They are the same thing, just different ways of calling it. Players will most likely call them Markers because that is their proper name. But gun works either way. The creation of the term marker was designed to indicate that a paintball marker is not designed to be a weapon.
Nothing. A paintball gun is referred to as a marker so as not to convey a message that paintball is dangerous or markers are weapons.
Airsoft uses a plastic pellet. Paintball uses a ball field with paint.
yes in paint ball they call it marker but it really is just a paint ball gun
They are the same thing. "marker"is the preferred term used when talking to non-paint ballers. It is just a better way to speak in public so people don't give you weird looks or think of paintball as overly militaristic. At paintball fields either term is fine, though older players will probably correct you.
Since this marker is so old, the only place to get one would be online.
Spyder Pilot ACS is a good gun for Under $100 avilable @ Wal Mart and online
Bravo One is a tactical gun paint marker used in Paintball fights or games. One can see the videos at Youtube and one can purchase the guns at Canada Paint Ball, eBay, Badland Paint Ball, Paint Ball Gear and Tippmann.
there is no age limit on owning a marker BUT you must be 18 to purchase them
Bullets and pellets are both terms for the actual paint ball. Bullet is incorrect, but pellet does mean "small ball."
Only spyder threaded ones would work
yes, but theres no point buying a nice air tank that costs more then the marker.
The marker is placed by the player when the object ball is the 8 ball under APA Rules. There is no location prior to the player placing the marker, as it is typically in their pocket.
There is no difference between the cue ball and billiard ball except that the cue ball is white and without significant markings.
It depends on the grade of your paint, and how good your paintball marker is. Paintballs will almost never get ball on ball accuracy.