Welcome to Wolverine Airsoft Europe, the Leader in HPA Innovation !
Wolverine Airsoft aims to bring the better level of technology and performance to the airsoft market by taking complex ideas and turnig them into simple and smart designs. Focusing on the growing market of HPA (High Pressure Air), we
create our products as reliable and convenient as possible and preserving true performances of HPA.
SMP, inferno, hydra
We are first known for the creation of the Wolverine Single Moving Part or SMP, a true evolution of the HPA technology. It's a high performance HPA sytem that
only use one mobile part, a solenoid valve, and can virtually be mounted into every long airsoft replicas on the market. Then we took everything we learned from the SMP
to add a true evolution to the next serie. That's how are born INFERNO and HYDRA systems. The EVOLUTION SERIES
is thinked to be more scalable and provide more flexibility when you switch your HPA system in another gun.
The STORM regulator is available in two versions : OnTank and InGrip. The STORM OnTank is the littlest regulator on the market
with the better refresh rate. The STORM InGrip can be mounted in the grip of a standard M4 rifle.
Wraith co2 stock
For those who are seduiced by the HPA technology but who don't want to carry an air tank, Wolverine Airsoft brings them the Wraith CO2 Stock solution. This stock
allows to use your HPA system with 12g CO2 cartridges. It offers the same performance and can shoot up to 200 bbs with a single cartridge !
bolt, hpa in your sniper rifle
For sniper rifles lovers, we created the BOLT HPA system. The BOLT converts a spring activated sniper into a badass HPA rifle ! It's also compatible with a special version of the WRAITH stock.
reaper, bolt system in your aeg
We brought to you the simplicity and the performance of Bolt in your aeg rifle thanks to the Reaper HPA System.
From the launch of Wolverine Airsoft, we received a lot of requests from many countries to create a HPA solution compatible with offset nozzles of
airsoft rifle as M14, P90, etc... So here come's HYDRA !
The INFERNO HPA system is potentially compatible with any gearbox with a centered nozzle : V2, V3, M249 and many more.
Succeeding the SMP and taking advantage of technological advance of the HYDRA, it can even accommodate offset nozzles to the latter thanks to the EVOLUTION KIT !
People often ask us wich HPA regultor we recommend. The Wolverien Airsoft STORM is the only one you need to take advantage of the full potential of your HPA system.
All our systems work perfectly with a high or a low pressure and the STORM had been specificly designed to play airsoft. Furthermore, our STORM regulator improve the optimization of the use of air
for more savings and optimal performances.
You now have a total control on your replica settings in the palm of your hand ! Thanks to the Wolverine Airsoft FCU Blutooth you can adjust the Dwell, the rate of fire and the
Burst mode directly from your smartphone. The app connected to your FCU allows you to see and change the settings in real time.
The HPA revolution, the Wolverine Airsoft BOLT system replace the spring system of your VSR airsoft sniper to convert it to high pressure air.
The BOLT gives you a smooth handling, but mostly an extrem silence and a deadly accurancy. It does'nt need a FCU to work and is also compatible with the WRAITH CO2 Stock.
Tokyo Marui VSR 10* (Cylinder required)
Echo1 PSR 10* (Cylinder required)
JG Bar 10 (Cylinder not required, but recommended)
Echo1 M28 (Cylinder not compatible, use the stock one)
Ares M40 (Cylinder and customization required)
WARNING : Some replica brands or some replica versions claims to be compatible with VSR, but there's some little differences that can create some issues withe the BOLT system.
If you don't see your gun in the list above, contact us before to purchase.
*Stock cylinder used in this gun has different threads that are not compatible with the included cylinder head. We strongly suggest using our offered cylinder, however a compatible cylinder head is available from us upon special request.
A few technical highlights from the BOLT
Electro pneumatic: This means there will be a small battery, but NO FCU. The trigger simply attaches to the outside of the trigger box and is actuated by the trigger. When actuated it powers the valve and fires the bb. This means the consistent output of a solenoid without the complexity and battery drain of an FCU.
Exclusive 3-way valve design created by Wolverine Airsoft and manufactured by MAC powers the system.
NO MOVING PARTS: During the firing of the bb nothing in the system moves other than the Solenoid Valve opening.
Patent Pending Air Saver™ Technology: Allows you to simultaneously save up to 50% of your air per shot and match the volume air output of the system to the barrel.
