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Electronic Paintball Gun

Electronic paintball guns, also known as electro-pneumatic paintball markers, are a type of paintball gun that use a battery-powered circuit board to control the firing mechanism. This allows for faster firing rates and greater accuracy than mechanical markers, as well as the ability to switch between different firing modes.
Electronic paintball guns typically use a solenoid to control the flow of air or CO2, which propels the paintball out of the gun. The circuit board controls the solenoid, allowing for precise control over the timing and duration of each shot. This allows for a higher rate of fire than mechanical markers, as well as improved consistency and accuracy.