its called a remote line or remote hose.
You simply screw the line onto the tank and into the back of the gun. then you turn on the line by twisting the valve clockwise.
Where the air tank or co2 tank normally attaches
a "remote line" or "coil" is a long coil of steel tubing that is plugged into the Asa (air source adapter/where the tank goes in) and allows the air or co2 tank to be carried on a harness on your back. This is recommended if you are going to use a butt stock or want a light (but less maneuverable) gun.
A remote hose (AKA Remote Coil) is a coiled hose that you screw into your ASA on your marker, and your tank, allowing you to place the tank anywhere you feel comfortable. If you are going to play with the remote, I advise poking a hole through your outfit and threading the hose through your uniform, so you don't get it caught on any brush, metal, etc.
The purpose of a paintball gun is to fire paintball pellets, to mark opponents in the game of paintball.
No. This is because the end head of the remote line does not have a valve. you would have to open the tank valve, fill it, close it, remove the remote, put it in your gun and then turn it back on. This would be more complicated then just removing the tank and filling it. If the remote line had an ending with a valve it would be easy, otherwise removing it would re-empty the tank.
You do not need a firearms lisence for a paintball gun.
A paintball marker is a paintball gun. It is just called a marker instead of a gun.
Yes. A paintball gun is not considered a firearm therefore a felon can purchase a paintball gun in Texas.
No, you may only have a paintball gun on property you own or at paintball parks.
No. The state of Ohio did not invent the paintball gun.
No, do not expose your paintball gun to water.
Do not shoot any wildlife with a paintball gun.
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.
The first paintball gun was a pump gun. The year is unidentified.
at a paintball field
No, it is not illegal to shoot a paintball gun in any state. You don't even need a license to shoot a paintball gun in any state. No, it is not illegal to shoot a paintball gun in any state. You don't even need a license to shoot a paintball gun in any state.
The same as every other paintball gun, louder then an airsoft gun, softer then a pellet gun.
The hopper is the part that sits on top of the paintball gun, holding the paintballs and feeding them into the gun.
No. Nothing dissolves in the process of a paintball gun firing.
11 to play at fields, 18 to buy a paintball gun.
yes. you can ship a paintball gun anywhere.
The fps of a paintball gun is usually in-between 300-400
A paintball gun can run anywhere from low end ($90) to middle grade ($200-$300) high end ($500-$700) and top of the line tournament markers ($700-$2000)