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Old 04-26-2019, 04:55 PM   #1
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Oh No! Hi guys and girls i need help...

Hi nice to be new in a community!

So i need a help (ofc for what i come to this forum...)
Im Playing airsoft from few months, have aeg g&g predator +/- 50m shots, im at team and somethimes i se that we get f&*kt up by another team because we do not have enough range, im a hero so i want to go with sniper (i will need full load for it) when my GF have seen cost of sniper+pistol etc she say i don't need to be a hero .

So i love my aeg but i somethimes i need range... And this is the case why i come to you guys/girls!
I want to get a sniper rifle, im in love with SRS A1 SILVERBACK, but this beauty isn't cheap...
So i want to know from you guys what will be the best sniper rifle and pistol for me, im a litte tech (not much i just upgrade my predator and it's working :D)im not scary of upgrades etc, but im scary about this that when i will do all things and spend my money the sniper will be not that good...
So what is solution for me?
SRS A1 or SSG24 or VSR-10 and upgrade, or dmr or dmr pistol or... idk..

I need a help about what gun, what upgrade's to it, what scope etc, i went tru all SSG24 and SRS and a lot of VRS-10 posts, and i did't find the answer...

SORRY FOR MY BINGLISH -.-

Grettings guys/girls, thank you for help!!!
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Old 04-27-2019, 01:29 AM   #2
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If you want to take the safe path go for the SSG24... If you are brave then try the vsr..
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Old 04-27-2019, 03:20 AM   #3
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Silverback SRS all day, every day. 20 inch sport. Lighter than the others and cheaper so you can spend it on upgrades. Upgrades I'd recommend would be a Variable mass piston and an air brake pistonhead (Silverbacks own or Faceless Mouse fart). And also a Silencer. That's it. 🙂
Scope wise, doesn't matter too much imo. I never go past 4x zoom with my cheap scope from taiwangun.
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Old 04-27-2019, 06:02 AM   #4
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Love my 16' SRS. The best built gun around in my opinion. Doesn't really need upgrades but I can see the attraction of achieving that little bit more performance. Accuracy and range is amazing for a stock gun and it is extremely quiet. Heavy but beets the SSG24. However, I am achieving better results with my upgraded VSR and was cheaper than the SRS. However, it requires a lot of patience and tinkering. In summary though, the best out of the box SRS and the best for upgrading (and in tern slightly better performance) the VSR.

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Old 04-27-2019, 09:06 AM   #5
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ehh, what range can i get from ssg24 (max 500fps) and what from srs a1 (also max 500fps) and what from vsr 500fps build, and how much it would cost, what i need to do to upgrade it? I only said vsr coz i know that's the most common rifle to upgrade, im not sure that i want ssg24 (i think i will feel like banana noob at field with it)
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Old 04-27-2019, 10:00 AM   #6
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If all the guns shot at the same velocity with heavy bbs and had equal hop up set, they would all have same range. It's the physics... Effective range increases with accuracy
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Old 04-27-2019, 11:33 AM   #7
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so SRS A1 22" plus one mag, spring, fasthop, nub,rubber etc will cost me 730euro plus scope arround 100euro total 830euro
ssg24 plus one mag, scope will cost me 600euro inc shipping
vsr-10 end upgrade will cost me arround 500-700 euro (depens what parts i use)

at the end, still don't know what will be the best option
In my country i can shoot only 2.3J (499fps at 0.2g)
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Old 04-27-2019, 02:44 PM   #8
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so SRS A1 22" plus one mag, spring, fasthop, nub,rubber etc will cost me 730euro plus scope arround 100euro total 830euro
ssg24 plus one mag, scope will cost me 600euro inc shipping
vsr-10 end upgrade will cost me arround 500-700 euro (depens what parts i use)

at the end, still don't know what will be the best option
In my country i can shoot only 2.3J (499fps at 0.2g)
If you get a srs 20" sport you can remive 100, you get a nub and hoprubber with the fasthop so you can remove that. And me personally don't use fasthop, original 2 screw chamber is awesome.

And sorry, 100 euro for a scope? I've had my 40 euro scope for two years now, haven't failed me yet.

But honestly, what rifle you should get depends much on what you want. Short, compact, wonderful out of the box but still alot of upgrades available, srs is for you.

