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|02-28-2011, 04:28 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2008
ccm frame - mounting screws problem
Today I came across a strange problem. I wanted to mount a new 45 ccm frame on my sniper. I took off the wgp slider frame from my pump and noticed that mounting screws don't fit mounting holes in the ccm frame.
CCM frame came with screws screwed into the asa holes. Unfortunately they also don't go through frame holes, however they do screw into the body holes.
I didn't want to use to much strength no to cause to much damage, but really have no idea what can be wrong, any ideas?
|02-28-2011, 04:49 PM||#2 (permalink)|
You put the two screws that came with the frame into the body holes, but just a few threads. You will notice keyed slots on the top of the CCM frame.
You line the larger part of the slot up with the partially screwed in screws and then slide the frame forward. Once you slide it forward you should be able to see the 1/8" allen head through the small holes. Tighten them up through those holes.
It designed to "hide" the heads.
(This is all assuming it's a newer CCM frame)
|02-28-2011, 05:03 PM||#3 (permalink)|
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yeah they are machined to be hidden, a sort of "pocket screw" mounting style. Follow spoons instructions and you should be all set. if it came with 2 different sized screws the shorter of the two goes into the rear hole. If you put the longer one in the rear threaded hole it will interfere with the hammer travel.
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