The fps of a paintball gun is usually in-between 300-400
8 bps, 300 fps.
In U.K, the paintball fields set them at 270 FPS, but when you buy the gun it should be around 300 FPS, you can buy chrongraphs for $10-20 to test the FPS,
All paintball guns are regulated to 260-300 fps depending on the field.
Around 300 fps or 200 miles per hour.
All paintball markers are chronographed to the same velocity of around 290-300 FPS.
A Co2 gun can go up to 300 fps. Sling shoots only get a paintball up to 240.
It depends on the grade of your paint, and how good your paintball marker is. Paintballs will almost never get ball on ball accuracy.
All paintball markers must be chronographed at under 300 FPS, so all markers have the same "power."
300 to 375
For a spring gun, a normal fps would be from 200-280 For an electric gun, a normal fps would be from 300-400 For a gas gun, a normal fps would be from 300-500
Every field is different therefore they will have different regulations on what the FPS can be. The average will be around 280. Though the EPL's rule is that it just has to be under 300 fps.