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STI Eagle vs FGW Atlas Gunworks

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I currently shoot an STI Eagle in 40 - I am interested in a custom/semi custom - perhaps from Freedom Gunwirks or Atlas Gunworks

How much of a performance difference can one expect?

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All the custom smiths build great guns. Pick the one that appeals to you most. That being said, the CK Arms blasters are a great value for the money.

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Unless you are an upper level shooter I doubt you'll notice much difference at all when on the clock.

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It might be worth investing some thought in what could be improved upon in your eagle. Also probably worth trying someone's edge or equivalent long dust over/bull barrel setup to see if you prefer that over your eagle in terms of weight & balance. There are a lot of good gunsmiths that can build what you want, you just need to understand what that is.

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I had an eagle and sold it. It shot well, but the bluing started to wear through after not that many rounds. One advantage of say a marauder or hex tac is more durable finish than the eagle. The semi-customs will cost more, and the tolerances will probably be tighter. I have a FGW limited, and it's top notch work. But only you know what you're willing to pay for :)

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I shoot a 6" Eagle with upgrades and slide lightning. Have owned many high end guns, but this is the one I keep!

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