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So I know we all love our VSR-10s and I have had mine for a while and frankly I am surprised It took me so long to make this video and figure out this mod. Basically creates a sort of magpul for you VSR-10 mags, let me know if you like the video with a like or some comments. Please subscribe it really helps and I put out some cool content ranging from Mods and Reviews to Gameplay. The reason why I put it in this section is I want for more people to know about this mod because it really made playing with my VSR so much more enjoyable. If you want me to move it into somewhere else let me know and I will (if I can) but I didn't want it to get lost in too many sub-forums and become more difficult to find.
Hey guys, So I just used my VSR 10 Pro sniper and a lot of people didn't feel the hits from a distance and mine is chrono'd at 303fps using .20 bb's. My upgrade plans are listed below, please let me know if it's a good buy, I want my gun to be accurate and be able to shoot around 550fps. - Action Army Zero Trigger Kit VSR-10 - Action Army 430mm 6.03 Tight Bore Barrel - Action Army Teflon Cylinder - Action Army Perfect Hop-up Chamber - Action Army Spring Guide - Action Army M150 Spring - Nineball Hopup Bucking Thanks again, have a good day
After owning multiple airsoft guns, I have come across the need (several times) for screws for the VSR. Whether it be in the trigger box or one of the main screws for the body, I have dropped or lost a screw and has ruined my rifle. Has anyone experienced this as well? Let me know. Maybe I could help find the screw size or send you the correct one. Cause its not cool if you can't pew pew. =)
Though I did a fine job storing my rifle in every way I can think of, my Nine Ball bucking managed to degrade enough to get a bit of a split. I normally use heavy BB's (~.4) and shoot very hot (though sometimes I reduce FPS for a field). I've noticed there's been an increase in manufacturers' disclosure of specifics- 70, 75, 80 degree hardness? Does anyone know the durometer (I think that's the hardness measurement being used here...) of Nine Ball bucking? What should I know about hardness in reference to bucking? Or is there a certain company which just has a better reputation I should go with, regardless of numbers? Thanks!