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Hey fellas, with a new project in the making, I thought I would post up this thread to hear some input/advice.

Here is the list of parts that I plan to put into a completely stock JG bar-10:

-PDI Bore Up V-Trigger: http://www.airsoftatlanta.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=65346&CartID=2

-PDI Raven Cylinder Set (for use with PDI bore trigger) http://www.airsoftatlanta.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=64009

-Nine Ball Bucking: http://www.airsoftatlanta.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=58345&CartID=4

-TM Precision Chamber: (from ehobbyasia)

The total comes out to around $400 + rifle = roughly $500 excluding mags, bbs, and scope/bipod

Any thoughts on this, comments, concerns, etc.?
 

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metallicafatcat said:
Why are you gong with bore-up? You may need a new reciever.
It was either that or the laylax trigger unit, but based on my knowledge, the Raven PDI parts would not work with the laylax unit.

Is there a regular PDI trigger that is not bore up?
 

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unless you plan on using a crazy long barrel, BU will be a waste of money.

I would go with:
PDI V-Trigger
PDI SPR %250 (530 FPS)
PDI spring guide for Hard piston
PDI Hard piston
Either Prommy, PDI or EdGI barrel

Noobies TDC kit (makes the adjustment for the hop-up a hex screw on the top of the outer barrel and does away with the cheesy plastic sliding arms)

Noobies Tru-Fit Bucking (an all silicone bucking that comes with a brass sleve to reduce air loss.)
Basically my rifle, except Im lacking the TDC Kit and TF bucking
 

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I wouldn't go with the TDC + TF. I used to have one, and though it's a nice idea, unless your setup is positively perfect, the kit will exagerate any small issue the gun has.

TM Precision was great for me - very tight, there's no wiggle in the arm or adjuster.
 

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l96ninja said:
TM Precision was great for me - very tight, there's no wiggle in the arm or adjuster.
That is about the only thing I heard that was different from the stock TM chamber. A little less wiggle. Is it worth the said money to purchase the precision chamber?

And thanks for all the help boys, but it looks like I might just snag Dutton's old rifle.


However, hopefully this will help someone else who is building one from scratch as well.
 

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He wont need a vacumm pstion unless he plans on running an IB longer than about 520mm.

You cant go wrong with the TM precision chamber. The stock TM bucking is one of the best.

Also, look into a SCS/PCS nub. They require a little modification to your hopup arms, but its worth it.
 

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One of my friends has a VSR that has the following in:

Laylax Teflon Cylinder
Laylax Z-trig
Laylax Spring Guide
Laylax Spring (550 fps)
P* piston
TM precision HU chamber
-TM bucking, SCS nub glued to HU arm
Laylax cylinder head
PDI 6.01mm Inner Barrel/EDGI 5.98mm IB

He gets shots at about 300 feet at every game.
 

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Rifle it self.....

All PDI parts mind you..... as I have a PDI fetish or something.

Plastonite cylinder set HD
Hop up chamber

Meh... here is a link.
http://www.x-fire.org/vsr10/e.VSR_customize_kit.html

Inner barrel of your liking
Zero trigger
and then any kind of spring you would like


That will give you a beast of a rifle my friend ;) I have bought a ton of PDI parts and have had nothing but great success with them, and am going to buy more of them when I get my new rifle here.
 

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I have a question, but relating to this topic.

Does the PDI Air nozzle work with the TM hop up chamber?

And does the z-trig work with the PDI cylinder set? And does the z-trigger piston work with the cylinder set?
 

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woogie said:
Rifle it self.....

All PDI parts mind you..... as I have a PDI fetish or something.
Same here.

A z trig will work you you buy the 90 degree end to put on your PDI piston. You can special order a piston with the 90 degree end straight from Xfire if I'm not mistaken.
 
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