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How do i take apart my jt outkast paintball gun

I need to take it a part to clean

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No, you didn't do anything wrong...

Paintballs come in a variety of sizes. That difference is very hard to see with the naked eye, but your barrel knows what fits and what doesn't. Players have a choice in barrels and ID-internal dimensions, so the balls are various sizes as well. You will have to sample a few brands and see what works best for you.

Good luck!

Play hard, play safe, play with honor!

8^)

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