Quality will not matter much in this instance.

Paintballs are manufactured by many different companies. You will need to store your paintballs in a dry area where the temperature does not vary too much.68. Paint may also break if you are shooting the gun faster than what your hopper can manage.

If the problem is not the gun, it is the paintballs. Higher quality paintballs last longer than low quality when kept in storage.67 caliber paintball works best in your gun, even if your barrel bore is . This is how they make their money.

Most paintball fields require you to purchase and use their paint. It is a good fit if you can easily blow it out of the barrel. Try using a smaller size.67 to . Just because your gun requires a . This discourages cheating. If you are using the paintballs for practice, you naturally will want to go with the cheapest paintballs. Old paint breaks more often than new paint. An easy test to see if a paintball will work in your gun is to put the ball in one end of the barrel. Unless your paint is especially made for cold temperatures, avoid using it or storing it in such conditions.

When storing your paintballs, keep this in mind.

When choosing the color of your paintballs, it is necessary to consider the playing environment. You may have your velocity set to high. You want paintballs that will not break easily inside your gun or in transit. Often, too much air pressure, or uneven air pressure, can cause the paintballs to break. If you cannot easily blow it out, it is too big. You may also bust balls in the barrel if you do not keep it clean. Take the loss. Paintballs sizes are measured in calibers. You will need to experiment with different sizes, close to the caliber your gun calls for. However, the taste is not very pleasant.71 calibers.68 caliber paintball, does not necessarily mean that this is the best caliber for your gun. High humidity can also cause problems, by weakening and warping the paintballs. If you are playing at night, this may be what you want. Of course, paintballs also come in a variety of colors.

You must also purchase the right size paintballs for your gun. However, it is important that you check the documentation that comes with your gun to make sure you know the correct caliber of your guns barrel, therefore enabling you to purchase the correct caliber paintballs.68. The most common caliber of the barrel on a paint gun is . Some paintballs glow in the dark.

. As with most things, paintballs can be either low quality, or high quality. If this is happening on a regular basis, there may be a problem. Tournament grade balls tend to be resistant to wiping, meaning that the paint is harder to wipe off. Paintballs can also be bought in many different quantities, with just as many variations of prices.

It is a good idea to purchase low quantities of different quality/brand/priced paintballs and try them out to see which one works best for you and your paintball gun. If it rolls out on its own, it is too small. It may be that a . You should throw out paintballs that you have had for three or more months.

The best way to determine which brand/quantity/quality of paintballs you should buy is to know how you will be using those paintballs. All About Paintballs by Tim Bach


All About Paintballs

Paintballs are gelatin capsules filled with a water-soluble marking dye. The dye inside is non-toxic, meaning that if you swallow it, it will not hurt you. Paintballs are not perfectly round.

Both paintballs and paint ball gun barrels range in sizes from . They are designed for better performance during the winter months. Dirty paintballs can also cause them to break. Store paintballs in a sealed container or bag to keep dust and dirt out. Therefore, in most cases, brand and quality of the paint will not be deciding factors.

Occasionally, paintballs will break inside the barrel of your gun. Extreme temperatures also have an effect on your paint.

A few brands of paintballs that are made for cold barrel screw weather playing. If your paintball hits the ground, do not use it in your gun. It could be the gun. At the same time, you do want paintballs that will break easily when they hit an opponent.

If you will be using the paintballs for rec-ball, again, quality is not quite as important, and you may want to go with the cheapest price.

Cheaper paint breaks more often than quality paint. This is called over shooting the feed. Many tournaments will require you to use the paint that they are selling. The ideal setting for your guns velocity is about 280. Having too much oil or not enough oil in the barrel can also cause the paintballs to break. The most common problem will be the size of the paintballs you are using. However, if you will be using the paintballs for tournament play, quality matters a great deal. If you are playing in the woods, bright colors may be preferred, as it is easier to see the paint