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I am planning a massive all at once upgrade on my well l96 which include a pdi hop-up, tightbore, steel trigger sears, and an upgraded piston and spring.

I found this m170 spring:
http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=5713

And I have a few questions regarding this spring and some other stuff.

1. Will this spring titled as a 'vsr-10 and bar10 spring' be compatible with a type 96 sniper? And if not, where can I find a descent priced type 96 m170 spring?

2. Which tightbore is better: A 6.01 508mm or a 6.01 550mm

3. Does the pdi hop-up chamber come with everything I need for it (buckings and all)?

4. Will upgraded steel trigger sears be able to withstand an m170 spring as opposed to buying an entire new trigger box?

If someone experienced could please help that would be awesome and I would really appreciate it. The upgrades might be more expensive than the gun but I have lots patience to put it all together (I am a calligraphist, I have patience).

Also, I am thinking about building a wooden vsr-10 styled stock for the gun, because I think it looks more slender and less bulky. Would you recommend this?

Once again, I appreciate any help and advice you can give me. I like being a sniper, but a stock sniper can only get me so far...
 

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1. No. Pretty much anywhere.

2. A 6.03 509mm from Prometheus

3. No, just the chamber and a nub, you have to buy the bucking and barrel.

4. Yes, but the trigger box could crack.

The upgrades are always more expensive, that is just the way it is. :)

No, not really. I personally don't like it very much, but if it suits your fancy, it has been done before.
 

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I know, I already compiled all the links and prices together yesterday. After shipping and handling (which are pretty much free for high priced items), and after taking off money for discounts...

I am looking at around 180-190 dollars
 
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