800-850 psi operating pressure
There is no paintball gun that runs on only 200 psi.
HPA tanks run from 3000 to 4500 psi.
There is usually 850 psi in a co2 tank. An HPA tank is a totally different story.
A standard compressor can pressurize to around 300 psi. A paintball tank is much greater, being 3000 to 4500 psi.
Pressure in a paintball marker is usually referring to the tank, or the gun itself. Only HPA tanks come in variable pressures (3000-4500-5000 psi). The other pressure is controlled by a regulator, which is the operating pressure (150~200 psi) which is the pressure kept needed to fire and re-cock the gun.
Different gun has different working PSI. Such as our gun, the working PSI is 800-1000psi.
All tanks run anywhere from 3000 to 5000 psi.
You shouldn't be playing paintball if you can't figure this out on your own. Alright?
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Yes the main difference is a SCUBA tank is used for high pressure breathing air (3200-5000 PSI). A paintball tank has a lower PSI rating and is also measured in ounces not PSI. Even though most people use a breathing air compressor to fill paintball tanks.