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Hi. I finally got my first VSR, my SSR10. Made by a Taiwanese manufacturer named Slong. I planned to buy AAC T11 + edgi kit but it is not available so I tried this one. It has all steel parts (45 degree trigger set, hop chamber, twisted barrel, 450 mm 6.03 mm inner, zero resist, 14 ccw thread for silencer), Maple Leaf S2 body, 58 rds slong magazine, Slong Dragon Scale 70 degrees, and 3D printed spacer. Shoots 520 fps on .2, 495 on .28. I haven't chronoed with .4x yet and not fielded. Shoots very very quiet with .40 bb. The mods I've done so far is to fill the outer barrel and pistol grip with foam, attach a 4 inch silencer with foam baffles, and camo taped the small silencer up to the start of the twists on the outer barrel for it to look longer (it looks really awkward to have that smaller diameter silencer vs wider outer barrel) shoots straight up to 190 ft with .40.

I plan to increase the weight of the psiton from 33 g to 43 g, cut and crown inner barrel length from 450mm to 430 mm , and add two maple leaf whisper spacers inside, and a few fps rings.
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As for the sidearm, I have a 220 mm 6.01 TM mk23 and 310 mm Stti mk23 to choose from. Both using foamed silencers but stti one is a bit protruding outside the silencer


As for the cost, it is priced at around USD520(same with ssg10 a3on eu pricing) but the price of ssg10 a3 here is USD800. Airsoft is very costly here due to govt regulations resulting to the monopoly of the importers

As for the wife, she hasn't noticed anything new yet with my purchases 馃槵馃槵馃槵
 

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Ive been pretty interested in the quality of this brand. The only thing that discourages me is the 45 degree sears. Its one thing if its a budget build but for the cost of what you mentioned that's a lot not to include a 90 degree trigger. With that said how smooth is the bolt pull with the 45 degree sears the rifle?
 

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Ive been pretty interested in the quality of this brand. The only thing that discourages me is the 45 degree sears. Its one thing if its a budget build but for the cost of what you mentioned that's a lot not to include a 90 degree trigger. With that said how smooth is the bolt pull with the 45 degree sears the rifle?
Tbh it's almost the same bolt pull with 90 deg mlc 338 that I've tried. The good thing about it is it's steel so I hope it holds.

The aeg upgrade parts that I've used with sp140 spring are holding up with full auto so far. That's why I tried to buy their sniper.
 

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Alright so time for an update:

I increased the piston weight from 33g to 43g. I don't have a chrono but man the fps difference for my .45 bb is super low compared to the 33g one so I removed the solder and electric tape and reverted to 33g again. I also noticed that the cocking has more friction now probably because of the excess lube I removed. What are the recommended lubes for inside the cylinder?
 

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Ive been pretty interested in the quality of this brand. The only thing that discourages me is the 45 degree sears. Its one thing if its a budget build but for the cost of what you mentioned that's a lot not to include a 90 degree trigger. With that said how smooth is the bolt pull with the 45 degree sears the rifle?
here we go: budget vsr trigger 90 degree
 
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