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Actually, JG Bar stock trigger is slightly different than TM. My Deep Fire sears didnt fit JG (they wobbled quite a lot and didnt work for that reason) but fit perfect in Marui. So, internals are not completely compatible... Just a small point :D
Well... who uses 45 degree sears anyway? ;)

Talking about putting teflon tape on cylinder head screws for better air seal, I found it completely useless and giving about no performance gain, even in my bored out marui cylinder... If your cylinder leaks, it will leak on the piston, not the head...
Most of the time, yes, this is not needed. But if your cylinder leaks at the head then this is the way to fix it :yup:
 

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No-one said the AA piston was the way to go though.

If you want a cheap way to get more power reliably, an airsoftpro gen 4 trigger set will only cost 100 euros and comes with all required cylinder internals. Even allows you to use 9 mm springs. It's way better than getting an upgraded set of 45 degree sears. Because even if they last long enough, you will still have an annoying trigger pull (compared to a 90 degree) and the bolt return will not be as smooth. The 45 degree design is simply flawed.
 

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Well, I'm not really a fan of encouraging inferior options when there is a better option from a technical point of view. Sure, a 45 degree trigger can work for a while, but it will wear quicker and will not work as well as the 90 degree alternative. Additionally, it will not only wear down the sears or the piston, but because it pushes the piston upwards, it also wears down your cylinder. I doubt the latter will prove a major issue down the road, but why even bother with it?

As I told earlier, the airsoftpro is terribly loud sounding trigger unit
With a little tuning the ASP ones work fine, sound wise. They are a little louder than AA for example, but they are, along with the PDI triggers, the most reliable ones in my experience.

but personally I dont see the point of lighter bolt push than the bolt pull itself...
I definitely see a point there, for example when you're in a concealed position and you don't want to apply force to return the bolt. It's better to have the cycle as smooth as possible, with no friction :yup:

The trigger pull is not hard at all
I mostly mean that a 90 degree trigger has a more crisp and predictable pull. I don't like shooting with 45 degree triggers for this reason.

Sure, the 45 will work, but why invest money in a flawed system when there is a better alternative? Especially since a 90 degree system will support any power level, not just M150's :)
 

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To each their own, I guess. Both options are better than keeping stock sears, that's for sure. If you can get away with just replacing sears, then I guess it's fine.

But I personally would never do it, not on my own guns, not on a customer gun :hehe:
 

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You can just use cold soldering wire, just the plain wire. Get the leaded stuff, it's better for soldering should you ever need it and it's also heavier so better for joule creep.

The rules may state you need to chrono with hop off. Keep in mind the fps will be higher with hopup on, especially with heavyweights.
 
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