Planet Eclipse is coming out with a new season of the series Artifact. This upcoming season will be featuring Dynasty.
Now, the Geo2.1 brings some of the critically acclaimed features of the recent Ego11 to the Geo. Namely the New POPS ASA and the Angled Swivel on the SL3 regulator.
These 2 new additions further improve the already exceptional ergonomics of the Geo2 as well as producing a sleeker and more attractive profile.
Of course all the other characteristics of the Geo2 remain, such as its excellent handling of fragile paint and the fully featured and E-Portal compatible electronics. This is still Geo. Just Refined…
GEO 2.1 FEATURES
Geo 2 GST-Style Bolt Assembly
Geo 2 Propshaft with Spring-Loaded Drive Core
SL3 Inline Regulator – Works With Any Tank
E-Portal Compatible – Update Firmware, Splash Screens and User Settings
Shaft4 Barrel 14″/0.689″ – Longer, tighter control bore improves efficiency and consistency
92% Larger Multicoloured Transflective LCD Module
Ego10-Style Grip Frame and Grips
Extended Grip Pitch – Increased Comfortable and Stability
Spool Valve Design
Low Reciprocating Mass – Bolt 17g
ISCIS (Innovative Solenoid Controlled Isolation System) Mechanism
SC (Spool-Cure) Bolt – helps eliminate 2nd ball clipping in the feed stack.
6-Second Strip Down – To remove and separate all internal Bolt components
Tool-less Bolt removal – all internal bolt components removed without tools
BBSS (Break Beam Sensor System)
Def-Tek Offset Feed
C-Lever Clamping Feedneck with Sprocket Wheel
Dual Selectable Trigger Switching – Opto and Micro Switches
Dual Trigger Return Mechanisms – Spring and Magnetic Return
Integrated Audible Beeper for Alarms and Actuations
Capped and Uncapped Ramp Modes
All Major Tournament Presets
9 Preset Debounce Modes
5-Point Adjustable Trigger
T-Rail Mounting System
POPS – On/Off/Purge ASA System
The PSP season opener was this past weekend and it was in Galveston, TX for the first time. The event was great, great weather, great location, spring breakers and making it to Sunday. It was sunny for most of the event with the exception of Sunday morning, a bit cloudy. The temperature was typically high of low 70’s and low of 50’s. The hotels were all less than a 10 minute drive and were decently spacious. The island of Galveston was very receptive of the event; local business were welcoming paintballers and selling food and drinks at the event. The spot of the event was about a block or 1/4 mile from the beach which is the local field, GI Paintball. Also, for the first time that I’ve seen, A BEER BOOTH!
As usual, the first event doesn’t have that many vendors attend. The vendors that were there were Planet Eclipse, Virtue, Critical, Derder, Understood, Valken, Guerilla Air, HK/PBFashion, Custom Products, Avid Extreme Sports on behalf of Empire, Procaps, Dye, Gangster Paintball, Ninja, KM, and Trade my Gun. Critical was there showing off their new stealth pack, which I have to say is rather nice. I wish I picked one up to try. Guerrilla Air was pushing their new G2 reg and had a raffle giving one away. Virtue started making event jerseys which were $80. The cool thing about the jerseys is that they were made on the spot, and when I say made on the spot I mean the chest logo was heat pressed at the booth when you bought your jersey. Understood had an event shirt as well. Their shirt was very popular seeing as it sold out by Saturday afternoon. Since Understoond didn’t anticipate the popularity of their event shirt, they are making a second run of the shirt in the next week of so. It was shocking not to see the Empire truck there and that Avid was there only to sell Empire clothes.
A good item to look into getting is the new Planet Eclipse gun bag. It costs $25 and I think it’s a lot better than the Dye gun bag and the gatwrap from Understood. The PE gun bag has more room for your gun than the gatwrap and has better barrel organization. There are slots for 5 barrel pieces. The PE gun bag is smaller than the Dye gun bag because the Dye gun bag can carry 2 guns but 2 PE guns bags still takes up less room in your gearbag than 1 Dye gun bag, plus you double your barrel storage with 2 PE bags. The PE gun bag also has another pouch for storing allen keys, spare parts, or lube. The bag comes in two colors; dig-E-camo and chatter.
Unfortunately, not everything went well at the event. GI Sportz, the “best” paint a world cup did not shoot well for many teams in the morning and some in the afternoon. People were complaining of too many bounces, barrel breaks, and hopper jamming. This was happening with both grades of paint, 3-star and 4-star. Apparently my team is the only team that had a good experience with the paint on Friday and Saturday afternoon. On Sunday, of all days, the paint decides to shoot like crap for us. We experienced the badness of the GI paint; some teammates and I got hopper jams in a rotor and prophecy, others were getting barrel breaks, and we were all noticing that the paint was not breaking on the competition.
Another mishap at the event was that a local Texan decided to have himself shopping spree courtesy of other player’s gearbags. This guy stole gearbag(s) from behind the KM booth. I was actually at the KM booth when the figured out it was him. The scene was actually quite uneventful. Some people recognized him and the KM staff called the cops and PSP staff, 10-15 minutes later he was escorted out by police and PSP staff. For a while, people were claiming that his entire team was stealing stuff from the event but he has said that he acted alone in the theft and that his team should not be accused of stealing. He is no longer a part of that team.
PSP Galveston was an incredible event and I hope PSP decides to have it there again.
Pictures are posted on Facebook
Videos of pro matches are on the PSP youtube channel
Planet Eclipse has come out with e-store where you can download the latest PE videos. Videos are I-tunes and I-tunes device format, so you must have I-tunes on your Mac or PC. Videos run between $2.99 & $4.99.
Eclipse will continue using its youtube channel, and publishing free video content as well, usually posting to the Youtube channel two weeks after debuting in the store.
More details on the Planet Eclipse Blog