A paintball gun needs CO2 (or HPA) to fire at all.
Co2 (or sometimes High Pressure air) is what operates the paintball gun. The compressed Co2 is what physically moves the paintball out of the barrel as it expands. It is also what resets the mechanical parts on semi-automatic paintball guns. Without Co2 you cannot operate a paintball gun.
A Co2 gun can go up to 300 fps. Sling shoots only get a paintball up to 240.
You need either Co2 or Compressed air for a paintball gun to function. Every gun can run on compressed air, but only some can run on Co2.
you need Co2 to fire any paintball gun, it is what physically moves the ball out of the barrel.
No paintball gun will work without a CO2 tank or other propellant tank. without Co2 there is nothing to push the ball out of the barrel.
Go to a paintball store and pay for them to fill it.
It depends on the gun, but "both" is an acceptable answer.
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.
You are the dumbest idiot i have ever seen you loser if you bought a paintball gun you should know how to plug in co2. If you don't have a paintball gun then why are you asking. All you do is take the tank and screw in into the paintball gun till it wont screw in anymore ok P.S. u need to get a life
All guns can handle compressed air, but not all guns use co2. Check your owners manual for details.
CO2, stored in the tank is highly pressurized. The paintball being shot is caused by it being pushed out by the rapidly expanding gas. CO2 also cycles and reloads the next paintball.
The very basics are: a certified paintball mask, a paintball gun, paintballs, and a propellant source (co2, HPA).
At any local paintball store.
about 500-600 depending on the gun
It depends on the KGS system, and the FPS of it the gun.
Where the air tank or co2 tank normally attaches
At some sporting goods stores or any paintball field.
unscrew the tank, this will vent any co2 that is in the marker out the asa
It will leak out eventually, and is illegal to transport with the co2 still on.
At most Sporting goods, gun, and paintball fields. Some Gas (not just gasoline, but Ike propane) places you can fill your CO2.
No it can only use HPA because the CO2 will mess up the soleinoid and possibly damge your gun
No, It is strictly prohibited in the manual. It will cause the gun to jam up.
Dicks, any paintball shop, and Gander Mt.