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Hi,
I have a WELL MB03 and I was looking to change my trigger box, spring guide, piston. Wanted to buy the one from AirsoftPro but is out of stock, and it will be for 2 more months. In my country our limit is 1 joule.
Is this set good?
It costs 89 EUROS

Or better if I purchase the action army one?
It costs 142 EUROS

Is the price difference worth it?

Thank you for your attention.
 

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I would suggest an Archwick or APS VSR-10 trigger instead, they are much tougher and they are sometimes cheaper
The APS one needs to me modified slightly though so that won't work.
The Archwick one could be cheaper depending on what piston and spring guide you use.
If you use a maple leaf piston and pps spring guide and a pps spring guide stopper it will be cheaper.
 

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Pistons affect range and precision, and triggers are supposed to run heavy springs for a really long time without breaking.
Spring guides are supposed to reduce friction on the spring and bolt pull, but not much else.
 

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1 joule is so weak that there is really no stress. You may be able to just get a 45 degree aluminium piston and a 45 degree sear. (I would probably go this route)
I used to sell JJ triggers. I stopped selling them because they were not reliable over 450fps. Over that they would die very, very fast. But under 450fps, they should last a very long time.
If you do want a 90 degree setup then this is what I would do:
-JJ Trigger
-Stock Plastic Spring guide (This should last forever at 1 joule)
-Weak as spring (maybe a M110 and maybe cut it or add a little weight to the piston)
-Cheap as metal piston
 

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Good 1 joule guide: VSR 10 Gspec 1J Build: Simple but effective

My parts recs for the Well Mb03

45 degree piston: Maple Leaf, Action Army or PPS.
Laylax PSS10 M100 spring
Polished Trigger Sears (see link above)
Good Quality Inner Barrel (edgi/maple leaf/action army/lambda/lonex)
Maple Leaf Bucking.
Stalker Panthera Arm and Nub.
Shim Hopup unit (literally place aeg shims on each side of the hopup arm pivot until it doesn't wiggle).
Upgraded Cylinder and cylinder head (Stock Well ones leak a lot)- you may need to sand down the glide rings a bit.
Air Seal mods.
Cylinder Guide Sleeve Mod:
Stuff hollow parts of the stock with foam and remove the concrete block in the back.
 

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At 1 joule, the JJ one should be sufficient.
It can't handle more than 450ish fps for any length of time and the bolt pull gets tough on heavy springs, however, it should be fine with lower strength springs.
I will disagree about 450.
my current setup ~600 FPS, run about 3 years without broken.
 
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here cheapest trigger box with 90 degree, its almost free if you have a 3d printer. my setup is at 2.6J and it hold good so far. i shoot more then 2000bbs
 

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I will disagree about 450.
my current setup ~600 FPS, run about 3 years without broken.
I used to sell them. Out of every 10 triggers sold, I would get about 3 returned. I would have probably had more but some people did not snipe often to wear the trigger out before warranty ran out. The sears are all made of weak metal that wears out very quickly. So I would say that the other 7 that did not get returned to me would be replaced by now.
You are very lucky that yours is still going. If you get the time, pull it apart and have a look to see if the sears are starting to round off. Other brands, the sears will not look like they have had any wear for years.
 
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