The Apex2. the JJ is just a standard barrel, and not a great one at that. The apex is one of two barrels that increase range and the only one that is adjustable.
J&J all the way, its more than a standard barrel its Teflon coated ceramic. makes it light and able to shoot out breaks very well. the apex like the flatline does not increase your usable range, anyone who thinks it does has not been around paintball long enough to know the physics behind it. yes it will make the paint go further but at the added distance the paint is traveling so slowly that it bounces off of everything. in order to keep the paint in the air that long you sacrifice speed. anything that puts spin on a ball also has bad accuracy. and if you think people are going to hold still for long enough for you to dial in a curve shot then sure go for it. if i see anyone messing with a apex trying to hit me behind a tree, i just move to another tree, they cant hit you while on the run since now all their shots are curving and once you get to another tree they have to start all over dialing in a curve shot to get it to hook around a different tree. J&J is cheaper, lighter and much better
You can buy them in 12,14,16 and 20 inch lengths
the barrel, hopper, stock, and many others.
The M16 assault rifle has an overall length of 39.5 inches (1,000mm) and a barrel length of 20 inches (508mm).
If you don't know the calculation, then how about you just use a kitchen measuring jug to fill the barrel and then you will know exactly how much water you have in there.
Tippmann markers in generally have a reputation for being the most durable markers available. They are the standard for field rentals because of this reason. Tippmann's however are also known to be Slightly Heavier than tournument Markers, But that's because there more durable, unlees you get a better barrel but i usally buy new barrels for markers anyway because stock barrels are rarely good, and generally efficient. Tippmann's in many opinions are the best scenario marker available.
There are many places online in which you can purchase a Tippmann paintball gun. You can go to websites like eBay or Amazon where you should be able to find one.
If the barrel is cylindrical in shape then its volume is 19113.4497 inches3 82.422 U.S. gallons. 68.897 Imperial gallons. The Imperial gallon is about 20% bigger than the U.S. gallon.
2880 exactly, but if this is ceramic tiles you have to account for grout lines. extras would be recommended
The formula for the volume of a cylinder is pi * r^2 * h. A cylinder of the specified dimensions would have a volume of very close to 4000 cubic inches. There are 231 cubic inches in a gallon, so that works out to slightly under 17 and a third gallons. That's a rather tall and skinny "barrel", by the way.
It means that the bolt and rear bolt are on on the same level, and are "in a line" with each other, from the barrel to the rear, used in many mechanical Tippmann style guns. It is opposed to a stacked design, where a bolt is put on top of a valve hammer.
Tippmann is a brand, not a gun. In general Tippmann's are viewed as the most reliable and durable guns on the market. This is because they use very simple, hard to break, low maintenance parts, which is why they are used by most places as rental guns (usually the Tippmann 98). However this durability comes with many prices. They generally shoot slower, less accurately, and less consistently then guns of a comparable price (without upgrades). In short, almost every Tippmann product will work for longer then a comparative product, but not as well. Tippmann also has some of the best Military simulation kits available for its markers.