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Old 04-12-2011, 11:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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S6.5 Thoughts

well i have recently started to look into getting a S6.5, but have a few Q's that i did not see mentioned elsewhere.

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whats the difference between different pump handles? does one have a smoother pump stroke?

Does CCM charge extra if i call and order everything to my specifications, as opposed to getting one on their ebay site?

and lastly, what does a S6.5 usually go for when you order it new from CCM (i dont see any on the ebay right now)?

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Old 04-12-2011, 11:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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well i have recently started to look into getting a S6.5, but have a few Q's that i did not see mentioned elsewhere.

Such as...
whats the difference between different pump handles? does one have a smoother pump stroke?

Feel of the grip. Same smoothness

Does CCM charge extra if i call and order everything to my specifications, as opposed to getting one on their ebay site?

No, but certain features have up charges to it

and lastly, what does a S6.5 usually go for when you order it new from CCM (i dont see any on the ebay right now)?

Call Mel, price varies with options

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Also... get ready to sell off your other guns cause this might be the last one you play with.
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Old 04-13-2011, 10:50 AM   #6 (permalink)
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the t grip is a little shorter than the others. just tried it on sunday and found that out
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Old 04-13-2011, 10:53 AM   #7 (permalink)
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IMO, the S6.5 is the best pump gun on the market right now, I absolutely love mine.

The main thing that will affect your total price will be barrel sizers and anno matching the barrel. My S6.5 I ordered to my specs, w/ a full kit, and matching barrel, and the new style fittings and I think it was @ $750, this was basically with all options offered. Ordering a gun to your specs will not make it cost any more than buying one readymade from the ebay store unless they are having a special sale or a limited profduction unit.

Like said above, once you shoot a S6.5, prepare to be dis-satisfied with everything else. Like many of the regulars in this section know, there is nothing like a CCM, regardless of what the haters will say, nothing compares, I have tried about everything and I choose to shoot CCM's.
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I prefer the EZ handle to all the others. Ergonomics make it the most comfortable for my mitts.
Base price for a S6.5 in dust finish is $525. This includes different standard color accent pieces.
Base price fora S6.5 in gloss finish is $600. This includes different standard color accent pieces.
This price includes any style grip frame 86* , 45 or thin 45, a standard barrel and one sizer of your choice, a on/off asa and small rail, tools to maintain the marker, a barrel bag, and standard macro fittings.
Anodized macro fittings, extra sizers are at additional cost.
Shipping is extra.
I am a dealer and can help you if need any further assistance.
Here is a picture of one we just had done.

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I ordered my 6.5 last month total came to about $640 for dust finish, a full barrel kit, and CCM colored air fittings.
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I've been hearing about this hard anno, it's not listed under their colors, does it cost extra?
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