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Planet Eclipse Geo R5 The paintball world is abuzz with the introduction of Planet Eclipse’s new Geo R5. As with any new release, there’s a lot to unpack, so let’s dive into the details and see what sets this marker apart—or perhaps what keeps it looking quite familiar. Planet Eclipse Geo 5R $1649.95 Check out the all-new Planet Eclipse GEO R5 paintball gun. It boasts a redesigned solenoid in the grip frame, eyes and detents…

I first encountered this dilemma with the release of the Smart Parts Ion in 2005. Priced at just $175, it revolutionized paintball with features comparable to higher-end tournament guns. The Ion boasted a durable polymer shell, electronic functionality, eyes, and impressive performance. Back then, choosing a high-end gun was simpler, as they were built better than the Ion. However, today’s comparison between the Etha 3 and CS3 reveals striking similarities. Despite the CS3 being three…

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The milling on this thing is top-notch, some of the best I’ve seen on any gun lately. It’s got a unique look, with their signature skull at the back that fits the gun perfectly. These are listed on the Infamous website for $2,000, but that might be a temporary price. At the World Cup, lots of people were grabbing these because they look fantastic. There are five colors, but some are part-swapped. I think the black one will be the most popular because it shows off the milling the best.

The paintball world offers great options for players. Planet Eclipse’s Emek, under $300, uses the GammaCore for reliability and quiet shots. Tippmann’s Stormer combines toughness and customization. Empire’s Mini GS is perfect for beginners, with compact size, reliability, and solid performance.

If you ask me, the CS3 is one of the best high-end guns ever made. However, it comes with a hefty price tag of $1,750. Like most high-end guns, It includes an electronic frame, but for an extra $400, you can switch it to a mechanical frame, which brings the total cost to a staggering $2,150. The question is, does adding a mechanical frame to the best high-end electronic gun really make it the best mechanical gun?

This Project GS3 reminds me a lot of the Planet Eclipse GSL, which was based on the Geo 3.5. It looks really cool, many companies have been trying to make a similar-looking gun for a long time. Finally, they did it, and it comes in ten different colors. I really like the black one the most, but the green one is nice too.