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|04-24-2011, 04:15 AM||#11 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Santa Clarita, SoCal
I think that's what I like most about my T2
I can configure it in so many different ways.
Having 2 different top tubes, a Cram'nJam, and a Stock feed gives me full versatility.
CCM's are well thought out machines.
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|04-24-2011, 04:53 AM||#12 (permalink)|
Join Date: May 2009
Hmm when did they lower the hole for the reg? My 6.5 (#40) I have to remove my fitting every time to pull the frame off. Very annoying.
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|04-24-2011, 10:34 AM||#13 (permalink)|
Red - Black
It was after I got mine too (#14) - you can order another reg top that has a lower hole.
However, it makes no sense that you have to remove the fitting. The frame can come off without touching the reg. Simply loosen up the screws a turn or two - slide the frame back - pull the trigger and pull the frame off.
Then the reg should just spin off.
|04-24-2011, 01:57 PM||#15 (permalink)|
I copied this from over on PBN.I have not verified this rule myself.
"31. 3 man – 5 man Pump Division
31.01 Pump Marker. A Pump Marker must be manually re-cocked between shots. This is performed by moving the handle or the grip forward and then back along the barrel of the marker. Pulling the trigger in these markers causes the hammer from the previous pumping action to hit into the valve stem, releasing air and pushing the paintball through the barrel. It is the player's duty to pump the marker. The pump action will reset the hammer and allows a paintball to drop into the breach, and pumping back forward will allow the hammers sear to come into contact with the trigger.Any pump marker that is “AutoCocker “ based must have a beaver tail. (Except the Karnivore)
I guess we best get on with our internal cocking rod.
|04-24-2011, 02:49 PM||#16 (permalink)|
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|04-24-2011, 06:10 PM||#19 (permalink)|
i mean one way, your basically making a tube with threading on one end
*with maybe slots milled in each third of the way around, that way your odds are pretty good that it will line up with the threading to have the slots be visible
and the other way, your making a tube thats threaded on one end, thats been turned down off a larger tube to allow for a feedgate holder thingie
best part of this is, you can do whatever length you want (if you do the phantom type) and you dont need to re-do the feed system, it just screws right into the pre-existing hardware, thats one less thing for you to make/design.
"cram and jams, and for an extra (insert dollar amount here) we'll include a stock class tube as well"
|04-24-2011, 06:51 PM||#20 (permalink)|
Red - Black
Findings on Efficiency between the CCM S6 and the T2 - Work in Progress.
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