Monthly Archives: July 2011

Where To Refill CO2 Tanks

A common dilemna with paintball is where to get your CO2 tanks refilled.  You will have a regular need to refill tanks if you play paintball.  Unfortunately, most players do not own a commercial sized air compressor or CO2 tank … Continue reading

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Be Nice To Your O-Rings!

Save money by saving your CO2 tank o-rings!  O-rings on your CO2 tank create the seal between you’re your tank and paintball gun; without them, air will leak from your tank.  O-rings tend to get damaged very quickly if you … Continue reading

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Woodsball Vs. Speedball Fields

Speedball fields can be setup in many different ways, but most fields are a variation on a common theme with the designer’s own preference and personal design idea. The fields are typically rectangular, about 50-60 yards or 150-180 feet long, … Continue reading

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Advantages Of Being On A Paintball Team

As an individual, going to tournaments and playing paintball against other players with various skills and playing styles will help build your skills.  However playing on a team has so many more benefits.  Playing on a team will help push … Continue reading

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Air Tank Covers

Your paintball gun’s air tank can get banged around, scratched and pretty beat up if you play hard enough.  Dings and scratches on your tank can reduce its life and even make it dangerous to play with if the bruises … Continue reading

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Paintball Gun Electronic Triggers

If you’re new to paintball, you’ll be shocked and surprised at how fast even the cheapest paintball markers shoot.  For most players, semi-automatic paintball guns shoot plenty fast enough; yet ultimately you will crave something faster… fully automatic action still … Continue reading

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Liquid CO2 In Your Marker

Paintball CO2 is what most commonly powers your paintball gun.  CO2, however can exist as a liquid and a gas.  Sometimes, it exists as a combination of both while in your tank.  When the CO2 is liquid, it can drip … Continue reading

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Use Water Based Paintballs

Paintball fields often want you to buy your paintballs from them to play at their facility.  This is so they can make money on them (they are a business and have to make money) but also so they can control … Continue reading

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