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Gun Repair

Posted by Jimmy Nguyen on

Paintball Gateway now provides On-Site Technical Gun Repair, Support and Service.Standard Diagnose: Starting @ $20.00Parts/Upgrades: Cost of itemReturn Shipping Cost: $15.00 - $20.00 Depending on Zip Code via UPS GroundIf you wish to send/mail your marker(s) in for servicing, please include the following information with the marker(s):Full Name:Return Address:Phone Number (include Area Code):Email Address:Type of Marker:Type of Service or Issues:Parts/Upgrades Needed:** We recommend insuring and using a reputable carrier (UPS, FedEx) to track your package **Send Marker to:Paintball Gateway - Tech Dept16921 S. Western Ave. Ste 112Gardena, CA. 90247Once your marker(s) is received, we will contact you to verify and confirm the type...

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Air Fills

Posted by Anna Chon on

Co2 and Compressed Air filling serviceA full tank of Co2 and Compressed Air means you’re ready to face your competition at a moment's notice. Complete filling service includes tank and o-ring seal inspection, and filling of Co2 and Compressed Air tanks at a nominal cost.Fill Rates: - $5.00 Co2 Tanks (up to 24oz).- $5.00 SodaStream Co2 Tanks- $5.00 Compressed Air Tanks (up to 4500psi)- $30.00 Kegerators (up to 5 lbs).Visit one of our store locations below and see our Co2 and Compressed Air filling professional for a quick fill and for a list of local paintball fields.Paintballgateway.com - Los Angeles...

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Hydro Testing

Posted by Jimmy Nguyen on

Hydro TestingWe now provide hydro testing for Compressed Air and Co2 cylinders.If you have been around paintball long enough, sooner or later, you will hear the term the “Hydro test.” A hydrostatic test is a way in which tanks can be tested for strength and leaks. The test involves filling the tank system with a liquid, usually water, which may be dyed to aid in visual leak detection, and pressurization of the tank to the specified test pressure. Pressure testing can be tested by shutting off the supply valve and observing whether there is a pressure loss. The location of...

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