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There are only a few decent ones on the internet that have the following:

1. Quality Pics
2. Explain each step thoroughly
3. Pics are still up (not deleted)

This being the Airsoft Sniper Forum, we need to have ourselves a VSR takedown guide. We have all kinds of guides, and somehow we don't have a VSR guide. And that is one common rifle. :-/

Basically, this thread is asking for a take down guide, and a good one at that.

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fuzzywolly said:
There are only a few decent ones on the internet that have the following:

1. Quality Pics
2. Explain each step thoroughly
3. Pics are still up (not deleted)

This being the Airsoft Sniper Forum, we need to have ourselves a VSR takedown guide. We have all kinds of guides, and somehow we don't have a VSR guide. And that is one common rifle. :-/

Basically, this thread is asking for a take down guide, and a good one at that.

Thanks!
Lol, should have asked about a week earlier!
 

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Ahh... sorry guys! Bad day for me!

First, I went to shoot my AEG, and it was having electrical issues. First I thought the wire was crimping, but it was some issue with the trigger block. So I opened it up, and the trigger block broke off. At least I had an extra :) Then, I decided to re-shim, because the spur was feeling a little loose. So shimming the RIGHT WAY (closing the GB each time) I got a nice shim job after a few hours of work. Then, I decided to try out some new mags for my VSR-10, but the mags would have to squeeze to fit it, so I'd always have to take apart the stock/receiver to get the out. So, I took a x-acto knife + dremel and shaved them down enough so they fit good. Now, I have a game today (hence the tuning yesterday) so I might not be able to get it up until tomorrow.
 
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