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.
Paintball guns can be adjusted to higher settings, and most airsoft guns cannot be adjusted. So in that respect the Paintball gun is "more powerful" However I suggest that you quit looking at the guns in terms of "powerful" as high settings on most guns can cause injury to other players.....and that is the very reason paintball guns are adjustable. 99% of paintball fields demand that players adjust their markers to a safe level (280fps is common). Nobody would have a "more powerful" marker, and thus everyone will be playing fair and safe.
At most paintball fields and online. It is a new gun and will be easy to find.
There are none.
It is the Breda M37 8mm Machine Gun replica by Real Action Paintball - $4,999
All paintball markers must be chronographed at under 300 FPS, so all markers have the same "power."
There is no real age set to shoot a paintball gun. You must be 10 to play and 18 to buy most paintball makers, air and balls.
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.
Most places allow you to rent a gun.
Yes. A paintball gun is not considered a firearm therefore a felon can purchase a paintball gun in Texas.
On most if not all paintball guns you would have to pull the trigger with the safety off.