do a little searching) for a 50lb tank i think it was around $30-$40 so have everyone pitch in a few bucks and you are covered for the day
Yes, every few games, you will have to refill the tank, depending on the size. Without it, there is nothing to propel the paintball.
Take it to a shop! if you want to do it yourself the normal way is to put the bottle on scales and fill it from a larger bottle to a fill weight. To be honest though CO2 is well out of date. A smart move would be to move onto compressed air.
Yes they do
No, the FPS will stay the same. The size of the tank determines how many shots you can take before you have to refill it.
Call them and ask!
my dad has to refill his car fuel tank every week