Paintball Gun Maintenance : Paintball Gun Maintenance: Tools Needed

Paintball Gun Maintenance : Paintball Gun Maintenance: Tools Needed


Hi, this is Robert Stewart, with hill13.com.
So now we’ve got a weapon that’s completely safe to do maintenance on. There’s no air,
there’s no paint, the bolt is forward; safety is now on so the weapon can’t fire, but how
do we work on it. What do we what do we use. So, we’re going to talk a couple of seconds
about some basics that you need to have. Now, if you buy your weapon, you’re probably going
to get it with a manual. You’re going to get it with an Allen Wrench, or maybe a little
bit of machine oil. I would still recommend going and buying yourself a set of Allen Wrenches;
multi-sized Allen Wrenches, because this just this works every time. The other thing I would
recommend is a multi-tool, and you can pick any brand; there are a whole bunch. But these
also come in real handy. Now, here you see one of our field kits, and you should have
one of each of these. If you have, here’s another good point, if you have a spare part
that you’re constantly losing, keep one. Keep caps; again, caps for your tank head, so that
you can cover those, and protect them. You need the Allen Wrenches of the sizes for your
weapon, you need some oil, and it’s always good to probably keep a couple of burst disk
valves on hand, and if you have it, keep your manuals. Your manuals can help you; also,
you should have a selection of o-rings for the size o-rings for your paintball gun. Once
you’ve got all that, you’re ready to start working on your paintball gun.

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