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The J-Hop Testing Thread

24595 Views 47 Replies 17 Participants Last post by  arcticd
Before even reading this post, i suggest you take a look at this thread first and read through all the pages so you understand what the J-hop is and the many possibilities available.

Unfortunately, the thread on airsoft society has seemed to dwindle off a bit, and i haven't found much more testing done on this. If your going to take a stab at this mod, please share your results with everyone here so we can learn from each others mistakes and find a good solution. Once we find something that works, this will be a much easier method to making R/ER-hops or any type of hop for that matter.
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Seems like it has already been done; there was a guide on airsoft-barracks.

Also, I thought J-hop was original name for flat hop?
I didn't see the topic on airsoft barracks. A link would be great if you could provide one. I'm sure everyone here would be interested in reading about it.

I was under the presumption that the flat hop involved flipping the bucking inside out and grinding off the "bump" and "alignment lip", basically allowing you to rotate the bucking to use a smooth factory molded surface of the bucking. Then using a new hop nub of some sort (nerf dart, eraser, etc) to push the smooth surface down into the hop window. But I'm new to all this, so maybe I presumed wrong. Someone please fill me in if that's the case.
This one just used liquid rubber/brush on electrical tape.

As far as I know that was how flat hop was; it works fine except it might have durability issues(while R-hop, on the other hand, does not).
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