Optional 1 Piece aluminum bolt simplifies the installation especially on guns where the cylinder head is pinned to the cylinder.
Will have the option of using a special version of our WRAITH for self-contained co2 cartridge use with no external air line. ~150 shots per cartridge is possible even at 2+Joules!
Input pressure(subject to change): 80-180psi.
Output Energy: 1-4+J depending on setup and bbs used
So what’s different between this and the GEN2 Inferno?
The Reaper is best thought of as a combination of the technology from the BOLT, with the packaging and a few design pointers from the GEN2 Inferno. The Reaper is a single solenoid, closed bolt design, compared to the GEN2 Inferno’s Hybrid open/closed bolt design. The Reaper is a fixed volume system, meaning it has a reservoir which is charged before the shot and then released to fire the bb. The GEN2 design is a direct flow system where air flows directly from the line through the solenoid and will continue flowing as long as the valve is open.
So which is better?
That’s sort of like asking which is better: A sports car or a hot hatch? Both will do about 90% of what we do in a car (get to work, pick up the groceries, etc) equally well. But the experience will be a little different getting there, and they will each have their own set of advantages and disadvantages when compared. In this analogy we think of the GEN2 Inferno as the hot hatch. It’s incredibly versatile and will get virtually any job done admirably well. The Reaper has a natural advantage in areas like use as a DMR (due to it’s closed bolt design and incredibly quiet operation), or semi only applications, but is a little less flexible when it comes to some other things like higher ROF applications. Like the sports car and the pick up, most of the time the choice comes down to preference as most of us usually don’t use either vehicle to its full potential very often.
But the closed bolt system on the Reaper is going to be more accurate and consistent than the Hybrid bolt design of the Gen2, right?
Maybe. While the closed bolt design is certainly the gold standard of the hop up tuner, extensive testing with both systems has brought us to the conclusion that while the closed bolt design does have a slight edge in absolute terms, the average user probably won’t notice a huge difference. In short: the hybrid system in the Gen2 is extremely refined and yields excellent results from CQB to DMR, but the BOLT technology which the Reaper inherits does slightly top it in the consistency category. Here’s the catch: inconsistencies and faults in how either system is installed, set up, tuned, or how the hop up is configured, will VERY quickly drown out these differences. Like the BOLT, what the Reaper offers here is: by combining the closed bolt design with the consistency of the direct solenoid firing, you get the best possible performance for your hop up configuration. Also like the BOLT, it can’t fix a bad hop up, barrel, or gun.
So What do you mean by “Electro Mechanical”?
This is a configuration exactly like the BOLT. There is a simple, robust wire harness, and a battery. No FCU is needed to power the system. The wire harness is connected to the stock trigger switch in the gun being used. (no you don’t have to worry about burnt trigger contacts etc as the current draw is much lower than an AEG) This allows the gun to operate in semi auto without the cost and complexity of an FCU, and makes for a very affordable, robust system, perfect for a DMR, Semi-only CQB, or a milsim build. Because there is no FCU there is no parasitic drain on the battery so you don’t have to worry about killing your lipo if you forget to unplug it after the game, and playing in the rain or snow is a non issue because there is no FCU to be damaged.
The Air saver technology: Does that make it more efficient than the GEN2 Inferno?
The air saver increases the efficiency of the dump chamber style design between 15 and 20% depending on your configuration. However the GEN2 Inferno is such an incredibly efficient system, the numbers end up being extremely close. In our experience it depends on the set up which design is more efficient. (please note: our efficiency numbers are based on the prototypes of the Reaper: some adjustments have been made for final production which we expect will slightly improve the efficiency so this is subject to change) One advantage the Reaper does have on efficiency is that the air consumption is not affected by the tuning of the dwell. So right out of the box you will be sure to get 100% of the efficiency the system has to offer.
So do you have to set the dwell at all then?
Yes and no. Many people will find that out of the box there is no need for adjustment to the dwell at all and they are happy to keep the setting the way it is. The dwell time on the Reaper controls how long the nozzle stays in the back position, so the dwell needs to be high enough to allow a bb to load, so if the dwell is set to low, you will need to adjust it up to allow proper feeding, however this can be done without the assistance of a chronograph as it is quite obvious when the system doesn’t feed.
Below is the list of our european distributors. This list is for airsoft professionals. For individual customers, please consult retailers list.