Lubing your paintball gun is absolutely necessary for any marker owner. How often do you use your paintball gun? There is no doubt, lubing your paintball gun periodically is the most important maintenance you can perform on your marker. If you play with your marker (i.e. shoot it with paintballs or Reballs) 3 or more […]
I bet half of you forgot that co2 or HPA tanks even had an expiration date. Well, let’s get educated. Also, this is for those who aren’t sure how to find your paintball tank’s expiration date and if expired, how to get it hydro tested. Most fiber wrap tanks (N2, nitrogen, HPA, compressed air) have […]
I know most a good chunk of the traffic here at PaintballGuns.net comes from those who are under 18. In no way am I trying to be Mr. Safety or Mr. Perfect here today. There are as many things in paintball that make sense as do not make sense. These are some of the things […]
All it takes is the smallest opening for a leak to occur anywhere on your paintball gun. A simple application of Teflon tape will save your head on the field. Application is simple: First, unscrew whatever it is that screws into your gun that has a leakage problem. Here, I’m using my braided steel line.
I read an article recently about a 15 year old paintballer that had his Dynasty Shocker stolen from him at an NPPL tournament in 2006. As it turned out, the marker never left Florida, and was recovered this past weekend at Central Florida Paintball in Lakeland, Florida. Braccili was practicing with Team Sentinels, and he […]
Sorry for not posting for the last few days. Today I got my wisdom teeth out (all four of them), so it gave me a chance to catch up on my writing. I decided to write a huge, comprehensive article on what Paintball actually is. The purpose of the post is so that you can […]
I recently had a question asking if it was OK to remove your Co2 tank if there was still Co2 in the tank. The answer is yes; but the question reminded me how often players at the field brake their tank’s o-rings over and over again due to improperly unscrewing them from the gun. Ever […]