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If your bottle and reg are leak free there is no reason why it won't hold the preasure. I've had bottles last 6 months leak free with no problems. 2 tips though... 1 don't leave it on a marker, markers are best left with no preasure in them and any springs not under stress. 2 check your bottles date! If it's going away for a while make sure it doesn't run out of time before it needs re-testing.

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This is not a straight forward answer as there are many many factors involved. One paintball does not equate to a certain psi out of a tank. Every marker will use a little bit more or less air per shot, the size of the tank will play a roll as a larger tank will use less pressure per shot and a smaller one more, things like the weather and your paintballs seal against the barrel walls will also sway it one way or another.

On one hand I could be using 9g cartrages and getting roughly 10 shots off of each which would mean 100psi per shot

or I could be using a very large tank and a very efficient marker and be getting 2500 shots which would make it 1.8psi per shot

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never heard of it and can't find it anywhere on the net, not sure what you are talking about

Pounds per Square Inch or Psi is a unit of pressure or stress. 1 bar is equal to 14.50377 Psi.

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This depends on several factors. A smaller tank will have less air available at the same pressure than a larger tank. Also, the cubic feet per minute rating of the compressor is a factor, with a larger compressor rating allowing for more usage.