The maximum achievable rate of fire can be adjusted via the boards "rate of fire" adjustment. It doesn't actually adjust the rate of fire directly - instead, the adjustment controls how long the marker waits between shots. Due to this, it is often referred to as the re-charge time, as it gives the air pressure in the marker time to recover before the marker can be fired again. Increasing the time between shots has the effect of lowering your rate of fire, reducing the time between shots increases the potential rate of fire.
So, you can cap the rate of fire yourself by adjusting the board, but there is no preset 15bps cap.
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