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Old 01-15-2011, 01:43 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Thanks still waiting for her to be born any day now. Yeah the sterling is really nice, I think there is only one other out there that I could consider nicer.
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lube the shaft and warm the o-ring up in your hand by rubbing it back and forth between hands. then it should go on easier.
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Old 01-16-2011, 08:43 AM   #12 (permalink)
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i was thinking about ordering a t2 and had a couple questions
what is the difference between a t2 and the new s6.5?
i see a couple places on ebay that sell them one being the ccm store and the other one does perorders.
is it cheaper/possible to call the company to order?
for what these are posted for in the b/s/t it seams silly not to just buy a new one and get the warranty and pick a color combo right?
any recomendations on setup wouuld be appreciated. i think i like the thin 45 or 86 grip i dont need it to be stock class. the t-handle looks comfy. and ill be using co2
one more thing. im a lot more comfortable w/ a stock phantom than an undercocker because they are so flimsy (at least the 2 kits ive tried)
i assume the pump handles are real stable?
thanks for the help.
i think i can just about swing one of these.
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The difference between the S6.5 and the T2 is that the T2 is a modular system where the top and bottom tubes are separate pieces. This leads itself to colour customization a little more then the S6.5. Also if it is your cup of tea you can get a left/right feed option or a breach insert top tube for the T2. I like the breach insert top tube because I can run what ever cocker barrel I have sitting around and not worry about roll outs.
The S6.5 is a halfblocked S6 (Duh) and has very similar features to the S6. They are a solid marker that lends itself more to the type of guy that likes to autotrigger like a fiend rather then one ball people. The T2 is more a finesse player's marker and the dual guide rods are not as beefy as the one on the S6.5 and you do get a little more "wiggle" with a T2.
Both guns are hafblocked and you do have to be mindful of when you get shot near the sled/blackblock, because if you get down in the hammer area it does cause some nasty velocity fluctuations.
The grip and pump is a personal thing and I could tell you what I like but it might not work for you.
Any CCM will run on CO2. The Reg is based of of the old BLAST Torpedo and it does give a little more room then the newer style regs (CP, PE, Dye, etc) for the CO2 to expand. I have run my T2 on CO2 but it isn't as consistent on it. CCM doesn't really suggest it because the seal on your poppit is an o-ring and we all know what happens to o-rings when they are exposed to lots of liquid CO2: the get all hard and leak. If you are planning on running your CCM on CO2 exclusively, I would at least pick up a Palmers Stabilizer (I don't know about the valve). They are rock solid on CO2 and do have a over pressure vent for when you get lots of liquid CO2 on the reg.
Lastly, I would phone CCM. Mel is a great person to talk to and can tell you exactly what they can build up and the wait times for anything that is not in stock at the moment.
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Old 01-16-2011, 05:19 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Very well put possum!
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Old 01-17-2011, 12:12 PM   #14 (permalink)
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i was thinking about ordering a t2 and had a couple questions
what is the difference between a t2 and the new s6.5?
i see a couple places on ebay that sell them one being the ccm store and the other one does perorders.
is it cheaper/possible to call the company to order?
for what these are posted for in the b/s/t it seams silly not to just buy a new one and get the warranty and pick a color combo right?
any recomendations on setup wouuld be appreciated. i think i like the thin 45 or 86 grip i dont need it to be stock class. the t-handle looks comfy. and ill be using co2
one more thing. im a lot more comfortable w/ a stock phantom than an undercocker because they are so flimsy (at least the 2 kits ive tried)
i assume the pump handles are real stable?
thanks for the help.
i think i can just about swing one of these.
Feel free to call and talk to us. Well be more than happy to answer any questions you have.

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i feel bad everytime i call them because im pretty sure i talk too much.

finally, TEST GUNS OUT. everyone can say that a certain set up is the greatest thing since sliced bread, but to you it could be crap.
You dont talk too much! It awesome seeing people so gung-ho on pump.
I definitely agree with testing the different options out so you can find what suits you the very best if its possible.
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Old 01-17-2011, 04:50 PM   #15 (permalink)
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i apreciate the responses. i know its not even what i was considering but i got a deal on this s6 i couldnt refuse.
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Old 01-20-2011, 12:03 PM   #17 (permalink)
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gun came in the mail today ! put my freak kit on it and some medium loktite on the beavertail.
i cannot believe how nice it works. ive got a phantom, 68 mag and some other nelson stuff compared to them you hardly feel the pump stroke. this thing blew my mind. i can understand where the extra $s go now.
so i put some silicon lube from smart parts on the bolt is that ok?
it seams fine on co2 w/out doing anything to it shooting 280
anyways im happy
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Old 01-20-2011, 01:09 PM   #18 (permalink)
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check out TFs sticky for maintenance/care. The delrin bolt needs zero lube (lube = bad as it can make the delin swell). CCM (Rod) told me to use 1/2 water and 1/2 rubbing alcohol as cleaning spray and just wipe the outside of it and the bolt down with it. As far as lubes go, CCM uses/recommends: tri-flow for oil and super lube (http://www.acehardwareoutlet.com/(tc...px?SKU=8138307) for grease. But there are other greases that work great too.

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Old 01-24-2011, 01:33 PM   #19 (permalink)
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For grease I would recommend Slick Honey. I've had nothing but good experiences with that stuff. (My DM loves it too!)
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