Well when they made paintballs in the first place they were for "paintball guns" that farmers would use to mark cows and mark poles and such. In 1981 the very first paintball game happened when a few friends took these guns and played a game. After they had a lot of fun like a lot of paintball players do, after they played one of them named Bob Gurnsey made the first paintball gun and started selling them. After that the guns kept getting newer and better to this day. Now paintballs are made just to play the sport of paintball.
No, they are not.
go on youtube.com and type in paintball you should see it there it says "How it's made: Paintballs"
Paintballs consist of a few ingredients. Synthetic plasic, laytex, fish oil, water, and food coloring. This is why it is possible to eat paintballs.
Most paintballs are made of a lard/animal fat mixture. Although just recently a company developed water based paintballs.
No. There are small paintballs mad however for low power spring airsoft guns.
no, paintballs for markers are .68 cal.
No, and do not attempt to freeze paintballs. Most paintballs are not able to be frozen because they are now made with an oil that makes them brittle when subjected to cold. Most paintballs will break inside the gun if frozen.
Yes, although I wouldn't feed it to them on a plate! Paintballs (including the paint) are made entirely from food-grade products and as such are non toxic.
Shooting paintballs at a cop car
If not washed off immediately and left for weeks on end, yes, it may. This will obviously be made worse when using oil-based paintballs.
Yes, but not the big ones real paintball markers shoot. You can buy little paintballs made especially for airsoft guns. Technically no. There are no paintballs that work in an airsoft gun. HOWEVER, they do make marker bbs that are basically paintballs but they are bbs. I don't know exactly how they work but I know you will see paint.
no, no manufacturer fills paintballs with black paint.
Paintballs will not harm you if consumed and digested, as they are made from non-toxic materials.
no, there are different paintballs for different types of guns
A Fistful of Paintballs was created on 2011-05-05.
All paintballs can go bad, however no paintballs are allowed to have red, pink or black fill.
No. only .50 caliber paintballs.
There is no antifreeze in any paintballs. Trying to freeze paintballs will ruin their structural integrity, causing them to become brittle shelled, and overly viscus in the center.
For a Few Paintballs More was created on 2011-05-12.
yes it can
No. They don't.
a case of paintballs weighs about 16 pounds. There are 2000 paintballs in each case plus about 1 pound of packaging. 1 paintball = about 4 grams