Operation and adjustment instructions
Q U I C K START
Unpack the EnvyTM and its barrel. Screw the barrel into the front of the marker, hand tight. Take care not to strip the barrel threads or overtighten.
Have your compressed air
(HPA) or CO2 tank filled by
a person who is properly
trained to do so. If using an
HPA system with an on/off
valve, make sure it is in the
OFF position. If using a CO2
tank or screw-in style preset
HPA system, fill it while it is
removed from the marker.
Put the supplied barrel
blocker over the end of the
barrel, securing its cord as far
back on the EnvyTM body as
possible, and cinching it tight.
Fit a paintball loader into the feedbeck
of the EnvyTM. Use a 7/64-inch allen
wrench to lock the loader in place.
Powered force-feed loaders are
recommended, as the EnvyTM has
little recoil, and can easily outpace an
unpowered or agitating loader.
TURN ON GAS
Gently gas up the EnvyTM by
slowly turning on the air system
or screwing the CO2 or screwin style HPA system into the
A gentle rise in pressure
is important, as a sudden
blast may reduce the service
life of the Envy®’s internal
TURN ON THE ENVYTM
Turn on the EnvyTM by
pressing the power
Although the power button
serves as the EnvyTM’s safety
switch to prevent accidental
firing, it should never be relied
upon in place of a barrel blocker
and proper eye protection.
Fill the loader with paintballs. If it is a powered loader, turn it on. While wearing ASTM compliant paintball goggles, in an area where all bystanders are protected, remove the barrel blocker and fire over a chronograph to measure the velocity. Using a 5/32-inch allen wrench on the adjuster in the bottom of the vertical regulator, turn clockwise to increase the velocity/pressure, and counter-clockwise to decrease. Take three or four shots after every adjustment to allow the gas pressure inside the EnvyTM to stabilize. Adjust until the marker is firing consistently within the limits for the field where you are playing (for safety reasons, never adjust the EnvyTM to fire at greater than 300 feet per second). Depending on what modes of fire are allowed at the field where you are playing (semi-automatic, rebound, etc.) you may need to adjust the EnvyTM’s firing mode. See the Electronic Adjustment section for more information.
T A B L E OF CONTENTS
THE ENVYTM IS NOT A TOY.
MISUSE OF THE ENVYTM MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS
INJURY OR DEATH.
Table of Contents and Safety Warnings
Barrel Blocker / Hopper
Firing Modes / Dwell
Unloading / De-Gassing
KEEP YOUR FINGER OFF THE TRIGGER UNTIL
READY TO SHOOT. NEVER POINT THE ENVYTM AT
ANYTHING YOU DON’T INTEND TO SHOOT.
KEEP THE ENVYTM ON SAFE (POWER OFF) UNTIL
READY TO SHOOT (SEE QUICK START).
KEEP THE BARREL BLOCKING DEVICE ON THE
ENVYTM’S MUZZLE WHEN NOT SHOOTING (SEE
BARREL BLOCKER SECTION).
Troubleshooting / Warranty
EYE PROTECTION DESIGNED FOR PAINTBALL USE
MUST BE WORN BY THE USER AND ANY PERSON
WITHIN RANGE OF THE ENVYTM.
GOG PAINTBALL® RECOMMENDS THAT
THE ENVYTM ONLY BE SOLD TO PERSONS 18 AND
THOROUGHLY READ THE ENVYTM OPERATION AND
INSTRUCTION MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING.
TREAT EVERY PAINTBALL MARKER AS IF IT WERE
NEVER LOOK DOWN THE BARREL OF A PAINTBALL
ALWAYS REMOVE PAINTBALLS AND DE-GAS THE
ENVYTM BEFORE DISASSEMBLY (SEE DEGASSING
STORE AND TRANSPORT THE ENVYTM UNLOADED
AND DEGASSED IN A SECURE PLACE.
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