Yes! The purpose of an Air tank is so that you can refill it. Almost any Paintball Field or store can fill your tank.
HPA tank stands for High Pressure Air and is a 3500 to 5000 psi canister for paintball made of steel or carbon fiber. It is an alternative to CO2 tanks, and is also called: Nitrogen tank, nitro or air tank.
NO! Hpa is compressed air, which is mostly N2. Filling a tank with pure oxygen has a large chance of combustion, which under such great pressures will cause death or serious injury.
No you do not.
No, automotive tire fillers will not have enough pressure to refill a HPA tank.
a HPA tank, every marker currently produced (and every marker that has been produced for a LONG time) that will work on CO2 will also be fine on HPA. the output pressure of a standard high pressure HPA tank is around 750-800 psi, and the output on your co2 tank is right around 800 so it is a direct swap, id recomend getting a 68/4500 HPA tank, it will give you about the same amount of shots as a 20oz CO2
Yes, it can use any tank with a valve.
Firstly NOS is Nitrous-Oxide, which is never used for paintball. "nitrogen" is another term for High Pressure Air tanks, because air is primarily Nitrogen. you must buy a HPA tank to use HPA. Not only can you not physically fill the wrong tank with the wrong gas, but It would destroy your burst disk if you tried.
Yes, any pressure or HPA tank on an FEP quest will work. It can not run on Co2.
HPA means high pressure air, so it basically means everything you breath in compressed into a tank
Yes it can. most any gun that runs on will run on HPA, but not the other way around.
Yes it can, with a high pressure tank.
any Co2 tank and high pressure HPA tanks.