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If anyone here needs any help on things paintball related don't be afraid to ask.

I have been playing paintball for over 10 years and have been rostered on pro tournament teams. I also love playing scenario games as well and have a fair collection of mil-sim paintball guns. I have manged paintball stores and am a level 2 tech on most guns. So if ya need some answers on guns or how to's I can more than likely help or point you in the right direction..
 

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Check the ball to barrel ratio. Do this test. Take 2 or 3 balls and try to get them through the barrel just by blowing through the barrel with your mouth. You will find that all the paintballs are not the same. It all comes down to where it was made , how old the paint is, and how its been stored. usually you will find stock barrels sitting around a .687-.688 diameter. Paint will be anywhere from .687 all the way to .695 . If you look aorund paintball web sites they sell barrel kits that contain various sizes of inner diameter sleeves. This is to eliminate the problem you are describing.

when you do this test if the paint is hard to blow through, you know the paint you are using is too big for the barrel. You want the paint to have a slight resistance when you blow. But if it rolls straight through that is fine too.

The only other problem it could or might be owuld be double feeding. and when ya shoot your breaking ball to ball in the barrel

I know my grammer sucks and all that but give that a try
 
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