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This a genesis lethal threat paintball gun I just got it and I am new to paintball what size paintball do I get for my gun please get back to me as soon as possible thank you

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First off do you have a hopper and an air tank or co2 tank with air or co2 in it. If no get those things and fill your tank at a local paintball field. If yes your gun takes a .68 caliber paintball. That's really any paintball that you can buy at Walmart or sports authority.

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