depends on which marker you are talking about, for something like a spyder or stacked tube blow back there is usually a volumizer of some sort to hold air ready to be fired, for other markers there can be a LPR, for cockers there is a noid, ram and LPR, for the matrix series there was a on/off for a long time and now it is just a plug. just depends on what marker you are talking about
The barrel back is the piece that screws into the receiver on a 2 piece barrel. It is usually a specific size (or has changeable inserts with different sizes) that allow the player to change the bore (inside diameter) of the paintball barrel back, while having a more standard bore in the front (like .685). This is done to either perfectly fit the paintball (mid boring or perfect match) be bigger then the paintball (over-boring like .691) or slightly smaller then the paintball (underboring like .681) There are many different theories as to which is the best, but with changeable backs you can find out for yourself.
you need Co2 to fire any paintball gun, it is what physically moves the ball out of the barrel.
cleans the barrel
no, because the air is what pushes the paintball out off the barrel.
Any autococker threaded barrel.
All paint ball guns with a regular barrel will shoot around 300 feet. there also is no specific "ak 47" paintball gun
AIM B Style Red Dot Gun Sight-wrong your barrel
Yes, it is what physically moves the ball out of the barrel.
It shoots semi automatic and has a removable feedneck and barrel.
All paintball guns, excluding high end guns, have a .685 bored barrel.
A paintball gun, unlike airsoft or real firearms will have a hopper on top, and will have a co2 tank sticking out of the back.
On a paintball gun C02, or High pressure air is necessary. It is compressed air that, when the trigger is pulled and the marker fires, propels the paintball out of the barrel.
Disassemble the gun, and replace the back cap with the stock or take it to a paintball store, and ask them to.