If you are using a CO2 tank there is an endothermic reaction that takes place as the liquid CO2 in the tank boils off to go into the marker as a gas
If you are filling a HPA tank there is a exothermic reaction that takes place as the air is packed into the tank.
For both HPA and CO2 there is an endothermic reaction that takes place whenever you shoot as the gas expands, this is why, on cold days moisture will accumulate on a marker if you shoot it enough.
Every time you shoot there is a transformation of potential energy to physical energy as gas pressure is turned into forward momentum to propel a paintball
if your marker is an electronic marker the battery has stored chemical energy that is turned into electrical energy that is used to create physical energy to move various parts of the marker
If it is a pump you are part of the system applying physical energy to pump the marker and store physical energy in a spring converting it to potential energy
There are a few energy transformations when a gun is fired. Some of these include potential to kinetic energy, chemical to mechanical energy, and chemical to electromagnetic energy.
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.
No, do not expose your paintball gun to water.
No. The state of Ohio did not invent the 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.
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 same as every other paintball gun, louder then an airsoft gun, softer then a pellet gun.
Depends on what kind of gun you have. I would take it to the local paintball store.
I have both and honsetly i use the paintball gun more =)