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Old 10-08-2019, 07:21 PM   #1
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My draft build

This is my draft build (I know I’m redundant):
1. The base is Well MB03 from evoke $80
2. Action Army Hopup
3. Zci 455mm 6.02mm barrel
4. Maple leaf auto bot bucking
5. Action Army spring guide
6. JJ 90 deg trigger (thank you to whoever introduced me to this guy)
7. AA M150 spring
8. AA 90deg piston
9. Matrix .32 field limit) x2 (of the 3,000 ct bottles)

I have to shave off $30, what is not needed, what can cost less, I live in the US of a, I don’t know if you have heard of it but its across the Atlantic Ocean. Will not buy or even think of pre-upgraded used rifles, I want to make my own super sniper on a budget.

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AK

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Old 10-08-2019, 07:40 PM   #2
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If on an ABSOLUTE budget, keep the stock spring guide and hop chamber, and just get a maple leaf hop arm. Be sure to Teflon seal the bucking. Possibly invest in better bbs.
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Old 10-08-2019, 07:42 PM   #3
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What is this about jj trigger, wow other than the barrel and trigger we have almost the same upgrades and base gun.When you are done I'd love to hear and see some pics and of course mine will be up also.
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Old 10-08-2019, 08:11 PM   #4
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If on an ABSOLUTE budget, keep the stock spring guide and hop chamber, and just get a maple leaf hop arm. Be sure to Teflon seal the bucking. Possibly invest in better bbs.
How about a Aliexpress spring and one of those aluminum spring guides? Would save some money and would get a better part then stock.
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Old 10-09-2019, 06:04 AM   #5
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How about a Aliexpress spring and one of those aluminum spring guides? Would save some money and would get a better part then stock.
I’ve seen stock spring guides last a long time. You don’t don’t want a cheap spring. If it’s not a quality spring it could wear out fast and end up being a turd. Like I said if you’re out to be on this ultimate budget, leave certain parts stock and upgrade later. That will save the most money NOW.

I know you want amazing results for little money, but you can only do so much with a low spending limit.
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Old 10-09-2019, 07:43 AM   #6
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What is this about jj trigger, wow other than the barrel and trigger we have almost the same upgrades and base gun.When you are done I'd love to hear and see some pics and of course mine will be up also.
Jg trigger is the cheapest steel sear 90deg trigger (it is steel, no matter what people/websites say it is)
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If on an ABSOLUTE budget, keep the stock spring guide and hop chamber, and just get a maple leaf hop arm. Be sure to Teflon seal the bucking. Possibly invest in better bbs.
I will get that Aa chamber. That is the most important thing for me. I think I might not even get rid of anything and just get rid of some additions that I don’t need.
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Old 10-09-2019, 08:44 AM   #8
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Iíve seen stock spring guides last a long time. You donít donít want a cheap spring. If itís not a quality spring it could wear out fast and end up being a turd. Like I said if youíre out to be on this ultimate budget, leave certain parts stock and upgrade later. That will save the most money NOW.

I know you want amazing results for little money, but you can only do so much with a low spending limit.
Also, would a ZCI AEG (407mm) cut barrel work with the AA hopup chamber?
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Old 10-09-2019, 09:17 AM   #9
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For the ever loving love of god, do not get the WELL MB03. It offers nothing spectacular compared to the JG BAR-10 or CYMA CM701, but has the disadvantage of an incompatible cylinder assembly and cylinder. Just because it's cheap does not mean it's good.

If you are on an absolute budget just get the AAC-T11. It's 155 dollars, and you don't need to upgrade anything right off the bat unlike the VSR copies (outside of a good spring). So that you can shave off a lot of initial costs if you absolutely need to shave off that $30.

My advice is to stock up a few more dollars, though.



And BTW.....please don't start up a new thread everytime you have a question especially if they are similar/related to each other. This helps others to search for relevant information quickly and reduces clutter.
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My loadout:

-Main: Tokyo Marui VSR-10
- Inner Barrel: Maple Leaf Crazy Jet 428mm 6.04 barrel
- Hop-up bucking: Maple Leaf Autobot 60 Degrees
- Spring: Maple Leaf M115 For VSR
- Cylinder: Action Army "Masamune" Teflon Cylinder
- Chamber: Action Army red chamber
- Spring Guide: Maple Leaf steel spring guide
- Piston: Maple Leaf 90 degree piston
- Trigger: Action Army Zero Trigger
- Scope: Bushnell 3-9*40

-Sub: Tokyo Marui 5.1 Hi-Capa

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Old 10-09-2019, 09:59 AM   #10
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Aa chambers accept aeg barrels. But you might as well just get a cheap AA barrel with a maple leaf combo. I don’t believe there is any performance gain when you run an aeg barrel in a vsr, other than saying “I run an aeg barrel”

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Old 10-09-2019, 11:49 AM   #11
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For the ever loving love of god, do not get the WELL MB03. It offers nothing spectacular compared to the JG BAR-10 or CYMA CM701, but has the disadvantage of an incompatible cylinder assembly and cylinder. Just because it's cheap does not mean it's good.

