Planet Eclipse GTEK Review Paintball Marker Lone Wolf Paintball Michigan

Tony, with some help from David, review the Planet Eclipse Gtek. The Gtek is available in our ProShop or online at

Manufacturer Description
The all new Eclipse Gtek. A mid-range Eclipse marker with all the value, reliability and efficiency of the Etek line but with the smooth shooting and quiet sound signature that you’ve come to expect from a modern single-tube spool valve marker.

Pull up on the quick release back cap and within its compact, lightweight and low-profile body the Gtek’s all-new and completely unique Gamma Core drive train can be found. This new system has been designed and developed to pull off the perfect trifecta of supreme all-weather reliability with optimal shooting enjoyment and exceptional efficiency.

The Gtek has been subjected to and passed the most extreme environmental testing we have ever devised for a new marker. Repeatedly stored at temperatures as low as -20F for days at a time the marker still fires full velocity on the first time of asking, with zero FSDO (first shot drop-off). Cycled for hours at a time at below freezing without stopping to be lubricated, then heated to 100F and cycled for tens of thousands of shots more the Gamma Core is the most robust drive train we have ever devised. And it’s not like our other markers aren’t among some of the most durable out there. But the Gtek takes it to a new level.

The Gamma Core utilizes lessons learned with the IVCore in the Geo line when it comes to making the most of the air used to fire a paintball. Although the operation method of the Gtek is nothing like a Geo it still utilizes the Breech Sensing technology of the IVCore to seal off the firing chamber mid-shot. This means that no tail end air is lost and wasted down the barrel. The Gamma Core traps over 30psi in the firing chamber after every shot. That’s 30psi saved per shot over a normal spool valve system.

The starting point for understanding the Gtek’s unique feel and shot signature is the low operating pressure of its Gamma Core drive train at only 135psi. It’s one of the primary reasons that the marker feels so smooth and has such a quiet sound signature.

Then there is the three-stage bolt acceleration. The acceleration profile of the Gtek bolt is very accurately controlled. The initial push-off phase is tuned to give exceptional paint handling ability by very gently picking up the ball to get it moving in the direction of the breech. It maintains this controlled phase as the bolt passes the second ball in the stack to help eliminate clipping that ball. At this point the bolt hits the second phase where the acceleration profile is ramped up in order to give good valve resolution to help efficiency, create a low sound signature and to help maintain high rates of fire. The final stage is as the bolt seals in the breech and the main valve opens to release air behind the ball. This ensures the valve opens cleanly for maximum flow and again, efficiency.

Of course the rest of the Gtek is just as impressive as the new Gamma Core.

The same rugged glass reinforced composites that have been used on the Etek for many years can be found on the Gtek. Grip-frame, breech sensor covers, feed-tube and OOPS knob are manufactured from this incredibly durable and resilient material. All other components are the same 6061-T6 aluminium that you will find on all other Eclipse markers.

The frame is wrapped in dual-density rubber grips and protect the same circuit board as the Etek5 and like its sibling, the Gtek can be quickly and easily upgraded to full OLED capability without the need to replace the circuit board. Just plug and play.

The SL4 regulator at the front is the same regulator that you’ll find on the Geo3.5 and LV1.1 Pro. Again, a proven regulator design that has been optimized to work with everything from SLP to HP output tanks with zero effect on performance. It’s wrapped in a super-comfy dual-density uni-body fore-grip sleeve which is perfectly spaced from the frame to give an incredibly stable shooting platform.

All packaged in the customary Eclipse zippered hard tin with spares bundle, tool kit, grease, barrel sock and instruction manual.


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Pro Shop / Main Office — Clinton Township

The Pro Shop and Main Office is located on the south side of Hall Road (M-59) between Groesbeck Hwy (M-97) and Gratiot Ave (M-3). If you’re heading east bound on Hall Road, you will make a right hand turn onto Vic Wertz Drive (one street before Morley Drive) and follow that street until it turns into Reynolds Drive.

44323 Reynolds Drive
Clinton Township, MI 48036


ravenstylea2 says:

Dry fires the gun…says no kick. lmao.

Ryan Repka says:

I go lone wolf indoors a lot, I enjoy the atmosphere. My friend said he went there and was able to try shooting a couple of guns, do you think I could do the same?

Cole Dietrich says:

My reg swivel is lose how do I tighten it

Sloan Kettering says:

1:03 lmao

Apple iPhone says:

I have a gold one like that

John Jk says:

Stop saying check

Luke Dilingr says:

Is the reg line long enough to put a drop forward kit on? Or will you need a new line?

Bubba Martin says:


Cesar Morales says:

Yo do ya’ll have any red planet eclipse gtek 160R in stock? Amazon don’t have any

Ethan Johnson says:

There actually is kick and there’s actually a lot.

KhaledBabtain says:

umm pissed me off check earnt a sub check stop saying check uncheck


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Carlos Perez says:

Looking for after market grips for my gtek. Don’t really wanna have just the rubber grips. Do you have or know a company who would have different design grips for this gun?

Z-o-o-M-y- says:

Sooo uhh, Geo 3.5 or Gtek?

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