Reducing the velocity of the Invert Mini will result in paintballs traveling at lower speeds.
The Invert Mini, like many other types of paintball guns, has a fully adjustable speed. The speed, or velocity, of the paintball gun refers to the speed that a paintball is fired. Typically, paintball guns shoot at about 280 to 300 feet per second. It is important to be able to adjust the velocity of the Invert Mini when necessary because the feet per second of a paintball gun can fluctuate with temperature and the fill level of the air tank. Adjusting the velocity of the Invert Mini is a simple task and will take less than five minutes.
1. Turn the Invert Mini on by pressing the power switch for one second. The power switch is located on the back of of the fore-grip, which extends downward from the middle of the Invert Mini.
2. Attach a compressed air tank to the air source adapter of the Invert Mini paintball gun by screwing it in. The air source adapter is located beneath the trigger frame.
3. Turn the velocity screw, which is located at the rear of the paintball gun’s body, clockwise to decrease the speed of the Invert Mini. The velocity screw is designed to be adjusted with a 1/4-inch Allen wrench. Be sure to adjust the speed in small 1/4-turn increments.