If you want something just out of the box and don't ever open it up, SSG24 is probably a good choice. I personally like m24 body (over the m700/vsr-10 atleast)

Or ofcourse if you want to do everything when it comes to upgrading and possibilities, VSR-10 or copies, such as bar-10 or mb03 is something for you.
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Old 04-28-2019, 06:40 AM   #9
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so what is diffrent in 16" 20" 22" 26" of srs? What is the range, let say r-hop 2.3j?
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Old 04-28-2019, 09:00 AM   #10
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so what is diffrent in 16" 20" 22" 26" of srs? What is the range, let say r-hop 2.3j?
Range and accuracy will be the same on all of them, but longer barrels (well atleast 20" - 22") is easier to get higher joule than with the shorter ones. (I got .2J more with a 500mm barrel than with my 420mm barrel, on heavy bbs)
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Range and accuracy will be the same on all of them, but longer barrels (well atleast 20" - 22") is easier to get higher joule than with the shorter ones. (I got .2J more with a 500mm barrel than with my 420mm barrel, on heavy bbs)
hmm but the 20" sport need to have a barrel spacers when 22" and 16" not, can this cause vibrations and curving of the interbarrel then? Some of inconsystency?
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Old 04-28-2019, 11:56 PM   #12
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Range and accuracy will be the same on all of them, but longer barrels (well atleast 20" - 22") is easier to get higher joule than with the shorter ones. (I got .2J more with a 500mm barrel than with my 420mm barrel, on heavy bbs)
hmm but the 20" sport need to have a barrel spacers when 22" and 16" not, can this cause vibrations and curving of the interbarrel then? Some of inconsystency?
20" comes with 3 barrel spacers. That have never failed me in any other rifle platform.
Reason why the others don't have barrelspacers is cuse the inner diameter of the outer barrel is 8.56mm, and am inner barrel outer diameter is 8.55mm.
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Old 04-29-2019, 03:20 PM   #13
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so what is diffrent in 16" 20" 22" 26" of srs? What is the range, let say r-hop 2.3j?
A-ha!!! There's that dirty r-hop word!!! My good sir, if you're not overly familiar with tech work, do not attempt an r hop. Well, you can, but you may be going a little deep. If you only have one rifle, this could keep you out of the game with frustration until well into next year.

I am very familiar with r hops. I do them pretty much exclusively in my rifles (or a variation thereof), but they are quite time consuming if you want them to perform correctly. Make sure you don't need that gun for a while because the only thing worse than a stock hop up, is a bad r hop, but if you get it right, oh my...
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Old 04-29-2019, 08:57 PM   #14
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A-ha!!! There's that dirty r-hop word!!! My good sir, if you're not overly familiar with tech work, do not attempt an r hop. Well, you can, but you may be going a little deep. If you only have one rifle, this could keep you out of the game with frustration until well into next year.

I am very familiar with r hops. I do them pretty much exclusively in my rifles (or a variation thereof), but they are quite time consuming if you want them to perform correctly. Make sure you don't need that gun for a while because the only thing worse than a stock hop up, is a bad r hop, but if you get it right, oh my...

Very funny but for real, if i buy the paches, i will flat a bucking and use faceless cnc nub what can go wrog ... I know, a lot, with my first flat hop i get so bad results that i want to trow my replica out. Not feeding good, less power shots etc, find out that the sealing was not good, the bucking lips was to long etc, i will learn my lesson and on field i will take at last my aeg and sniper (when i will buy it...-.-) because i still have to take one of a lot... :D
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I applaud you for trying it, good sir!! Bravo!! After all, why not, right? I started doing r hops for a few of reasons.. 1) to learn as much as I could about them so we could see how much of the legend was real and how much was manure. 2) why not? If you learn it, and learn it properly, you get one amazing shooting gun for almost no money invested. 3) If it's good, can we make it better?

The original motivator was money and availability. There's not alot of 'specialist' airsoft shops in this part of the world. Oh there's airsoft shops, but they all carry the same thing, more or less. Because of whatever, the parts aren't cheap either. So, 12 dollars for a Maple Leaf, or less than 5 cents for an r hop patch? I can make alot of mistakes for that kind of difference! Luckily winter here last well over 6 months, so I spent one winter a few years ago just experimenting with materials, cutting patches, and shaping them in weird ways...it worked! 4 years later, IT REALLY, REALLY WORKS...hehehe

So, if you have the time and patience, is it worth doing? No question...absolutely. Have fun with it!!!
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