A red dot sight isn't very good with a paintball gun, unless it is used completely still with a bipod, using premium paint and a high end barrel. far range you can see who your shooting at. 12-14" the optimum size for a barrel. Though straight rifled barrels are more accurate than say, a Tippmann barrel, the most accurate barrels are two piece barrels, with changeable bore (diameter) inserts. Then you can overbore (have barrel slightly larger, and by slightly i mean .01 of an inch) or underbore (have it slightly smaller than the ball) or try to get it perfect, but paintball generally are not perfect spheres and vary by hundredths to tenths of an inch depending on paint quality.
It can zoom up to 32 times normal range and can be adjusted horizontally and vertically.
no, in fact there is no such scope where you can attach another on it, plus it would look stupid
buy a scope and scope mount, get an outer barrel sillencer extention, upgrade to a 6.03 milimeter tightbore barrel, and install a bipod.
A high end Sniper Scope can be picked up for 600$ however one could get a relatively good sniper scope for about 150 - 200 $. This price range would be ideal for hunting etc.
The browning is typically your common sniper rifle with a scope added , but you could use a M240 , and put a scope on it , LIKE A BOSS
Yes of course
The sniper scope will attach to any level gun, but you have to be level 40 to actually gain the benefit of it.
Scope as in sniping? Well if its that yes.They have 4 sniper rifles.
You can scope with the Dragon Sniper in Uncharted 2 by pressing and holding the L1 trigger on the PlayStation 3 controller.
The gun is not really designed to hold a scope. The barrel has no way of holding a scope rail. You would have to drill holes in the barrel to mount one. a pistol scope would also be required and it would out cost the price of the gun many times over. a regular rifle scope would not work. So I suggest that this not be attempted. But it's your pistol.
You already know this one! It's called a scope. There is thermal scope, ACOG scope. It is also called an optic.