The HP system is next to the CO2 bottle the powerhouse for the marker like the black powder for the cartridge. 200-300 bar air pressure is required to achieve 214 FPS (feed per seconds) marker speed. It is the same as with all other articles, there is something for every budget. Choose your suitable HP system in our paintball-land online shop. Check out or range of 0.8 litre aluminum systems up to a 1.1 litre HP composite (kevlar) systems.It is convenient to protect the sensitive high pressure (HP) tank. For that you have to use a bottle cover. These bottle covers are available in all sizes and colors of different manufacturers like Dye, Proto, Empire and New Legion, to name just a few.
In 80's began history of paintball sports with the CO2 tank in 80's. These types of propellant have claimed to date on the market. CO2 is still the most common variant for mechanical paintball markers as well as for beginner markers.CO2 tanks, whether in size 9 OZ, 12 OZ or 20 OZ can usually be filled by any proper gas dealer for little money. Depending on bottle size and type of paintball marker you can shoot from 300 up to 600 paintballs. To avoid long ways to the gas dealer you can refill the paintball cylinders (CO2 tanks) yourself. It is sufficient to borrow a conventional CO2 storage bottle (catering supplies, technical gas trading) in this case. Just use the CO2 filling station to refill the propellant. You'll find this CO2 filling station in our online shop. Further required items for the CO2 filling station like spare you'll find in our shop.