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Thanks Fuzzy. I am looking at this gun on AirsoftGI, and so far I have found all the parts I need. I am not really doing "Namebrand" internals, but I guess in a way the Airsoft GI Upgrade Kit ( That's what I'm calling it), The ASGI 6.01 TBB, ASGI PE M170 Spring, ASGI Reinforced PE Sear Set, ASGI Reinforced Spring Guide w/ Ball Bearings, and I would add the ASGI Piston but it is currently out of stock =(

EDIT: Just looked back at the ASGI cart, I have a SOCOM Gear R700 in the cart instead =)
 

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IF you want to get a socom gear R700 with those internal upgrades, and you are really set on that rifle, I would take a look at the one they have already set up for you.

http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=6846

It should be back in stock in a week or two.

Personally, I wouldnt go near either of these. I'd instead grab a real TM. You'll want to be shooting hot, but without a decent hop-up, it doesnt mean anything. I had A TM G-Spec running it stock and it was an amazing scout sniper rifle. Should have kept it... You can upgrade these later, and when you finish it down the road, you'll have a top gun. You can't go wrong.

http://www.airsoftpost.com/product_info.php?cPath=21_48&products_id=31690

JUst trying to help you out, either way, you'll have a great time.
 
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IF you want to get a socom gear R700 with those internal upgrades, and you are really set on that rifle, I would take a look at the one they have already set up for you.

http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=6846

It should be back in stock in a week or two.

Personally, I wouldnt go near either of these. I'd instead grab a real TM. You'll want to be shooting hot, but without a decent hop-up, it doesnt mean anything. I had A TM G-Spec running it stock and it was an amazing scout sniper rifle. Should have kept it... You can upgrade these later, and when you finish it down the road, you'll have a top gun. You can't go wrong.

http://www.airsoftpost.com/product_info.php?cPath=21_48&products_id=31690

JUst trying to help you out, either way, you'll have a great time
Yeah I have been thinking alot lately. I was talking to Dutton and he said I should try CA M24, but you're right, I might just go with a stock TM VSR-10 G-Spec =)
 

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I own a CA M24, and It's an amazing rifle, I love it. But, it really isnt plug and play, The Vsr is lighter, easier to tune, easier to find parts, and the most importantly, the hop up is unbeatable.

If you want to spend alot of time and money with the CA M24, then dont hesitate.

Stock TM G-Spec > CA M24... Any day.
 
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I own a CA M24, and It's an amazing rifle, I love it. But, it really isnt plug and play, The Vsr is lighter, easier to tune, easier to find parts, and the most importantly, the hop up is unbeatable.

If you want to spend alot of time and money with the CA M24, then dont hesitate.

Stock TM G-Spec > CA M24... Any day.
Yeah I think I'm going to spend some of my money on a G-Spec. But instead of a TM VSR 10, I might go with a JG BAR 10 only because the BAR 10 has higher FPS than a stock TM. The only upgrades I may do if I decide this is a new innerbarrel and MAYBE a new sear set.
 
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