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We got word today the DLX will be releasing a new Luxe at the upcoming Paintball Extravaganza event this February. There is no real word of what the new Lxue will be but DLX had this to say “we will be introducing the largest revision of the Luxe marker since its inception”. Along with the new gun DLX will be lower the price of all current OLED models. Standard Colors $999.95, Splash LE or Fade $1099.95…

It’s been a rumor for over 6 months and now it is finally official there will be a Twstr CS1. Coming fresh off the heels of the extremely popular LV1 and Autococker Twstrs, Committed Paintball is bring us the Twstr CS1. The Planet Eclipse Twstr series is a pretty neat idea, you get a very limited gun that has custom milling from the manufacture. That means that Committed didn’t have the bodies milled by a 3rd…

The Planet Eclipse CS1 has been out for around a month now (although still sometimes hard to get ahold of), and the team and player guns are starting to roll out. As always these will be in limited supply to roughly 12-24 guns. If you like a design make sure to jump on it before they are gone! All printed CS1s will retail for an eye watering $1745.00. If you are thinking about picked up…

Bending frame on todays super light and slim paintball guns isn’t anything new. Over the past 6 years of so it has become a common scene at paintball fields all over the world. Making these guns lighter and smaller has it drawbacks the major one being, rigidity. Taking hard diving or dropping a gun just right can bend the frame, the weakest point on a modern high-end electronic gun. Today at the paintball field, we ran…

The CS1 is Planet Eclipse biggest leap forward on any platform that the company has ever introduced, yes that counts the LV1. While the LV1’s shot is widely different that previous Egos, they did not change nearly as much as they have from the Geo 3.5 to the CS1. The CS1 is different in almost every single way from it’s predecessors. Eclipse has changed a lot here, there is more difference between the CS1 and…

It has been rumored for years, it is what the Etha should have been and it’s finally here. Following on the extremely popular Etek 5, Planet Eclipse showed off the first ever Gtek today. The Gtek is Planet Eclipse latest push to try and capture more the mid-range paintball gun market. Unlike the Etha, the Gtek uses a real spool valve. Taking cues form the Geo line the Gtek should be a quite and smooth…

It’s Back. The Shocker. The Shocker brand name has been around longer than most of you reading this, have been in paintball (myself included). The Shocker was one of the guns that started the electronic low pressure movement in the mid 90s. The shocker morphed along the way, from the SFT to the NXT and now SP is bring us the RSX short for resurrection (not to be confused with the Empire Resurrection). First lets…