There are two things that can cause this:
1. The spring that resets the trigger is worn or is otherwise malfunctioning.
2. There is dirt or paint between the trigger and the inside of the gun, gumming it up.
If you know how, take apart and clean your gun thoroughly. If not, take it to a paintball field or shop and have someone show you how.
Yes. Just remove all the internals before painting, to make sure you do not get any inside.
none, paintballs do not fly far enough or are accurate enough to make any kind of precision aiming devise usefull
Performance: A good upgrade from the start would be an expansion chamber It really helps make the CO2 more consistent. An apex or flatline barrel will help with lenght. A custom products should help with accuracy (depending on paint quality) A stock and remote line makes the gun lighter A response trigger helps with shooting faster, and can be used in full auto. An E trigger makes it shoot faster, but is not very useful for the majority of games. Looks: Collapsible stock, Barrel with rails, Red dot sight, Ak47 kit, M4 kit.
The short answer is YES! The long answer is that the model 98 is still one of the most upgradeable markers out there. With numerous kits available from numerous manufacturers, you can make the marker electronic, auto-feeding, install a reactive trigger, make it vertically fed, the list is endless. Furthermore, if you're a bit of a handyman, there are numerous modifications that you can create/produce yourself. Check out the forums at Tippmann's official website or http://www.model98.org for more ideas and info.
'before i could even blink, he pulled the trigger on me'
Put oil on your controller aka the trigger
There are basically four things you can do. First is to replace the trigger spring with a lighter spring (like from a pen) to make the trigger pull easier. Second is to buy a double trigger, which may slightly increase your rate of fire, but not by much. Third is to purchase a response trigger, which uses excess Co2 from the Tippmann (which is automatically wasted after each shot) to reset the trigger faster than a spring. It will make the pull heavier, but allow you to shoot fully automatically if you place your finger where it sets, and resets. Last is the E-trigger, an electric solenoid and board that takes out the mechanical link from trigger to sear, and allows you to shoot semi, burst, and full auto. It runs on battery, makes the pull incredibly lighter, and must be turned off after every game, to preserve battery life, because without a battery, your gun will no longer function.
Replace the trigger spring with a lighter one.
its Easy to do actualy. all u need to do is... Create a regin, and make a trigger, make the trigger and make it do. unit enters regin, replace (unit) with (unit) , and if want to delete trigger after you make that, just make a new trigger, and make it say, (unit) exits (regin) delete trigger, and change (this trigger) to whatever the regin is, if you dont know about any triggers, just expirment it a bit, or youtube it, or just ask me for more help.
The lock was stuck. Stuck in the snow, I called a tow truck.
Yes, just make sure to use a 4500 psi tank.
There is not official store where you can custom make a pillow pet. The only way to customize them is to make them from home.