What about it? If you mean its purpose, then that's easy. The serial number on a paintball gun is much the same on any gun, it is an easy way for the manufacturer to keep track of that particular gun, such as it's date of manufacture, age, etc. This makes it easy for the manufacturer to give out information about a particular gun, like if they had to recall a certain gorup of guns due to a defect. The manufacturer would merely have to tell us the serial numbers that are being recalled, and with a quick glance at it you could easily tell whether or not your particular gun was on the recall list.
It must be made by a cheap company, or not a real one.
Yes it is illegal to own a gun that does not have a serial number. It is also illegal to remove the serial number off a gun.
The purpose of a paintball gun is to fire paintball pellets, to mark opponents in the game of paintball.
A paintball marker is a paintball gun. It is just called a marker instead of a gun.
With just the serial number, nothing.
It would be almost impossible to identify a gun just by its serial number.
No. The state of Ohio did not invent the paintball gun.
No, do not expose your paintball gun to water.
Just by the serial number, no.
A paintball gun is several magnitudes stronger then a Nerf gun. A paintball travels at around 200 mph, where a Nerf gun is around 10.
Impossible to answer. A serial number is not unique to only one gun in the world.
Impossible to date a gun with just the serial number and no other informaiton.