Originally Posted by Talfuchre
Just mill off the T.
Honestly Deuce - I used drops for the longest time too - but what I found was that the point and aim of a drop did not allow for smooth transition from lefty to righty - AND - if it felt right in my dominant hand - it felt like **** in my non-dominant hand.
A straight rail is popular for a reason - I think it is because you can switch to your off hand easier - and your point and aim is more natural.
So - do you shoot off hand all that much?
This is simply my opinion.
I wonder, too, is CCM going to release a .45 grip for the J12. With that said - I enjoyed the 86 degree - the grip is a little thin for my hands - and with no wrap around options - it is one of my FEW caveats about this marker.
With that said (
), it isn't a deal breaker. Gun shoots really instinctively for me.
That could work, but I'd hate to start cutting on something that pretty.
I do shoot offhand a good amount, but besides feeling awkward (due to service connected injuries) I don't have any issues with the CCM drop.
I do also have mixed feelings about not being able to use my Hogue grips (I love them) but that's not a dealbreaker.
Originally Posted by CCM CHICK
It is something Bill and Rod have talked about, but I havenít gotten any definitive answer on which way that will go.
Thank you, Mel.
Originally Posted by Floundah
45 option and take the tail off the back and I would be sold
It's the only thing from the pics that I don't think flows all too well.
I actually think it looks good.
Originally Posted by super_stanchy
lol i think it should be longer, give it more of a handle to hold onto when your walkin around
(i carry my t2 by the back of the lowertube, cant really do it with the j12)
Built in snatch grip?