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Old 09-23-2010, 04:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Will the lower tube kit work in any cocker? Wondering if it'll work in my 2k5 Superstock. If so you're going to be shipping another order to Pennsylvania
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yes, it will work in a 2k5 superstock.
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Because CCM machines to much tighter tolerances than WGP does - you may find that the hammer will fit a little tight. This is rare (it has only happened once to me in all the snipers I have built) but I had to take a bit off the hammer to get it to fit.

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also because the hammer is longer than the stock one you need to insure that your rear frame screw doesn't stick up into the lower tube, mine just barley did, keeping it from cocking, either a shorter screw or some dremel tool action will solve this if its a problem for you
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