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Old 02-15-2017, 09:13 AM   #166
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So there's nothing anyone would like me to add to the database? I'll monitor this for the next day or so, then it'll be another several months until I log in again. I see an r-hop question right on the front page of General Sniper Talk, so give me either information to include in the OP or just a link to a thread with the info.

As a side note, since this is a sticky you can't really necro-post as far as I'm concerned. If you have more r-hop questions, it's totally okay to post it here rather than make a new thread. Questions asked here stay at the top, new threads get lost pretty quickly. I did make this thread to try to net as much info about r-hops as possible.
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Old 01-09-2018, 11:41 AM   #167
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Ok straight to the point; What the fuck is wrong with people? Why arent people no longer glueing their Rhop patch?

IF YOU DONT GLUE YOUR PATCH, when you press your patch with bucking and chamber around it it will go inside the barrel, when inside the barrel the back corner of the R hop patch sticks out and then your BBs can get stuck to it giving random overhops which is one of the reason why the INVENTOR OF R HOP says you have to glue the R hop patch from every corner. There is also no fucking way that a patch that just sits on the barrel gives as consistent hop up like a glued patch would.

I have been talking about this on the ASF facebook pages twice and there have been 2 retards claiming how stupid i am for glueing the patch with R hop, great fucking advice.
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Old 01-23-2018, 03:24 PM   #168
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Yes, absolutely! You have to glue the patch for it to work right...but a side note to the side note, just to be perfectly clear, ONLY glue the bottom flat edges, NOT the curved part. Oh yes, I've seen it...hehehehe
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Old 05-12-2018, 10:28 AM   #169
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Even if the front part of the rhop sticks out it wont cause jams, normal hop rubbers which have straight down nub wont cause jams even though they have straight edge on the barrel too.
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Old 09-02-2018, 07:16 AM   #170
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Only things I have done is wrap my bucking, and cylinder head threads with teflon tape, did the Tdc mod, and made extra inner barrel spacers.
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