wgp 2k3 vf green
sp black 14" all american freak barrel
ans delrin bolt
kapp delrin ball detent
ans back block
planet eclipse dart lpr
nexus ram with qevs
E2 grip frame
maddman spring kit
check it unimount
Dont have to take the whole back off to mess with the velocity
For th 30 bucks i payed for it i can say that it was a great deal. it came with two main springs which i think are the same. Instead of taking your rod out and messing with the back part all you do is twist your rod and without taking anything apart you can adjust your velocity. Now i spend less time at the chrono and more on the fields. It also comes with the Planet eclipse hammer with nylon set screws which IMO is a great hammer ecspecially for electros.
This is a great products and made the velocity adjustments easier for me and made me spend less time at the chrono. What will Planet Eclipse come out with next? I give this a 10 since there is nothing wrong that i have had happen yet.
Actually, this was designed (and made) by Belsales for the Evolution. ;o)
Planet just asked them to include a longer hammer and add the cocking rod set screw on their version of the Rex kit (the hammer Belsales use has a tapered thread to lock the cocking rod in place instead).
Most of Planet's parts are actually made by the engineering firm of which Belsales is a part. Most differences, if any, are purely cosmetic.
Not particularly useful info, but kinda interesting.
Planet have actually been using parts designed by Belsales, or variations of them, for quite a long time now. Certainly since they started producing the Vert feed Eclipse Autocockers, if not before. No bad thing, just a different set of working practices really.
Belsales make markers in very small batches, with each receiving a fair amount of hand finishing. Planet work on a larger scale (other than with the Nexus), produce more markers, and as such are generally able to cut costs compared to the equivalent Belsales parts. Compare the price difference between a Belsales 44 Mag ram and the Eclipse Nexus ram, and you will see what I mean. Exactly the same ram, designed by Belsales, made by Arrow Engineering. The only difference between the two is that the version made for Planet has a more rounded tip, and an "e" milled on the side, but due to the wider distribution and larger turnover of Planet, you can find their ram a lot cheaper.
More recently, a number of Planet's products have been of their own design, but Keith Belsey still generally checks the designs to make sure that they are suitable for Arrow Engineerings production techniques.
Being in the UK, I have had the opportunity to visit Belsales on a number of occasions and it always strikes me as funny to see just a handful of Evo Autocockers that they are assembling, and then see rows and rows of Planet Ego bodies, a tray full of Nexus bodies, and multiple bags of internal parts for both markers stacked up around the office!
While the parts are made by Arrow Engineering (as well as the Evolution parts, Arrow also manufacture the Sovereign semi, Sterling pump and the Inferno markers) all the actual assembly and final finishing of the Eclipse guns is done by Planet themselves.
You won't find the Eclipse version of the Rex kit anymore, as Planet are no longer distributing Autococker parts, but you can get the original Belsales version from compulsivepaintball.com (Belsale's US distributor) or bulldogpaintball.com