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The sear is not catching the bolt and resetting it properly. Or, there is not enough air pressure to push the bolt back to its original position. I would take it to a gunsmith. Parts fly out of a Tippmann if you open it up.
CO2 tanks are composed of liquid carbon dioxide and are used for many
scenario and recreation players. When the trigger is pulled, the liquid CO2 is converted
to a gas, and this expansion of gas propels the paintball forward at 800-850
psi. CO2 tanks do not work as well in colder weather or for fully automatic
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.
Check the O rings on the big metal striker, make sure that you have the spring on the back (where the stock would have went) in the right hole on the back plate. Make sure that your velocity is set to a reasonable level.
Well, covering the holes shouldn't cause the paintballs to burst like that. I'd make sure there isn't some aberration in the barrel but that may be hard to tell. Clean it thoroughly and hold it up to a light and see if you can see anything in the reflections inside. You can try to get someone to hone the barrel just a bit to see if that helps get rid of any small aberration(s).
You can try another brand of paint. The one you're using may be a bit brittle, or just around a while and brittle.
Also, check your chrono speed. Make sure it's not cranked up so high it's busting the balls.
You might try another barrel, but would be nice to see if you can fix this one eh. I'd try some other paint first after cleaning the barrel thoroughly.