How to Fix Paintball Guns

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Fixing paintball guns involves removing the barrel from the marker, removing the air source and emptying the marker of any loose paint balls before diagnosing the problem. Use a Phillips head screwdriver, an Allan wrench and replacement O-rings to make common repairs on a paintball gun with information from a factory-certified paintball repair tech in this free video on recreational sports.

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Now, I would to take a moment to help you to repair or maintain your marker. First of all, before beginning any repair or maintenance, always remove the barrel from your marker. Then, remove the air source. Once you've done these, you visually inspect to make sure there are no more paintballs left inside of the marker. Once you've done this, you can begin any maintenance or repair tasks. Next, some of the more common tools involved in paintball repair or maintenance are the Phillips head screwdriver, the flat head screwdriver and an Allan wrench set. Some of the more common repairs or maintained parts in a paintball marker are the o-rings. They tend to wear out and that's what they're designed to do. When you buy a paintball marker, generally, they come with a small kit. It contains several of the o-rings we need to replace and maybe some of the other miscellaneous parts that may go wrong with the marker. They've designed this kit for use that you can take home and and perform small scheduled repairs and maintenance yourself. Next, when you're maintaining your marker, always purchase a paintball oil or a paintball grease. Your manual should be able to tell you which one your marker needs. Some need oil. Some need grease. Never use industrial spray lubricants or any other kind of industrial grease on your marker. They are not designed for paintball use. That is how you would begin any repair or maintenance yourself on the marker.

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