Single shot no problem,but pulling trigger fast starts shooting till all air is finished
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Paintball guns use tanks filled with compressed air to create pressure, cycling a paintball into the barrel and building pressure behind it. With each pull of the trigger, the pressure releases to propel the ball through the barrel, then quickly pull another in from the loader to repeat the process.
You can fix this by cleaning out the chamber and making sure that all the internals are properly lubricated. Paintball guns may also fail to recock when there is inadequate pressure on the hammer. You can increase the tension on the hammer.
It could be that the Regulator Housing O-ring is not sealing correctly with the Body. Make sure that the pressure from your tank does not spike. It might be the Regulator over pressurizing from a bad seal.
Automatic paintball guns do not require the player to press the trigger continuously to release paintball rounds. Players can hold down the trigger to release continuous rounds. These types of guns are perfect for players looking to increase their rate of fire in the field and take part in tournaments.
Outlook for paintball bruises and welts
Typically, welts heal faster than a bruise. Whereas a welt can gradually disappear in a couple of days, it might take up to two weeks for a bruise to heal completely. The bruise will become lighter and lighter until it`s no longer noticeable.
Co2 was used for the first paintball markers thus setting the standard for various years on what source to use. When carbon dioxide changes into gas from its liquid state it expands which creates pressure, this pressure is used to fire the paintball via the barrel.
Paintball tanks are available using two primary compressed gas sources: high-pressure air (HPA) and carbon dioxide (Co2). Which gas you need will depend on several factors – the most important of which are where you will play and what type of gun (called a marker) you will use.
Make sure there are no broken paintballs in the gun hopper that feeds them into the barrel. If there are any broken balls, they will clog up in the barrel causing your gun to jam when you pull the trigger. You can use a soft cloth to clean the inside of your hopper.
Some players take their time to aim and shoot so they can conserve paintballs by hitting their target on the first shot. Other players prefer to take rapid shots. Unfortunately, some markers have more of a recoil. This affects where you have your marker aimed after the first shot is fired.
In cold weather the pressure can get so low that many paintball markers won`t cycle properly. Liquid CO2 is hard on the seals of your marker and can cause damage if it works it way into the solenoids of many electropneumatic markers. Thus many markers cannot use CO2.
Oil Frequently But Not Excessively
Before gameplay, make sure to oil the front and rear bolt O-ring. Use oil specifically made for paintball guns only, because other types can damage the O-rings. Remember that less is more when it comes to oil.
The muzzle velocity of paintball markers is approximately 90 m/s (300 ft/s); most paintball fields restrict speed to 280–300 ft/s, and small indoor fields may further restrict it down to 250 ft/s.
The answer is individual to the player, but in most cases 500 rounds should last 2.5 to 4 hours.
» How long does 100 paintballs last? Anywhere from 10 minutes to 3 hours…. Some players are trigger happy and blast through their paintballs and other players are conservative and make every shot count. On average approx 95% of players buy extra paintballs.
For an average casual paintball player with a balanced gaming style, 100 paintballs can last for u 45 minutes up to an hour. The more competitive players can easily blast through 100 paintballs in around 15 minutes.
Most people state that paintball doesn`t hurt too much; it usually feels like a firm flick. But this will depend on how fast the ball is going, the distance it travels and where on the body it hits you. Paintball injuries won`t be too extensive, but you should expect a few minor bruises and bumps after paintballing.
The objective of paintball is to fire paintballs at the opposition, hitting them without being hit yourself, and eliminating them from the game. The team that dominates wins.
A consistent paintball marker
If you are using good round paint, you should see a +/- 3 fps (range of 6fps) range between shots. Any more than 10fps between shots, and you will see fluctuations in your shot to shot accuracy when using perfect paint.