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Old 03-19-2011, 03:55 AM   #101 (permalink)
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Yes,there was 4 S6.5 prototypes sold. A couple have shown up on here. They were a S6 with the top milled off and a T2 top tube installed. I didn't like it till one of the guys had his anodized black and gold and that sold me on a 6.5
so your referencing the T6.5 here, or you mean the 4 S6.5's that were sold at LL, or the ones like mine that were from the first run, and have P in the serial#?

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Old 03-19-2011, 09:49 AM   #102 (permalink)
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i have a raw works body that has a straight backblock like the S6 and J2L. i haven't seen any other ones like that. most have the p-block. anyone else see one. i could post up a pick if need be. it has the W on one side and has a wire detent.
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Old 03-19-2011, 11:03 AM   #103 (permalink)
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i have a raw works body that has a straight backblock like the S6 and J2L. i haven't seen any other ones like that. most have the p-block. anyone else see one. i could post up a pick if need be. it has the W on one side and has a wire detent.
thats a Works cocker. I don't know the exact story or the relationship between CCM and Works was.
i have come across a lot of them that have difference in the milling. Some P-blocks, some not. Some were minis other full body. Also the milling on the lower tube is different, some more oval than other, and the number of lower tube milling differs too. some have the W milled into the side some don't.
Works cocker for example:
full body, with the "W" and what i call the oval milling on the lower tube


almost the same as above, but minied and only three ovals milled


This one has more of a slot milling on the lower tube and has 4 slots. full body, p-block


another with the slot milling on the lower tube but only has 3 slots milled and is still a full body. also has a ball detent.


full bodied, wire detent, 4 oval milling, and a flat back block.


Here's a mini'ed, p-block, with 3 slot milling, and this one has a ball detent



It seems that the "W" is milled onto the bodies that have the Oval milling on the lower tube.
I don't know much about Works Cocker, I just noticed the differences that i come across when they end up for sale. Its really just my OCD going off teh charts. I have a full bodied, p-block, wire detent, that has 4 slots milled onto the lower tube. Its was drilled for eyes at one point, and i bought it as a body with internals, everything minus the frontblock w/ pnues and the frame. i will try and get a pic up soon.
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Old 03-19-2011, 08:17 PM   #104 (permalink)
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mine looks like the one 3 from the bottom. has the oval milled side and flat back block. thinking of making it a pump and taking the EZ grip handle and having the secondary rod mounted on the slab side of the body to get rid of the secondary rod plate and make a cleaner looking pump. can always cover up the hole with a front block if making it a semi. should look like a faux dual pump arm with the secondary rod mounted on top.
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Old 03-21-2011, 01:51 AM   #105 (permalink)
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This is the "Marine" J2 I referenced. I'm still waiting for it to surface again...
That's my old one, the one I bought from John Barrie, one of the "J"s in J2.
Some guy by the name of shadowcompany on here has it now.
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Old 03-21-2011, 02:06 AM   #106 (permalink)
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Here are a few things that might interest you.
The first pics are the original prototype for a lightened CCM gun.
The next is the Dark Cocker prototype.
I also have the very last actual J2 in the rough machined finish that was done before CCM sold to the current people.
I've got so much of this original stuff around it's silly.
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Here's an uprising John had for some reason. Kinda cool in pump form, with the electronic trigger and all.
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Old 03-21-2011, 02:22 AM   #108 (permalink)
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Here are a few things that might interest you.
The first pics are the original prototype for a lightened CCM gun.
The next is the Dark Cocker prototype.
I've seen a few of the lightened guns up this past year. That dark body is still my favorite of all the darks.
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Old 03-22-2011, 02:45 AM   #109 (permalink)
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I think this ccm marker might make the list. I asked Trevor, the owner to send me some pictures since he never comes on this forum anymore.
Here's some pics. He believes its 1 of 15 ever made. Only one to ever leave CCM ownership he thinks. Maybe Mel could help out.



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Old 03-22-2011, 07:10 AM   #110 (permalink)
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This thread is not helping me fight the urge to buy another CCM.......I must.......resist....... sell me your lovely guns!

Also, if my memory serves me correctly, the silver ggun above is a 1 of 1 gun made by a CCM employee, but I could be wrong.
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