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What Paintball Gear 2003 Hits Barnes & Nobles
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Paintball Games International Magazine (PGI) is pleased to announce that its annual equipment bible What Paintball Gear? is now on-sale at Barnes and Noble stores across North America. Group Editor Steve Duffy told us, “What Paintball Gear? was previously only available by mail order, through www.p8ntballer.com and at specialist Paintball stores; however, after a successful trial last year, Barnes & Noble has placed a major order for the title to sit alongside PGI, so players who have not yet ordered a copy can now pick it up at their local B&N.”

Featuring 37 paintgun tests and reviews of the entire spectrum of Paintball equipment, the 196-page full-color title is the only magazine of its kind in the Paintball world, in that each and every paintgun was tested and graded by the magazine’s team of writers.

 


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