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Mr. E Wednesday, March 31st, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
3 years
Products Used:
Every other magazine - none compare, except for Facefull, but that's too expensive for me
Marker Setup: Ir3 w/ stuff
Strengths: Articles are informative and funny at the same time.
Weaknesses: N-O-N-E...well, unless you're only into woodsball
Review: PGI is hands-down the best paintball magazine out there. Well actually, Facefull is pretty awesome too, but it's a hundred times better than PB2X, APG, etc. The articles are creative, funny and smart at the same time. Honestly, when I read something like PB2x, I only read the articles that really interest me, because the writing is sort of...well...normal/boring. The PGI guys make anything sound interesting, so I read the whole magazine. Most of the writers are either pros or former pros, so you're getting advice from the best players in the world.

I've also found the pictures to be more creative than PB2X & the other magazine...more unique photos. Not just same old' same old'
Conclusion: It's fantastic! Much more entertaining to read than the other magazines.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
pbmaster1198 Sunday, September 19th, 2004 | 1:40 pm PST
where do you subscribe. ive searched google and coudn't find any.

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