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Old 08-30-2010, 03:01 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I wouldn't mind if they made just frontblock bits again...
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Old 08-30-2010, 03:30 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Legal "bitching" from wgp? Yeah, how dare they complain that virtually everyone hopped on the "autococker" bandwagon and basically took money out of their pockets by making mechanically exact replicas of the product they engineered? Its funny that it is even being asked "Why doesn't CCM make another autococker?" Well, b/c WGP made the autococker, not CCM. Its the same as asking, "When is Microsoft going to make an iPod?". I love CCM, I truly truly TRULY do and am not directing this at them at all. Just saying that if I owned WGP and watched how that whole thing went down, I'd be "bitching" too.

And here's my theory about why they don't make "autocockers" any more...because there is very little money in doing so. And the demand that is there for them, is adequately supplied by continuing to sell their top-of-the-line components. Just a theory.
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Old 08-30-2010, 03:44 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I wouldn't mind if they made just frontblock bits again...
They still do bud, they make all the pneumatics still, and you can get an entire frontblock kit, I did a few months ago for my S5.
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only thing CCM dosent have for a semi is a trigger frame.
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only thing CCM dosent have for a semi is a trigger frame.
Which is still the best frame out there. It's so smooth and snappy . The built in snatch grip is brilliant too.
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This CCM frame???






ah yes!!! SWEEEEEET

as MCB and PBNation user Pump stated::: "the more i see this gun, the more i wanna see pneumatics on it hahaha"!!
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Even if you eblade it, you still need a new asa because of the guide rod sticking out in front.

See, it does work, I just did it, but now I must remove these sinful parts off her.

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Not gonna lie that is sweet. Did the very round front of the marker cause the block to twist on you any?

Honestly all they need to do is make there asa's with holes and trigger frames with actuator rod holes in them.
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Not gonna lie that is sweet. Did the very round front of the marker cause the block to twist on you any?

Honestly all they need to do is make there asa's with holes and trigger frames with actuator rod holes in them.
It twists a little because of the roundness, but the evil frontblock also has fins in the back of the frontblock to reduce that. nothing a little torque + a little blue loctite cant solve
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