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- Any person using or within range of the paintball marker while in use must wear Eyes/Face/Ear protection designed specifically for the sport and that meets ASTM/CE standards.
- Brandishing is illegal; Paintball markers should never be taken out in public, and only used in approved paintball facilities. A crime committed with a paintball marker is to be considered as having been committed with a real weapon.
- Never shoot or point at animals or personnel that is not outfitted with the proper paintball Eyes/Face/Ear protection.
- D3FY Sports is not responsible for any actions or injury committed by or occurring to any individual under any circumstance. Please carefully read all product safety guidelines and always adhere to local laws and field regulations.
C02 & HPA Air Tank Safety
- Only use Co2 or HPA Air Tanks that are made for the sport of paintball.
- The Co2/HPA Air Tank can fly off with enough force to cause property damage, serious injury or death if the Valve unscrews from the cylinder head. LOOK at the Valve when removing the tank from the marker. Be sure that the valve is turning with the tank rather than remaining stationary with the marker’s ASA.
- STOP IMMEDIATELY if the valve starts to unscrew from the tank. Screw the tank back onto the marker’s bottom ASA adapter and contact a qualified airsmith for further assistance.
- Tank valves must only be installed or removed by qualified personnel.
- All tanks must meet ASTM/CE/DOT/TC Specifications.
- See Co2 or HPA tank labels for retest dates. Tanks must be retested periodically. Follow the warning labels listed on tanks.
- Improper use, filling, storage, or disposal of all air tanks may result in property damage, personal injury, and/or death.
- Always keep Air tanks out of reach from children or any inexperienced person(s).
- Air tanks must only be filled by qualified and trained personnel.
- Never alter the Air tank in any way.
- DO NOT expose pressurized cylinders to temperatures in excess of 54˚C (130˚F).
- Any tank packaged with the product is intended for paintball use only.
- Tanks heated to a temperature of 121°C (250°F) or more must be requalified or condemned.
- Do not expose tanks to corrosive materials and do not clean with caustic cleaners.
- Co2/Compressed gas is dangerous, do not allow Co2/Compressed gas to come in direct contact with your skin or try to stop a leak by covering it with your hand.
- NEVER over pressurize a Co2 or HPA Air cylinder.
- A urethane O-ring is highly recommended before attaching any air supply to the marker.
- Confirm that there is a urethane O-ring attached on the Co2/HPA Air Tank Valve before attaching the tank to the marker. If the O-ring is missing from the valve, the paintball marker will leak from the ASA as soon as an air tank is secured to the marker.
- Always follow the warning listed on Co2/HPA tank.