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Old 04-25-2011, 08:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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CCM guns - condition as received?

When buying a new gun (T2) from Chipley, how are they shipped? Assembled, or in pieces?

Does CCM set the reg at 300psi and sweet-spot the gun, or will I need to do that when received?
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Old 04-25-2011, 08:07 AM   #2 (permalink)
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when you get it in the mail, its in a box, excellently packed with padding, fully assembled and tuned to play as soon as you get it.
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Well you do have to screw in the rail and ASA but they have allen wrenches in the box.
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It's not a T2, but that's what it looks like. The screws, fittings, rail, and ASA are not installed. They're also tucked into the foam, but for the picture I had set them on top of the foam. Packed VERY nicely.

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Pretty much what most people said.

Tools Needed: Allen Wrenches (Provided with gun), Adjustable Wrench, Teflon Tape, Razor Blade (If Needed! See details)

Step 1: Using the provided allen screws, grab the ASA rail and attach to the bottom of the grip frame. Screw it in tight.

Step 2: Attach the ASA. These use smaller allen screws to loosen and tighten the asa onto the rail. Position the ASA on the rail where you like it. Make sure there is enough room for your tank gauges to screw on without hitting the grip frame. Tighten one screw, then the other, and go back and forth until they are both tight and the ASA will not wiggle or slide.

Step 3: Attach the ASA 90 degree fitting. Now here a special part... The ASA fitting can go into either side of the ASA depending on if you are left handed or right handed. Put it on the side you prefer. Use your wrench to tighten it in and angle it the way you like.

Step 4: On the other side of the ASA is a cap style fitting that blocks the hole on the side you are not using. Undo this, and put on teflon tape to help seal it up. Re-install.

Step 5: Attach the macroline. Use a razor blade to cut to length IF NEEDED!!! This may not be needed depending on length of provided macroline. But if it is, give yourself some extra room / length. You would rather have the line be an inch too long than in inch too short.

Step 6: Gas up and enjoy.

Other notes: Your vertical regulator maybe tight, or maybe a little loose. A little loose is OK!! You can take up some of the looseness if you really don't like it by adding an o-ring into the guns vertical asa before screwing in your regulator.

When gassing up the gun, you will need to pull the cocking rod back first. If you don't, gas will just dump down the barrel. If you screw in your tank and you hear air going down the barrel, pull the cocking rod, or just pump the gun. I prefer the cocking rod method as this ensures there will not be a ball in the chamber.


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Old 04-25-2011, 11:17 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Thanks, Painthappy - a much more detailed response than I was expecting. Appreciated!

I am a long time player and tech my own guns, so no problem w/ "some assembly required". I am pretty new to pumps though, so just getting all my waterfowl arranged in a linear array. I was mostly wondering whether I'd need to set the reg pressure. I don't currently have a pressure gauge rig, although I aim to correct that oversight shortly.

Just to confirm - the guns have also been sweet-spotted before shipping?

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Just to confirm - the guns have also been sweet-spotted before shipping?
Yes, every marker that leaves here is chrono’d and tuned prior to shipping.
Once it gets to the end user a little fine tuning +/- 5-10 fps will be required to counter paint/weather/air source etc.
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Yes, every marker that leaves here is chrono’d and tuned prior to shipping. Once it gets to the end user a little fine tuning +/- 5-10 fps will be required to counter paint/weather/air source etc.
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Old 04-26-2011, 12:11 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Just to add to the above posts, and hopefully not beat a dead horse, the contents of your box will look vaguely like this:



Allen wrenches inside the barrel bag.
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