there are two screws where it meets the gun, unscrew those and slide it out
Should take a standard type 45 degree frame that goes on the newer Spyder bodies. That being an electronic grip or mechanical.
Nope, it's a solid gun. The only problems are that it is a pain in the behind to take apart and maintain. Also, it's shape can make it tricky to play tight into a bunker. If you have the money for one of these things, look into an Extreme Rage ER3 with a drop-foward
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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.
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?
Regular .68 caliber paintballs, all standard guns do. Also there is no "m16 paintball gun" , only guns that look like it.
Because they take them to a factory and rebuild their inside. and they do have grip
Paintball hurts MUCH more than airsoft. The reason that Paintball hurts more than Airsoft is because the speed of the paintball is faster and the mass is also larger. Take an Airsoft BB and a paintball and look at the difference in size. Now, when you figure that Paintball markers have much greater speed than an Airsoft gun, you will find that Paintball will and should hurt more.