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Old May 14th, 2011, 22:02   #16
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This is actually pretty common on some sniper rifles I've seen with long barrels.
You did not break physics.
You've got a GBBR effect happening, between the weight of the BB and your hop rubber.

Through real world testing on sniper rifles with long barrels on an XCORTECH chrono, I've found that having your hop set higher forces more pressure to build up behind the BB, as well some heavier weighted BB's also increased the pressure but by a fairly small amount (10-15fps)
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Old May 14th, 2011, 22:04   #17
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My old VSR with the hop off = 450, with the hop on full it was 470

No matter what spring I used (all chronod on .20)

But the OP did break physics with a bad chrono. If you used a proper chrono you would get a very different result.
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