go on youtube.com and type in paintball you should see it there it says "How it's made: Paintballs"
they are balloons...
Although there are small variations in the make and model depending on the manufacturer, all paintballs are biodegradable. Paintballs, containing both their shell and fill, will swell and break down if left where they fall in nature, gradually melting away into water and gelatin and harmlessly reentering the environment. Morre details can me found here >> paintballhive dot com/updated-are-paintballs-biodegradable-2021-what-you-should-know/
they weigh approx 483 Grams
Aporox. 0.73 grams
Around 1590 grams or 3.5 pounds.
ASTM International Standard F 1979 - 04, Standard Specification for Paintballs Used in the Sport of Paintball,specifies in requirement 3.3 that paintballs shall not weigh more than 3.5 grams. There is not a minimum weight requirement.
no, paintballs for markers are .68 cal.
Paintballs are about 17mm, MUCH too large for an airsoft gun (and too heavy)
$ 30 to 40 for a 2000 round case of cheap paint
no, no manufacturer fills paintballs with black paint.
A Fistful of Paintballs was created on 2011-05-05.
Paintballs consist of a few ingredients. Synthetic plasic, laytex, fish oil, water, and food coloring. This is why it is possible to eat paintballs.
All paintballs can go bad, however no paintballs are allowed to have red, pink or black fill.
Neither will have that much of a difference on the splatter.