No! That would be very very bad! There is no place to put it in and you could blow out the top of your tank.
If you have a 4500 or 3000 PSI compressor then yes.
Only if it has an output pressure of your tank, either 3000, 4500, or 5000. Most compressors cant do this.
No! You can only use one with the same output pressure as the tank. Only the Large Compressors at paintball fields can do this
No, do not attempt to do so.
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
Yes! The purpose of an Air tank is so that you can refill it. Almost any Paintball Field or store can fill your tank.
if your tank runs out take it to your locale paintball field thay should fill it up for you for a small fee exp=5$ unlimated air for the day at my field.
At any Paintball field, and some gas stores and Pro shops.
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.
Take it to a shop! if you want to do it yourself the normal way is to put the bottle on scales and fill it from a larger bottle to a fill weight. To be honest though CO2 is well out of date. A smart move would be to move onto compressed air.
You pump it in as a liquid
# remove fuel from gas tank # remove fuel tank (all vent , fill, fuel lines and electric lines have to be removed before removing tank) # remove fuel pump from top of tank # install new fuel pump # replace tank and fill # check for leaks
electronic fuel pump inside the gas tank.
If you are talking about a new fuel pump, yes all you do is fill the tank, no priming needed. If you are talking about a pump that has failed, then no.
if you paid for field fee then they should, if you are just looking to get it filled then no, the compressors required to fill your tank are VERY expensive and require regular maintenance