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MOST parts will work when it’s 90° for the trigger and piston. You run into issues with the piston length and cylinder slot length. Or if you have a trigger with the sears moved back such as the BullTrigg; then the sear end of the piston may need to be shaved down.
 

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Shouldn't be anything to worry about, but if you're getting an SCW guide you may as well get an SCW trigger as they're tougher, and even if something breaks you'll always be able to get a new part from him.
Yeah you are right. I will buy the SCW piston with spring guide and their trigger. I red that it is compatible with action army teflon cylinder so it all will be good.
 
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