No, It was not meant to anyways. The main Tippmann lines has the Tippmann 98 as their starter marker, the Tippmann A5 as their intermediate marker, and the X7/X7 Phenom as their top brand. The bravo one (alpha black in The United States) is simply a different looking Tippmann 98. The A-5 has the cyclone feed, and is much easier to take apart with a tombstone airline and push-pin disassembly.
Yes. Since it has an adjustable feedneck it can take any loader.
First take off the bolts then the safety push will come out and then just take it off
Take it to an airsmith or paintball tech.
The best thing to do would be to take him to an established paintball facility, where there are referees and older players.
Depends on what kind of gun you have. I would take it to the local paintball store.
the safety, take out the co2. Or, just contact the manufacturer or take it to a local paintball shop to get it repaired.
Take it to a paintball field and have it looked at. Or be specific about he electrical problem.
You shouldn't be playing paintball if you can't figure this out on your own. Alright?
...Is this a Brave New World reference? If so, bravo sir. Bravo.
Regular .68 caliber paintballs, all standard guns do. Also there is no "m16 paintball gun" , only guns that look like it.
Yes, a halo hopper can fit on most guns. If it doesn't fit at first, take sandpaper and sand the feedneck down.