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Discussion in 'Beginner's Corner' started by FullySupported, Feb 18, 2019.
GI over EB for me, but both look like great guns
Both great. GI gets the nod from me
Buy both. If not ,the Guncrafter.
Another, and probably your best option, is to check with some of the Guncrafter dealers on this site. @BBP @TheWichitaGunClub @Cajun Concealed
In my experience, GI will shoot just as good as a LB for only twice the price (but will look more refined doing it)
Another thing I just saw was a Les Baer Premier II 5" in 38 Super with 1.5" guarantee from Crazy John...I do like 38 Super. I don't reload, but the Elite Match 125 grain JHP from Atlanta Arms is nice stuff...
I like the Guncrafters better.
GI all day long....
I like the looks of that Ed brown over the GI (not a two tone guy)
But I like the quality of the GI over the Ed Brown.
If it were my money I'd get the GI.
That said I'd rather look for a lightly used nighthawk custom.
Since it's your money spend it the way it makes you the happiest.
Good luck on your selection and honestly both of those are good choices.
GI and Nighthawk Reps are an instant message away on this forum......that means A LOT to me
I don't know. That sounds dangerous to me.
I think both are great guns. I am a GI fan.
As you can see there are many different opinions..... I suggest you make the decision on what YOU want. Because there is no correct answer.
I have Rock Islands, Para Ords, Glocks, Rugers, Sigs, Springers, Kimbers, Colts, DWs, Ed Browns, G.Is, Nighthawks, Wilsons & Cabots. (sold my 2 Les Baers) and I like them all for different reasons.... or, I wouldn't have them.
If you want a GI, you will save money by buying through one of the dealers on this forum than buying directly from GI.
I purchased my GI through Tyler at @Cajun Concealed. The price was less than buying direct from GI. Now I just need to wait for GI to build my order.
I went with a custom build rather than buying an in-stock pistol.
I'm anxiously awaiting my first GI purchased right here to compare it to my three Brown's. I cannot imagine it getting better, but who knows?
I will be super interested to hear your impressions.
It looks like the GI has some premium features missing in the the EB: flush cut and reversed crown barrel, flush cut slide stop. It's also about about $100 cheaper.
On the other hand, the EB does have skip line checkering.
How important is skip line checkering to you?
Well, skip line checkering might save your life someday...or not...I am just wondering if the space around the grip safety on the GI looks a bit wide for such an expensive gun? Am I fixating too much?