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So this might be a useless question because the majority of everyone on this thread upgrades all of their rifles whenever they can. But just a question, how long do you suppose a stock JG-Bar-10- G-spec would last stock?

And by "last" i mean before the first part breaks due to weekly use either in skirmishes or shooting out back.

And i ask this because i know there are parts in the rifle that are plastic and have a tendency to break.

If i buy the rifle, i want to upgrade what needs upgrading for durability, dependability, and accuracy and range, i dont care about fps, as long as i can reach out and touch someone.

I understand that laylax is a big (expensive) brand that has high quality parts, but is it really the best choice? i want to get the rifle, and im not going to half ass upgrade it.

I dont want to waste my time, or your time with any stupid questions, or money just to find out that sniping really isnt for me.
 

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My stock BAR-10 lasted about 3 months before it broke down. The first thing to go were the trigger sears.

As for upgrading, I did mine over in Laylax parts, PDI is the other big time parts supplier and maybe someone else can shed light on thier products. Laylax is what I used. I love laylax the parts are well worth the money for their quality, I've run laylax parts for 9 months without a problem.

As for a barrel, I love my PDI 6.01, best barrel I've ever owned hands down, but that quality comes with a price tag.

Now for upgrading your VSR, heres a guide I found: http://www.airsoftforum.com/board/VSR-10-Upgrade-Guide-t59742.html You should upgrade your VSR based on your local field regulations. Where I play there is a 550 fps limit on bolt actions, I put mine right around 500.

Overall upgrading any bolt action is a pricey road, mine was minimally upgraded and cost $500ish total. But to fully upgrade would cost alot more. There are also tons of low cost modifications you can, and many times, will do. If you plan on going bolt action, plan on spending alot of time nad money on your rifle.

Anyways I hope I helped you out. Let me know if you have any more questions.

-Yankee
 

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Nice write up Yankee!

Yeah it will cost around $500 or more to upgrade. Then again that is depending on what route you are planning on going.

I have one I am working on now that I am trying to make it around the 450 fps mark, so I don't have a MED at my field.

Should be easier on the sears and piston. But still alot of stuff to figure in to get it to work propperly.
 
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