"better" is a matter of opinion but largely aftermarket boards will offer more firing modes and more in depth programing over stock boards. That aside, the vast majority of stock boards today have everything you will ever use on them, all major tournament modes and many have a user defined mode already. in the last handful of years we have seen a decrease in the number of aftermarket boards largely because stock boards are getting so good.
It is an upgraded after-market board. A "board" is the circuit board and components that operate an electric paintball gun.
It is a computer board that holds the electronics that govern the paintball gun and it's firing modes.
depends on how you use it
fusion is much better ions need to be fully upgraded
Paintball gun. You can see where you hit your target. I disagree, if you are looking for a more realistic looking weopon then use an airsoft gun
An E-trigger is the Tippmann Board, not an actual trigger.
The purpose of a paintball gun is to fire paintball pellets, to mark opponents in the game of paintball.
A board itself is basically the brain of the gun. It is only found in electric guns, and it tells the gun the bounce, dwell, mode of fire, rate of fire, and anything associated with the gun. Virtue is a paintball brand best known for their high quality boards and crown systems for hoppers (hopper tops). Therefore, a virtue board is a board produced by virtue.
A paintball marker is a paintball gun. It is just called a marker instead of a gun.
In general scopes are not very useful in Paintball due to the relative inaccuracy of the Paintball itself and the tunnel vision effect of the scope. but if your Paintball gun had weaver or 3/8 rails, you can mount whatever scope (or sight, a better option) you wanted on it
Better is a very general team, and you need to have specific models in mind to compare any.
Your marker could be leaking from a small pinhole in your frame, or it could be leaking out of the CO2 adapter itself. you may want to have it checked, if it is a electric marker, you could freeze your circuit board.