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Hello all, I am new here and have a question. It may seem extremely dumb to ask, but could I retrofit a regular L96 trigger assembly in an AGM L96, which uses a vsr style trigger. I am pretty good at tooling and what not, I was just wondering if it would work well with the piston and if it would interfere with anything.

On a side note, which triggers are better, the L96 style or the vsr 10 style?

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To answer your second question....

Out of the box, L96 for the fact that it comes stock with a 90 degree sear, and all of the 90 degree VSR10 systems are $150+

But once they both have 90* sears, I cant think of any advantages one might have over the other.
 

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surgikill said:
Thank you, thats what I was wondering, because the vsr10 sear seems dumb the way it is setup.
Well, the VSR10 is fine with a 45* system because in Japan, its limited to 330FPS, so you dont need a 90* system.
 

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surgikill said:
So how would putting an upgraded spring and piston effect it? And is there anyway to retrofit the l96 trigger, as in is it plausible/possible?
If you have a nice set of sear, like some PDI ones, you can run it on 500+FPS for a while, like I did. I would also get a better trigger sear as I have seen stock JG ones bend, and even one crack completely in two:p

If you post pics, I could tell you and be sure about it.
 

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I don't have any pics yet but I am assuming that it will be around 525 with .25s. The big problem from what I have read is that the company use soft metal which makes it tend to bend.
 
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