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Old 09-05-2006, 12:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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CCM Autococker/Minicocker Pump Kits

Ok guys, I need some help. I have recently purchased an Evolution Minicocker and I am converting it to a Sniper. My brother, Anonym, and I had put together this great idea on building a pump kit rather than buying a new one for $70-$80. So, with about $25 in parts, we got started and found out that the idea won't work with out some more custom parts. The basics of the idea was to use a Blazer ASA and an LPC, but we found out this weekend that the Blazer ASA wouldn't work because it would touch the trigger frame causing a ~1/4" gap. I could try to create something to act as a spacer between the ASA and the body, but I don't know if I can do this and keep the ASA from moving around. So now my delimma, should I continue with the custom kit or fork out the cash and purchase a CCM or WWA kit.

So, my question is: How do the CCM pump kits mount (especially on Minicockers) and do they move around or is there something that prevents this?

Also, if you happen to have a picture of a Minicocker with a CCM kit installed, I would love to see what it looks like.
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Old 09-05-2006, 01:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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all mini Cocker pump kits has the ASA intergrated into the guide rod, so they don't move around.
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So is it just tension from tightening the banjo-bolt into the mainbody that holds it all in place?

EDIT: I just noticed on the WWA "mock blocks" that there is a lip across the back bottom of the block. This would keep the mock block and ASA from moving, and would answer my question if I had asked about WWA kits. On a CCM kit, is there any thing similar that would hold the kit in place so it won't rotate?
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No the CCM kit doesn't have that,they can move around if not tightened up enough
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For a mini I think I would go with the WWA kit. I just like the ASA part better than the CCM.

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Well it was on my mind all day yesterday, so I ended up out in the garage making a piece that should keep the Blazer ASA from moving. I will hopefully be able to finish it up tonight and try it out.

If this doesn't work, then I am definately looking to purchase a pump kit made for a Mini. I like the looks of the WWA and the fact that it would stay put once mounted, but they are 3-4 weeks from getting more in and it is $77.49! I have found a CCM kit that is available now, but it is $79.95!
Has any one had any experience with either kit? If so, could you share some pros and cons about it.
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I havent personally had experience with either kit but everyone seems to be satisfied with both. I like the WWA asa alot but really only if it matched up to your body style, it might be quite off if you had something really custom. I think Evolutions have a pretty much stock cocker body towards the front, so it should work better.

I think that they are both worth the price though, I payed 100 bucks for a pump kit for a phantom. Its really worth it if you ask me.
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very happy with the CCM mini kit. nothing moves that shouldn't.
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well, I decided to finish my setup instead of purchasing a pre-made kit. I finialized it today and got to test shoot it. I must say it is very nice!! Pics will be up in the WGP section of the Armory.
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