Belsales Hollow Point 3way
Belsales .44 Magnum Ram
WGP Hinge Trigger
Dye Ultralite Barrel
Emipre Reloader B
(Everything else is stock)
Response Trigger Kit
Adjustable Car Stock
Front Grip Extension
(Everything else is stock)
good articles, cool pictures, answers questions, and YAY! BOOBIES ON THE COVER! hehe.
Subscription is expensive.
geese, 50 word minimum review for a magazine!!!!!!! what realy is there to say but its cool. It has good product reviews, cool and interesting articles on the sport, Professional Team updates, pictures, and you can write to them asking a question and they'll answer it. It is somewhat expensive but so are all paintball magazines. It gives good tips too.
8" JT Aluminum Barrel
VL EVLution 2 Loader
PMI Pure Energy 3000 PSI 72 CI HPA
-Lots Of Reading Material
-Keeps You Entertained On Airplane Flights
This is a pretty good magazine. When my friend told me about it he said it was like mostly ads. When I first looked through it I was astounded on the in-depth coverage and great pictures. I was on a flight from where I live in Norfolk Virginia and I read it all the way to Los Angeles. The pics are close in field and show the true nature of paintball. The interviews and biogrphies are so in depth that it's like you actually know the person they are talking about.
Smart Parts Ion , Redz white body kit, Virtue blue laser eye, Virtue power button, New Designs on off valve, New Designs qev, Dye Ultralight, Warrior feedneck and trigger, egg hopper and Air america 68 3000
Sweet pictures, big mag
This mag has some of the best pictures I have seen. Lots of good articles. This is the best magazine for tourney guys. If your a mil sim player or rec baller you may not want to spend the 7.00 bucks for the mag. I enjoy the team coverage but I hate shellin out seven bucks for the mag. If they could lower the price it would probably be my favoriate magazine.
Great magazine, but the price kills it. Focus is on tournement ball which is cool because most other magazines now a day are leaning towards rec ball and mil sim so I would not recommend it for those players.
This magazine combines interesting articles with very cool pictures to make an enjoyable read or look.Other than the fact each issue is like $9 this magazine has nearly no flaws.Some of the articles are interesting but many are about people or items noone really cares to read about.But despite that,they are still well written and entertaining.
If you want a high quality mag and dont mind the kinda steep price then pick one up.Definately a good choice for those of you who only look at and dont read magazines.
PGI (the best), APG, Crossfire, Paintball, P8nt, PB2Xtremes...you got it...all of em!
SFL Cocker, Armageddon, Dye Titanium
The photos are cool, there are lots of pages it's not printed on toilet paper like APG. It's up there though. Why do all the best mags come from europe? Don't we have like millions more paintballers over here?
There are spelling mistakes, they don't like criticising anyone's products, the 'fashion' pages really are a waste of space - I'd rather have an article on how to player more pimp pball. The world tournament thing is boring. Their writing style doesn't have the edge that PGI has, and they don't have such cool interviews. they alienate everyone apart from top tourney guys as well. and it's really expensive
Visually, it's level with PGI with cool pics and cool designs, but the rest of it is nowhere near as good. I would rate the pb mags as follows:
1. PGI - if you ain't read it, you've really missed out on the best pb mag out there by a mile
2. P8nt - They're just really cool
3. Facefull - the pics are enough to put it at number 3
6. APG - it's a pile of crap and I don't know why anyone bothers to buy it
-Up to date equipment
-up to date team standings
-Expensive to subscribe
This is a great paintball magazine it has the best articles in it, it has a lot of cool gear and misc items in it, I love the fact that it literally has like every paint ball teams standings in it (that is pretty impressive), it occasionally has team interviews, it usually shows gear that is not even out yet (which is pretty good for future references). And yeah overall its a great magazine
This is the best paintball mag I have thumbed through yet! If you are a true paintball aficianado, then most any articles about the sport will be captivating. The pictures, however, are where this magazine really shines. These shots are snapped right at the perfect moment to capture the essence of the game. Some of the photos are so good, I wish I had the originals blown up and framed to go on the wall. Definitely worth the money - which, by the way, is printed on the cover at $5.95. Its funny how people can criticise a 6 dollar magazine when you can read just above that their marker setup is upwards of 600 dollars. This magazine is probably the cheapest thing in their bag!
Artsy, visually appealing
Not as much Woodsball coverage as some people would like.
Geared twoards more experienced players
This is a pretty great magazine. One of my favorites.
COVERAGE: Most of the coverage is speedball. Well spread out though, with interviews, tournament coverage, product reviews, drills, and more. Overall, 9/10 for coverage.
*table of contents is neat, clean, and organized. Nothing special. 7/10*
APPEARANCE: Nice glossy paper, cover and articles. Very nice graphics, models, and pictures used to help understand/visualise the articles. Example: The map w/ tournament series locations, the drills, the "Edited" interview...I like it a lot. Very nice. Overall, 10/10 for appearance.
ADVERTISING: 40/131 full pages were advertising. Thats OK, better than most. Beginning is chalk-full of advertising. 8/10
PRICE: Around $6.00 without a subscription. Thats OK for the product. 8/10
I recommend it to all speedball players wanting visual appearance and straight up information, no fluffing. For experienced players mostly. Newer players can learn a lot from it, but may get lost in the abbreviations and team names. Woodsball players, you may want to stick to PB2X.
Ion: All American Barrel, 32 Flame Drop Fwd with ON/OFF, Smart Parts Clamp Feed Neck
Cocker: STO Ram, STO 3-way, Palmer Rock Reg, Perfect Cradle Drop, Polished Internals, Hinge Frame, Trigger Cam, 14 inch JJ Ceramic, 14 inch ACI Combo
98 Custom (woods gun): Flatline, Razzor
In-depth articles, great pics, less adds than other mags...like APG.
This is probably my favorite paintball mag! The articles are great- very in depth and thorough. The pics are awesome in this mag- they photographers always seem to be in the right places at the right time. My only complaint is that this is an expensive mag...around $7.00 or so at the bookstore.
you would have to see it to understand
The ones i have are a little older but thats just me
Great magizines. You need to get them they are sweet. Doing small articles made by team captains, a thing called battle stations where pro players tell you a strategy to get you out of a simulated situation. Its just definintly worth it. Go check em out. Its worth every penny you spend. Oh and the pictures are really nice.