Originally Posted by lurkingknight
rhop isn't just about range, it's creating more consistency. By separating the mound from the bucking, the bucking only has to function as airseal, so this supposedly creates better consistency in fps and tighter groupings within the effective range of the gun. \
I find the range on my gun acceptable, more would be better, however if r-hop lets me hit a sheet of paper consistently at 40-50m instead of a mansized target, now we're talking more practical use.
With proper tuning, that is easily achievable with a standard hop setup.
Please don't take this as a snobby comment, but I see a lot of users just throw money at problems buying up trick hop sleeves hoping that it'll just work out of the box.
All hop-ups, the R-hop included does require some tuning and fiddling. Also, some hop rubbers are better than others.