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    hiya lads , here is what i have so far

    laylax zero trigger +orange piston
    laylax hop up
    laylax cylinder head
    laylax spring 150
    laylax spring guide

    madbull v2 innerbarrel

    now would it be worth me getting 2 barrel spacers??
    and also is it worth me getting the laylax teflon cylinder?? or as i have keep with the stock one??


    also has anyone placed resin in the stock to beef it up?? any advice on that more than welcome..

    thanks glen

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    Re: TM vsr advice?

    I have the same setup in one of my rifles.

    You dont need barrel spacers. I don't use them in mine and my rifle is bob on accuracy wise. The will illiminate the vibration so if you have the cash then it's a ncie addition but you certain don't NEED them.

    Same with Teflon cyclinder. You don't need it. tbh i think they are a waste of money. my old man has one in his vsr but i have the stock cylinder in mine and i cant tell the difference.

    I use a T-Towell wrapped around the inner parrel and also inside the stock sto quieten the rifle. Resin sounds a bit messy.

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    • #3
      Re: TM vsr advice?

      Originally posted by glenbrooks View Post
      hiya lads , here is what i have so far

      laylax zero trigger +orange piston
      laylax hop up
      laylax cylinder head
      laylax spring 150
      laylax spring guide

      madbull v2 innerbarrel

      now would it be worth me getting 2 barrel spacers??
      and also is it worth me getting the laylax teflon cylinder?? or as i have keep with the stock one??


      also has anyone placed resin in the stock to beef it up?? any advice on that more than welcome..

      thanks glen
      Sears are a must if you want to start upgrading power but apart from that then yes what you have is fine but i wasn't aware madbull did a VSR style barrel bearing in mind AEG ones won't fit. barrel spacers are pretty much a waste of money as you can make custom ones using electrical tape then PTFE to make it an exact fit. IMHO the teflon cylinder is a waste of money because the amount of difference it makes in bolt pull is negligible compared to a properly greased standard cylinder.
      I've used hamster cage stuff to fill my stock with but expanding foam works but can be messy.

      Hope this helps,
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        Re: TM vsr advice?

        thanks for the advice lads , also i have some high performance engineering grease with ptfe, is this ok to use on the cylinder etc??
        thanks glen

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