what is the difference between .50 caliber and .68 caliber paintballs?
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That other guy is correct. Simply put, .50 is smaller. It is relatively new to the paintball market. It supposed to be cheaper for those getting into paintball. (Uses less air, paintballs are cheaper) Im not sure how it will play out. But I hope it is able to get more people into paintball, and keep them in longer. We will see!
The .68 caliber are larger. =P
- space.commandoLv 49 years ago
Pretty much, .50 is smaller than .68
Definitely not cheaper, if you buy a case plus shipping it's like 38 dollars, you can easily get a case of .68 for that price.