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Hi, I'm looking for a Zero-Trigger for my VSR-10 Pro-Sniper, and I saw that ASPUK (ASPUK - Airsoft Sniper Parts UK)sell VSR / Bar10 EZ Trigger that they retail from AirsoftPro.cz.
Do they really have light trigger/bolt pull?
Do they really reliable and durable as they told?
When the Piston Sear will wear down?
please, if you've already experienced this VSR / Bar10 EZ Trigger, please tell me what you think about it




(oh, and I'll not go for the LayLax Zero-Trigger, too much expensive)
 

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If Laylax is too expensive, get the Action Army trigger, they sell replacement parts for it too and I heard it is great.
 

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This may not be wholly useful, however I have bought things from ASPUK before and have been very happy with the durability and quality, if you get no feedback on the item I think you should go ahead and buy it. I would be surprised if it wasn't very high quality. The tech specs look very impressive with CNC steel parts and tested on up to 190 springs.
 

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The trigger from AirsoftPro.cz is not light, but neither hard.
If you are located in europe, AirsoftPro.cz trigger is a good option, but if you are located in Thailand as it seems, you might have a better chance of getting a Action Army or Laylax trigger.
 

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If Laylax is too expensive, get the Action Army trigger, they sell replacement parts for it too and I heard it is great.
Nah....I heard that Action Army Trigger usually have problem with quality control. I saw a lot of people on the internet have problem with that Trigger(but there's some of them got the good one). That's why ASPUK VSR/Bar10 EZ Trigger came into my mind

But not only ASPUK VSR/Bar10 EZ Trigger that got my attention, also the Marksman Craft VSR-10 Pro Trigger from TNT Sniper proshop (Thailand).This Zero-Trigger is very famous in my country and I heard that they got really light trigger pull (ASPUK also used to retail their Zero-Trigger for ARES MS338, MS700 and M40)
 

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This may not be wholly useful, however I have bought things from ASPUK before and have been very happy with the durability and quality, if you get no feedback on the item I think you should go ahead and buy it. I would be surprised if it wasn't very high quality. The tech specs look very impressive with CNC steel parts and tested on up to 190 springs.
ASPUK VSR/Bar10 EZ Trigger has an elegant design, and I saw many people use them. That's why this trigger got my attention
 

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The trigger from AirsoftPro.cz is not light, but neither hard.
If you are located in europe, AirsoftPro.cz trigger is a good option, but if you are located in Thailand as it seems, you might have a better chance of getting a Action Army or Laylax trigger.
BuMS, which one do you think have harder trigger pull between the stock trigger and the ASPUK(AirsoftPro) Trigger?
 

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From what I have seen on Action Army, they have not QC issue. All parts are exactly the same as each other. High Quality.
When the trigger very first came out the spring guide needed a small amount of filing (quality was still excellent) but from what I have seen since then is that this issue has been fixed. Now it is just as good as Laylax version.
 

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From what I have seen on Action Army, they have not QC issue. All parts are exactly the same as each other. High Quality.
When the trigger very first came out the spring guide needed a small amount of filing (quality was still excellent) but from what I have seen since then is that this issue has been fixed. Now it is just as good as Laylax version.
Yeah, that's what I'm trying to tell you, "the spring guide issue". I hope you're right that they're already fix this issue. I just found out that some of Airsoft Sniper in Thailand also use Action Army Trigger too. but nah...I'll go for the ASPUK EZ Trigger or Marksman Craft Pro Trigger instead. but when I'm finished with the Trigger...I'll go for Action Army "Masamune" Teflon Cylinder.


oh, and I love your Advance VSR Build Thread! especially the fps that match the bbweight and how to make VSR really quiet.
 
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I have one in my VSR, they are easy to fit and the quality is great. I would note that I have only had a couple of games with it but not sign of any wear, firing at 490 fps. I can't say that the trigger pull feels any lighter though.
 

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I have one in my VSR, they are easy to fit and the quality is great. I would note that I have only had a couple of games with it but not sign of any wear, firing at 490 fps. I can't say that the trigger pull feels any lighter though.
You mean ASPUK VSR/ Bar10 EZ Trigger (AirsoftPro VSR Trigger) or Action Army Trigger?
Anyway...thanks for the feedback :yup:
 

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snipers in UK love items from ASPUK, but the truth is that most of the parts is made in CZ, by airsoftpro.cz

Prices in airsoftpro.cz is also lower for international shipping, cause for 83EUR you get trigger, piston, guide and spring :) And ASPUK sells it for 80GBP just trigger and spring guide (they include free shipt to UK)

Second thing. The pistons from ASPUK/CZ are smaller in outer diameter. I got used VSR with ASPUK cylinder with head + ASPUK old 45 degree piston. There was Laylax Red Neo included. LAYLAX cannot fit the ASPUK cylinder. Laylax is too big.

ASPUK/CZ clearly states that their cylinder is incompatible with other brands (I can confirm that) and they state that you should buy their piston. Which also means that it should not be fully compatible with standard PDI/Laylax/TM cylinders?????

Also, there is a guy here who makes S-trigger. Just google his website, he has measurments of the pulling force of his trigger as well.
 

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Some time ago the Marksman trigger was the only available trigger for the Ares AW.338. People hated it. I wouldn't recommend it at all if it's nearly the same thing (which i guess it is).
 

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I have the zero trigger and cylinder kit from airsoftpro.cz for my MB03. I got it to replace the stock parts which had stopped working. the kit definately works well but the only complaint i have about it, is that at times the bolt pull and push becomes a little rough. ive read that a new cylinder is necessary when upgrading the internals so it might be down to that.
 

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Some time ago the Marksman trigger was the only available trigger for the Ares AW.338. People hated it. I wouldn't recommend it at all if it's nearly the same thing (which i guess it is).
They already released the new version, but thanks for the feedback
Hmm....now I have to choose the trigger carefully....
 

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snipers in UK love items from ASPUK, but the truth is that most of the parts is made in CZ, by airsoftpro.cz

Prices in airsoftpro.cz is also lower for international shipping, cause for 83EUR you get trigger, piston, guide and spring :) And ASPUK sells it for 80GBP just trigger and spring guide (they include free shipt to UK)

Second thing. The pistons from ASPUK/CZ are smaller in outer diameter. I got used VSR with ASPUK cylinder with head + ASPUK old 45 degree piston. There was Laylax Red Neo included. LAYLAX cannot fit the ASPUK cylinder. Laylax is too big.

ASPUK/CZ clearly states that their cylinder is incompatible with other brands (I can confirm that) and they state that you should buy their piston. Which also means that it should not be fully compatible with standard PDI/Laylax/TM cylinders?????

Also, there is a guy here who makes S-trigger. Just google his website, he has measurments of the pulling force of his trigger as well.
I see, but at least the ASPUK piston can fit other brand Cylinder (such as Laylax) as far as I see
 

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ASPUK/Airsoftpro piston with smallier OD- they do fit other Cylinders, because other cylinders are bigger InnerDiameter.

Question is this, does these ID/OD difference between ASPUK piston and otther cylinder set can have ultimate implications to compression, consistency, durability etc?

As far as I see, if all parts are made with high accuracy and small tolerance - more consistency and accuracy you will get with the setup.

As I said, I have ASPUK cylinder and I cannot put Laylax piston inside. My arguments comes from this fact and logic.
 
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