HPA means high pressure air, so it basically means everything you breath in compressed into a tank
Some people have used scooba tanks but this it is strongly recommended that you don't. Play it safe, and only use fill stations at your local paintball shop and/or field.
All paintball guns require propellant, but some use HPA or high pressure air, instead. HPA tanks are more expensive and holds less shots, but are significantly more consistent (accurate) and easier and cheaper to refill. You can also tell how much you have left on a HPA tank.
You should use HPA with a Proto SLG.
you cant use it or refill it
Yes, Tm7s can run on HPA tanks.
Co2. Buying a Hpa tank for a cybrid is money that should be spent on a better gun.
It depends on what marker you have, a marker like a 3.5 Excellerator, Tac-5 (any marker of the TAC-5 brand) or a similar marker like these, you can use HPA in.
Yes. unless you use HPA.
Spyder Sonix can use any Co2 or HPA tank
Firstly NOS is Nitrous-Oxide, which is never used for paintball. "nitrogen" is another term for High Pressure Air tanks, because air is primarily Nitrogen. you must buy a HPA tank to use HPA. Not only can you not physically fill the wrong tank with the wrong gas, but It would destroy your burst disk if you tried.
You probably could fill it, but not to pressures needed for paintball gun operation, CO2 tanks should not be filled with any gas or liquid besides CO2. edit: you could use Argon in a HPA tank but not a CO2 tank
Yes, any pressure or HPA tank on an FEP quest will work. It can not run on Co2.
Yes, just make sure to use a 4500 psi tank.