What is PSP mode on paintball gun?
PSP Ramping – Ramping kicks in after 3 shots; player must maintain 5 bps to remain firing fully automatic. Rate of fire cannot exceed 15 bps. NXL Ramping – Ramping kicks in after 3 shots; player need only hold down the trigger to maintain fully automatic fire.
What is Nxl mode?
NXL = Full auto pretty much full auto. Millennium = psp3 except you must maintain a certain bps to keep shooting at capped bps. example: shot shot shot maintain 5bps to shoot at 10bps. Once you stop maintaining 5bps, you need to trigger the 3 semi shots before you can ramp.
Is ramping legal?
A Yes. This type of move may be frustrating for drivers like you. But as long as there are no signs prohibiting this maneuver and it is done safely, it is legal.
What is ramp fire mode?
Ramping is a mode on a paintball gun that allows the gun to shoot a controlled bps(balls per second) once you reach and certain number of trigger pulls in a certain time period and will maintain that as long as you maintain the minimum required trigger pulls.
What is the legal bps for paintball?
All markers must have a trigger guard installed. THE MAXIMUM RATE OF FIRE IS 8 B.P.S. for rental/recreational play. 10.2 or 12.5 bps.
What does semi automatic mean for a paintball gun?
One of the most popular options across the board and with a plethora of options to choose from, the semi automatic is a beautiful mix of fully automatic and pump. Each time a paintball is shot, a new one will automatically be placed at the ready for the player; all they have to do is shoot.
What is a major penalty in paintball?
What is a major penalty in paintball? A major is what we call a 2-for-1 where the player who commits the penalty is pulled as well as 2 other players where a minor is usually a 1-for-1 where the player who committed the penalty is pulled as well as 1 other player.