Capacity – The hopper only holds around 180 balls at a time, but my pods only hold 140, so this isn’t really an issue either.
Can you use any Hopper with a paintball gun?
Yeah you can. The reason you don’t normally is because the rate that you fire is lower than the rate that the hopper would feed the balls into the marker. Most electric loaders would work fine with a non-electric or rental gun. …
Do all hoppers fit on all paintball guns?
Although there is no single manufacturing rule governing hopper specifications, almost all paintball hoppers manufactured after 2007 are universal in size. … The speed range for paintball hoppers varies from as low as 4bps to 40bps.
Can you put an electric hopper on a mechanical paintball gun?
Yeah you can. The reason you don’t normally is because the rate that you fire is lower than the rate that the hopper would feed the balls into the marker.
How does an electric paintball hopper work?
A gravity-fed paintball hopper is precisely what it sounds like: a basic paintball hopper attached to the feed neck of a paintball gun that feeds paintballs into it by allowing them to drop into the gun’s breech simply by gravity. They work just fine but only feed so fast: ten to twelve paintballs per second at most.
How many paintballs do I need?
How many paintballs will I need? For an adult squad, we would say that the minimum amount of paintballs you would need for a day of action would be around 100 paintballs a game. This will allow you to get stuck in! For juniors/teenagers, 50 Paintballs per game would be the minimum needed.