Readers ask: How To Fix A Trigger On A Paintball Gun?

Why does my paintball gun shoot 2 balls at once?

Usually, a paintball gun firing two balls with one trigger pull means the issue is with your ball detent. And two quick-pops with a single trigger pull means the problem is with your sear or rear bolt.

Why is my paintball gun chopping balls?

Ball chop happens because a paintball is not completely within the breech when the bolt comes forward. The bolt pinches or slices through the half-chambered paintball. Again, if your loader is not feeding fast enough then it isn’t keeping a stack of paintballs over the breech to prevent them from ‘popcorning’ back up.

How do you walk faster in a paintball?

if you’re not able to get it down, try changing how the trigger is set up. Triggers are adjustable for a reason. Practice all the time, even when you’re not holding your marker. Just walk your fingers against something to build the muscles and develop the muscle memory to let fast walking happen naturally.

How fast does a Tippmann 98 Custom shoot?

This gun fires up to 8 shots a second, a speed that will satisfy the majority of paintballers. It also uses very little air compared to other markers, so it will last much longer before an air refill is necessary.

How can you tell if paintballs are bad?

Look for soft spots, dimples and pear or oblong shape. Feel new paintballs to determine if they’re bad. They need to be tough enough to shoot from the marker, but brittle enough to break when they hit an opponent.