Hey everyone! Im going to show off my JG BAR-10! Im going to start off saying I had TONS of help from various members on these forums and help from others on a diffrent forum. I cant thank everyone who has helped me enough! I also had some help from local friends to do some of the custom work. I dont feel like I give this rifle justice by calling it a JG BAR-10, enough work has been put into to call it a VSR-10 in my opinion. Theres just a few more things that I want to add onto this rifle to make it even better, but heres what I currently have. -JG BAR 10 -PDI 6.01 inner barrel -LL Z-Trigger -LL 90 deg piston -LL Spring Guide -Element M145 Spring -Polar Star Cylinder Head -Nineball Purple Bucking -Custom Outer Barrel -Custom TDC Hop-Up -Custom cut hop-up arm Im shooting a man-sized target easily at 300-350ft w/0.28 bbs and minimum hopup. I have 0.4g & 0.36g bbs on order. I havent calculated exact groupings at "X" distance with "Y" weight bbs yet, but that is coming soon. Each of my shots seem to be very consistent, I havent had any "fliers" out of the 50 shots I was testing with. The FPS is roughly 550-570 w/0.2g bbs, closer to 500 w/0.4g bbs. The Element M145 Spring was advertised 500-530 fps, but its a little stronger than that. This rifle is pretty light, the bi-pod makes the rifle a little front heavy. I may counter this and help silence the rifle by filling the stock with some kind of foam or clay. Im also looking into padding inside the sides of the stock to help silence it. Here is a terrible picture I took with my camera. Frontside, you can see the TDC mod here. Cylinder head - Polar Star What a fantastic airseal these guys get! Heres the set. And the Z-Trigger My camera died while taking pictures, I will be posting more soon! Things Im working on, or plan on changing.. 1) I also have a LL 6.03 inner barrel. When I have the time to compare and contrast the two, I will see which one I will keep in it. 2) The next thing im looking at is the R-Hop or ER-Hop, for now the Nine Ball Purple Bucking and TDC mod are keeping my shots extremely consistent and accurate. 3) Im going to cover the stock of my gun in gaffers tape or "sniper" tape, then paint over it. Im just doing this to help it blend in more and give it more of a "custom" look. Ill also be covering/painting the bi-pod and scope aswell. 4) Currently the rifle shoots extremely hard. Im looking into putting a lesser spring in there to keep the fps down to stay closer with the field rules. Not to mention make the bolt pull a little lighter. 5) LL Piston has been fixed, it catches just fine. But I may replace with a Polar Star if I have an issues in the future or I have the extra cash. Like I said, there is still work I need to do to complete this rifle. If anyone has any input or feedback, please let me know! Im always looking for ways to improve.