It depends on the tank size. 9 oz: maybe a bag (500) 12oz: Half a case or a bit more (1000+)
A compressed C02 tank or High Pressure Air tank propels the paintball.
No, do not attempt to do so.
Definitely a tank before a hopper. If you go on Zephyr Paintball they have a 20 oz C02 tank for only 14 dollars and a proto primo hopper for also 14 dollars.
line up the threads of the tank with the asa, which will be on the bottom of the grips. Then screw it in clockwise until you cant anymore.
99.999% of the time yes, anything that will work on CO2 will work better on HPA
You must be Eighteen to purchase Paintball or C02 refills.
Co2 is for paintball guns. plants breath it in and expel oxygen
No, Compressed air lasts much less than a comparably sized C02 tank. This is because CO2 is stored in liquid form, which is much more dense and takes up less space.
The C02 containers hold compressed gas which releases in small amounts to propel the paintball.
No tubes attach the gun and the tank. You might be thinking of o-rings which are rubber rings that create an airtight seal.
It's best if you ask a scientist who has some C02
On a paintball gun C02, or High pressure air is necessary. It is compressed air that, when the trigger is pulled and the marker fires, propels the paintball out of the barrel.