They are new vsr-10 hop up levers with a few neat features.
The levers were designed with 2 things in mind.
- Use a straight bar, instead of 2 fingers, to interface with the hop up rubber.
- Shallowly increase the lever’s sliding bar angle.
The first design, the solid bar, is good for 2 reasons. It is sturdy and it is better for use with fingered hop up rubbers.
Well, when using 2 fingers or an H-hop combined with fingered hop rubbers, you basically put pressure on the side of the fingers, producing an inward bend.
A solid bar on the other hand, will interface with the hop up rubber from top-center and downwards, putting more pressure and emphisis on the gap of the fingers to stabilize the top of the bb.
The increased slider angle should be a bit more straight forward. Basically,as the slider moves the lever up and down, the increased angle allows more of the nub to be engaged into the rubber. This allows you a great range of motion for the lever and thus a wider range of hop up setting for your rifle.
Is any of this scientifically proven? No. Just my educated guess.
I am looking for beta testers, so anyone looking to try this out, gimme a heads up