Planet Eclipse Ego LV1 Review

This is by far the finest paintball gun review we have done to date!  So sit back, grab a snack and enjoy!  We will be reviewing the Planet Eclipse 2013 Ego LV1 Paintball gun.

The Planet Eclipse Ego LV1 is the first new tournament marker from Eclipse since the Geo that was introduced in 2009.  This marker is undeniably remarkable and we will tell you why in this article:planet-eclipse-geo-lv1-paintball-gun

The Eclipse passion, performance and quality have been instilled into this particular paintball gun leaving the competition crying in the dust.  The technology that has been used in making this gun has never even been thought of when it comes to paintball markers.  Shooting and holding this gun is just completely different from any other gun you will pick up.

InternallyThis paintball gun, internally as well as externally, is just remarkable.  On the inside there is a profiled lever that can be found between the rammer and the exhaust valve that separates all of the action between the rammer and bolt from the valve.  Another great aspect is that the new technology allows for the valve to be opened much slower, with less force.

When you shoot this gun you just-can’t-stop!  It is suplanet eclipse ego lv1ch a smooth shot, simply because the kick is greatly reduced and the shot is super quiet.  You definitely have to try out this gun; don’t just take our word for it!

Some other really great features of this paintball gun include:

  • Unique Lever Valve Mechanism
  • Zick3 Rammer System
  • Heavy and Light Zick3 Rammer Included
  • Cure5 Bolt
  • Internal LPR
  • SL4 Inline Regulator
  • AT Pipe Gas Transfer System
  • High Flow Onion Valve
  • Shielded Valve Spring
  • AT POPS
  • 40% Larger Valve Chamber
  • 65-80psi LPR Pressure
  • 120-135psi Inline Pressure
  • Contoured Grip and Console
  • HiGrip Foregrip and Body Sleeve
  • Adjustable Direct Acting Solenoid Valve
  • Dual Rammer Speed Controls
  • Tool-less Bolt, Rammer and Valve Removal
  • 14.5″ Shaft4 Barrel with 0.689″ Back
  • Infra-Red Break Beam Eyes
  • Replaceable Transflective Graphic LCD Module
  • Adjustable Tru-Colour RGB LCD Backlite
  • 16-Bit Microprocessor – 16 MIPS (Million Instructions Per Second)
  • Improved Solenoid Drive Circuitry for increased Velocity Consistency
  • Menu Driven User Interface
  • Ultra-Lightweight, Single Billet 3D Machined Body (Machined in the UK)
  • Deftek Offset Feed Tube
  • Clamping Feed with Sprocket Wheel Adjustment
  • Integrated Rammer Housing
  • Integrated FRM
  • Offset BoresPlanet Eclipse 2013 Ego LV1 Paintball Gun Poison IV
  • Micro-Switch and Opto Sensor Trigger Activation
  • Dual Instrument Grade Ball-Raced Trigger
  • Dual Trigger Return Mechanisms – Magnetic and Spring Trigger
  • Integrated Audible Sounding Device
  • Ramping and Semi-Auto Modes
  • Compliant with Regulations of all Major Paintball Leagues
  • E-Portal Compatible
  • Assembled and Tested at Planet Eclipse HQ in the UK

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