The paintball hopper for a paintball gun keeps the loaded paintballs ready for shooting. It also allowed one to reload their ammunition into the hopper so that one may start shooting again.
A paintball hopper provides the paintballs for the paintball gun. It enables the user to shoot paintballs on his or her opponents and mark them with paint.
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.
the top of the gun where the paintballs are stored to be fired.
Hopper or Loader
The very basics are: A paintball mask, paintballs, A paintball gun, an air tank, and a hopper.
A hopper is like a holder a hopper usually holds 180-200 paintballs, a hopper feeds paintballs down into the chamber of your gun were the bolt can force it out the barrel. I strongly recomend you invest some money in a good electronic hopper. A tank holds air which is like food for your paintball gun, it is used to operate all the parts in your gun, there are three types of air used in a paintball gun there is co2, which is not good for your gun because it might freeze your gun up and god forbid u might get frost bite but is rare, there is compressed air which is the best for your gun, then there is nitrogen which is better then co2 but worse then compressed air.
put more balls in the hopper.
Check all insides of gun, hopper and tank. Hope this helps
"Eyes" on a paintball gun are small lasers that detect weather or not a paintball has been dropped from the hopper into the chamber. If the laser is unbroken, then the gun will not fire, even when the trigger is pulled, as not to chop the ball in half, while in mid air by the bolt. If the laser is broken, the gun will fire.
a gun a co2 tank paint balls and a maskand a hopper
The Querty feedneck is a universal feedneck so any hopper will fit the Feedneck.
In California have to be 18 years or older to purchase a gun but any one can buy a hopper because it is not considered a weapon
Depends on the size of the hopper, but usually around 200.
Currently the best Paintball gun that you can purchase would be a DM9 it is made by Dye and is about 1600$ for the best one the reason it is because of its range accuracy speed and precision also the Dye Ultralite barrel helps this gun and a good nitrous tank also get a rotor hopper it is the best hopper and the Dye Ultralite Barrel is the best Barrel Hope this Helped!
You fill your gun with paint in the hopper. the CO2 or nitrogen tank pushes out "air" and forces a paintball through the barrel and at your opponent.
There are cheap ones for around $20, and tournament grade ones for $150.
No. it will keep up perfectly. you probably wont be able to out-shoot a 15 bps hopper on semi.
Though there is a standard hopper size, The Tippmann cyclone feed hoppers will only fit guns with cyclone feeds. otherwise yes.
It actually will depend on the paintball gun you have. Typical markers do not need a cartridge, but a hopper (the thing on the top of the gun to feed in paintballs). Markers like the Tippmann TPX and the Kingmann Chaser and Eraser definitely need cartridge to hold the paintballs sense they are pistols.
press down on the front sight and turn the hopper downwards
That is an above average rate of fire, requiring a $80+ hopper to feed. It would be considered higher end, but not the best.
Yes but you will only able able to shoot as fast as the hopper loads. If you try to shoot too fast you will either be shooting a blank or chop a ball in your marker.
This all depends on the feedneck on the gun. That is, the circular part on top of the gun that connects the hopper to the marker. If it is clamping feedneck, simply release the clamp, push it down all the way and close the clamp appropriately. Others you may have to unscrew with an Alan key, and on the lower guns, just push it on their to the best of your ability. Though clamping feedneck is by far the best to have on a gun, due to the fact that it decreases the possibility of the hopper coming off.