Over the past 5 years DLX and Planet Eclipse have dominated the tournament paintball gun market. Planet Eclipse are still the top and with guns like the LV1 and CS1 they have dominated for a long time. With a gun like the Luxe TM40 pushing the Luxe to new levels can the DLX finally best Planet Eclipse.
This thing is pretty fun! Never thought that I would ever be able to effortlessly shoot a double trigger mechanical paintball gun.
The Planet Eclipse Geo 4 is Planet Eclipse’ fourth Geo but sixth spool valve gun. The Geo follow the release of the very popular CS2. The Geo 4 features the very popular IV Core bolt system that was brought over from the CS1 and many of the other high-end features form the CS1 and CS2.
The LV1.6 is 9v powered high-end electronic paintball gun that uses a stake tube poppet design to achieve an operating pressure of 135psi. Coupled with it’s an adjustable LPR the LV1.6’s adjustable solenoid makes makes for an extremely adjustable shot profile.
Let’s start building the Ultimate Emek
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.
A $1000 is a nice sweet spot to make a setup. It’s always fun to start looking at the cool stuff first so let’s start with guns, we have the Dye DSR, Empire SYX, Planet Eclipse 170R, and Shocker XLS.