If you are on an absolute budget just get the AAC-T11. It's 155 dollars, and you don't need to upgrade anything right off the bat unlike the VSR copies (outside of a good spring). So that you can shave off a lot of initial costs if you absolutely need to shave off that $30.

My advice is to stock up a few more dollars, though.



And BTW.....please don't start up a new thread everytime you have a question especially if they are similar/related to each other. This helps others to search for relevant information quickly and reduces clutter.
I have a question. Where is the cheapest place to buy a jg bar 10? Thanks

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Old 10-09-2019, 01:27 PM   #12
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For the ever loving love of god, do not get the WELL MB03. It offers nothing spectacular compared to the JG BAR-10 or CYMA CM701, but has the disadvantage of an incompatible cylinder assembly and cylinder. Just because it's cheap does not mean it's good.

If you are on an absolute budget just get the AAC-T11. It's 155 dollars, and you don't need to upgrade anything right off the bat unlike the VSR copies (outside of a good spring). So that you can shave off a lot of initial costs if you absolutely need to shave off that $30.

My advice is to stock up a few more dollars, though.



And BTW.....please don't start up a new thread everytime you have a question especially if they are similar/related to each other. This helps others to search for relevant information quickly and reduces clutter.
Would a AA piston fit in the WELL? If it would, then I will get it. I am not worried about the cylinder for now.
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Old 10-09-2019, 03:06 PM   #13
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The AA piston does not fit in the WELL cylinder. SoyYou would need to also purchase a new cylinder not only because of compatibility issues, but also because the WELL cylinders fall apart very, very fast.


Also, I used to sell JJ triggers. Although they are metal and they look strong, they are not. They cannot handle a M170 spring for very long. They should be able to handle a M150. So you are OK with that since you wanted to use an M150.
So for a high end build, stay away from JJ stuff.
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Old 10-09-2019, 03:17 PM   #14
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The AA piston does not fit in the WELL cylinder. SoyYou would need to also purchase a new cylinder not only because of compatibility issues, but also because the WELL cylinders fall apart very, very fast.


Also, I used to sell JJ triggers. Although they are metal and they look strong, they are not. They cannot handle a M170 spring for very long. They should be able to handle a M150. So you are OK with that since you wanted to use an M150.
So for a high end build, stay away from JJ stuff.
I really am starting to hate airsoft sniping
I think I’ll have to get the A&K M24... save bunch of the green ones and will have a rifle that wow’t break down on me for at least a couple of years. Will get that hopup arm, bucking, barrel, tdc mod, done. There is no other way I see, I’ll have to sand down that lip. I don’t know but it scares me that I’ll have to do it... that I can mess up. But to that thought I say:

Maybe I’ll sell the A&K or trade it for a upgraded vsr10, I don’t know.

Anyway, my setup will be:
1. A&K M24 - 2 spare 15rd magazines (The only ones compatible, the A$K 15rd $8 magazines)
2. ML Hopup Arm and Autobot 70deg bucking - w/ TDC mod
3. ML crazy jet 510mm barrel - hopup modded to fit this by removing lips
4. KJW Mk1 (Sidearm), lancer tactical shoulder holster for it. No spare magazine, this is a budget setup. Air arms green gas (x1 600ml can)
5. Lancer Tactical AERO goggles
6. Matrix flexy mesh mask thing
7. Balcavla as neck protection
8. Leafy Suit custom cut by me so that i have access to...
9. Lancer Tactical Dirt Cheap Chest rig. Would rather a Sniper rig but they cost way more
10. .28 EMG bbs for KJW, .32 Matrix Sniper Max BBs (field limit on bb weight, 100med and +15 for every heavier bb and they might not let me play. Not going to take that risk)
11. 1 pistol sized speedloader
12. Condor Carrying sling. Will just use it as a sling (its $6 but thick material and metal things, so I'll take it)
13. PTFE Tape and small round file.

Total: ~$380, dependent on evike 25% off all items (excluding MAP but most MAP items will stop being MAP items on Black Friday (or Airsoft Con) so ha)

Thanks,

AK

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Old 10-09-2019, 11:35 PM   #15
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What is the total budget you can utilize for your full set? We can start from there and see.
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My loadout:

-Main: Tokyo Marui VSR-10
- Inner Barrel: Maple Leaf Crazy Jet 428mm 6.04 barrel
- Hop-up bucking: Maple Leaf Autobot 60 Degrees
- Spring: Maple Leaf M115 For VSR
- Cylinder: Action Army "Masamune" Teflon Cylinder
- Chamber: Action Army red chamber
- Spring Guide: Maple Leaf steel spring guide
- Piston: Maple Leaf 90 degree piston
- Trigger: Action Army Zero Trigger
- Scope: Bushnell 3-9*40

-Sub: Tokyo Marui 5.1 Hi-Capa
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