Depending on your marker, but you should get 500 to 700 shots.
The number of shots provided per tank is really dependent on the tanks size. I am the captain of the Bullit Paintball team, and I usually use a 20oz tank. With my 20oz I will get anywhere between 800-1000 shots, depending how fast I shoot. I would say that you'll usually get around 500 shots, and a max of 600 shots with your 12oz.
A Tippmann 98 custom 20oz co2 tank shoots 1100 paintballs
A 20oz co2 tank will on average shoot about 1000 shots. This will vary if you have a response trigger, cyclone feed or regulator on your gun.
It depends on the temperature and how clean your gun is, but around 1000.
alot i have an 8oz co2 tank and it lasted a 5 hour game and its still got some left
You simply screw the line onto the tank and into the back of the gun. then you turn on the line by twisting the valve clockwise.
that depends on the size and pressure of the tank, ninja makes everything from 12ci tanks to i believe 88ci tanks. which tank are you looking at?
I use a 12 ounce, it lasts me a full day, but you might need a bigger one (20 ounce) if you shoot a lot of balls (eg. automatic firing) Tanks are a lot of preference but largely the 20oz is the standard co2 tank that will offer on a typical entry level setup about 1500 shots. For HPA whatever size you get, get it in a 4500 psi tank, that way you will get more shots out of the same size tank. The 68/4500psi has largely become standard for HPA tanks and will give you around 1300 shots on an entry level setup
About 300 to 350 shots! :)
depends on the marker you are using it on and if it is a 3000psi tank or a 4500psi tank but i believe they only make 62s in 3k so, as a ballpark id expect around 600-650
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.
really it depends on the marker, temperature, velocity you are shooting at and a lot of other things, but for the typical entry level marker, i would ballpark it a little under 1000 shots
09 oz can shoot around 500-700 shots 12 oz can shoot around 700-900 shots 16 oz can shoot around 900-1100 shots 20 oz can shoot around 1100-1300 shots 24 oz can shoot around 1300-1500 shots
A standard 20 oz will run for 800-1200 shots depending on the marker.
size is all personal preference, you can get something as small as a 9oz or up to a 24oz co2 tank, the larger the tank is the more shots you will get off of it but the heavier and larger it will be
Yes, while playing, CO2 or other propellant is necessary to fire the marker. It is the CO2 that moves the paintball gun parts, and is what pushes out the ball at such high speeds. Taking the tank in and out will cause it to loose significant shots.
A compressed C02 tank or High Pressure Air tank propels the paintball.
Very roughly: 1100 shots.
Where the air tank or co2 tank normally attaches
your local paintball field. Or you can purchase a scuba tank and adapter to fill the paintball tank with and every once in a while fill the scuba tank up if you live like out in the middle of nowhere
3000psi is the pressure for the tank regulator in nitrogen and HPA (high pressure air) tanks, and not a measure of capacity. Usually capacities for airtanks for paintball use are in units of cubic inches (ci) for nitrogen and HPA and ounces or grams (oz/g) for carbon dioxide tanks. Another thing to take into consideration is the efficiency of your paintball marker.
It depends on the size.