After speculating for over two year if we would see colored grips for the 170R we have our answer! Planet Eclipse have been making colored grips for their paintballs guns for a very long time. Eclipse normally save them for their higher-end guns like the CS2 or the LV1, but now you can pick a set up form your Gtek 170R and the mechanical version of the 170R the M170R.
Virtue and DLX have teamed up to bring use the Virtue Ace (Luxe X) and Virtue Spire IV. The Spire IV and Ace are the first hopper and gun that can communicate to each other via bluetooth.
Virtue and DLX have teamed up to bring use the latest “version” of the DLX the ACE a Virtue banded DLX Luxe X.
This past weekend I made the trip out to Capital Edge Paintball Park, here in Sacramento to give the Field One Force a test run. Played most of the day on the hyperball field, along with a few runs on the upcoming NXL Las Vegas layout.
The force is the first paintball gun made by Field One, F1 is a new company that was created when Ryan Greenspan, Yosh Rau and Alex Fragie of the San Diego Dynasty purchased the company, Bob Long.
The Geo 4 name might be a little confusing. This is really the 6th Geo. There was the Geo 1, Geo 2, Geo 3, then Planet Eclipse released the CS1, which is the 4th Geo Eclipse just called in the CS1, then they released the CS2 or the 5th Geo. Now we have the Geo 4 the 6th Geo.
The name might be a little confusing, but this is the 4th version of the Planet Eclipse LV1. Planet Eclipse released the first version of the LV1 in 2013, then about a year later released the LV1.1, which was mainly just a small upgrade to the LPR. In 2016 the LV1.5 was released and discontinued in 2018, now in 2020, we have the LV1.6 which has some minor internals updates and some cosmetic changes.