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Old 03-19-2020, 03:57 AM   #1
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Brand: WELL Sniper Rifles - are they compatible to VSR10 parts?

Hello guys. Just checking if WELL Rifles can use VSR10 parts or L96 parts (btw, I don't how different L96 is to VSR10)? Can anyone explain?

I know that WELL has over 10 models. Some models are using magazine that looks like VSR10 type. Others with larger types. I am attracted to models with hand grip like a M4 (see attached photos). I understand WELL stocks are made of ABS Plastic, is that bad?

For unless about USD150, the rifle comes with a scope and a bipod. I am trying to find the specs for the scope, anybody know or have used it before? It is ok?
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Old 03-19-2020, 05:57 AM   #2
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Hello guys. Just checking if WELL Rifles can use VSR10 parts or L96 parts (btw, I don't how different L96 is to VSR10)? Can anyone explain?

I know that WELL has over 10 models. Some models are using magazine that looks like VSR10 type. Others with larger types. I am attracted to models with hand grip like a M4 (see attached photos). I understand WELL stocks are made of ABS Plastic, is that bad?

For unless about USD150, the rifle comes with a scope and a bipod. I am trying to find the specs for the scope, anybody know or have used it before? It is ok?
https://www.airsoftsniperforum.com/3...s/15138?page=1

How different: basically the only common point is they are manual and propel 6mm BBs. All parts are completely different. L96 AWS is also completely different from the Type 96.

ABS Plastic: ABS are lighter but more fragile, are easier to flex, but usually not too bad given sufficient thickness and quality

Scope pack: not the best you can get, would save that money for a real steel scope or quality scopes
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Old 03-19-2020, 08:35 AM   #3
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I believe the mb02 and mb03 are vsr10 clones, and the only difference is the inner cylinder diameter.
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Old 03-21-2020, 10:29 PM   #4
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Thank you for the link. I learnt a lot!

I understand now that VSR clones are the easiest to upgrade. Type 96 is the next easiest. L96AWS and others should be avoided.

I find the WELL rifles with Type 96 system very attractive. And Type 96 comes standard with a 90 degree trigger and piston, while VSR comes standard with a 45 degree. I notice 90 degree upgrades for VSR, so my question - is 90 degree essential?
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For high power builds, in my opinion, quite essential.

Edit: picture is worth a thousand words. https://www.springercustomworks.com/advantage-90
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Old 03-22-2020, 01:50 AM   #6
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Thank you for the link. I learnt a lot!

I understand now that VSR clones are the easiest to upgrade. Type 96 is the next easiest. L96AWS and others should be avoided.

I find the WELL rifles with Type 96 system very attractive. And Type 96 comes standard with a 90 degree trigger and piston, while VSR comes standard with a 45 degree. I notice 90 degree upgrades for VSR, so my question - is 90 degree essential?
The 45 degree system gives quick and snappy trigger response, but bolt push is a nightmare for heavy springs as the piston is being pushed upwards by the sear and in general wears down faster. While there are outliers (such as Marui's M40A5 which somehow has no push resistance) this is not true for the WELL series.

It makes sense for the Japanese (Tokyo Marui) as they do not fire higher than 1J legally hence they don't have the push resistance issue.

If you plan to play with +2J power then it's suggested to get a 90 degree/zero trigger upgrade.
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- Chamber: Action Army blue chamber
- Spring Guide: Edgi Nemo cylinder kit
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Old 03-22-2020, 12:04 PM   #7
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These WELL rifles are also compatible with Vsr-10 parts:

Well mb11D
Well mb12D
Well mb11B
Well mb10

The stocks split apart in the back, making them come apart nicely for custom projects. They all have the mag release button in the mag block too, which I like. With WELL rifles like I listed, you can make fully compatible Vsr rifles like this:

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