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What is the difference between CO2 and Compressed Air (HPA) for paintball?
The biggest question we at ANSgear.com get besides what paintball gun should someone buy is “What is the difference between CO2 and Compressed Air tanks for paintball?”, or “What is better, C
How do I convert my paintball marker to run on compressed air?
Every once in a while we get asked " I want to convert my paintball gun to run on compressed air (HPA). What upgrades/changes do I need in order to make this work?". The truth is that you don't need a
CO2 or HPA Tank Thread Saver
One of the most common problems that cause any type of paintball tank/regulator to be rendered useless is damage to the tanks bonnet. The bonnet or threading of the paintball tank is what portion of y
4500 Paintball Tanks
A 4500 PSI tank is referring the pressure that a compressed paintball air tank can hold. When someone uses the term PSI, they are referring to Pounds per Square Inch. The higher the pressure, the more
Tips For Playing Paintball In Winter
Playing paintball doesn’t have to stop for the season when the weather drops and snow starts sticking to the ground if you’re properly prepared. Paintballs, markers and equipment all react dif
HPA Tank regulator rules when flying
Just in case you were wondering about traveling with your paintball tank, here is some information direct from the TSA's website about compressed gas cylinders . Compressed gas cylinders Special Instr
KP3 Tank Compatibility
The Azodin KP3 Pump Marker is compatible with all size and shape compressed air systems. It does not matter the size (13ci - 110ci) bottle you have, as long as you can screw it into the gun ASA and yo
What do the HPA tank descriptions refer to?
When you look at the description of an HPA tank, you will be hit with a couple of different numbers. It could read something like this: Ninja SL Carbon Fiber Air Tank w/ Adjustable Regulator - 68/4500
CO2 tank valves
While it is true that most current regulators that you find on todays HPA/compressed air tanks are rebuildable, CO2 tank valves unfortunately are not. CO2 tank valves are not regulators and therefore