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Old 05-06-2012, 06:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question CCM private team marker?

I recently got this marker in a trade and I am wondering if anyone has seen it before or knows anything about it.

Any CCM employes have any input on this marker? Maybe you where around when it was milled.

The previous owner said that it was a CCM team marker. Back when CCM did not make their own bodies. (Before Bill)

Serial Number is 60041
Custom milled and Anodized WGP RF body

It has KAPP lower internals, CCM delrin bolt, CCM back block? (1st run?/old CCM pump kit), Benchmark frame with aluminum grip panels, older style CCM Regulator same as J2 and Check-it on/off asa that was put on by somebody else due to personal preference.







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Old 05-06-2012, 06:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Awesome gun for sure, I don't know any history on it but that does look like a really early CCM pump kit. If you ever sell the pump kit I would love to add it to my collection. I am curious to see the story behind this marker myself, it really looks great. It could be one of the rarest CCM's in existence.

I would guess from the serial number being where it is on the body it could be a milled WGP body but who knows who milled it.
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Old 05-06-2012, 07:03 PM   #3 (permalink)
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looks like something REALLY nice u have in ur hands there bud!

def. a wgp milled body... but by who??? im sure "someone" will have some info on it

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Old 05-06-2012, 07:20 PM   #4 (permalink)
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CCM will settle this at some point.

My guess is this is an older (pre-'99) RF cocker from Freeflow or some similar outfit that has been gussied up a little bit with an older CCM reg, back block, bolt and rod.

The pump kit looks to me like one of the Chinese-made CCM knocks offs, although if the marker is pre-'99, it could have been an early prototype.

Sorry to be the skunk at the garden party...I may well be wrong about all this.
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Old 05-06-2012, 09:06 PM   #5 (permalink)
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CCM will settle this at some point.

My guess is this is an older (pre-'99) RF cocker from Freeflow or some similar outfit that has been gussied up a little bit with an older CCM reg, back block, bolt and rod.

The pump kit looks to me like one of the Chinese-made CCM knocks offs, although if the marker is pre-'99, it could have been an early prototype.

Sorry to be the skunk at the garden party...I may well be wrong about all this.
If the pump kit is a knock off, wouldn't you think PBN would be full of them marketed as SUPR-RaRe.

Doesn't TF have one of these kits? I remember seeing something a while back that looked like this.
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The pump handle is the right shape and has the right ribbing but i don't remember if they had a logo on the front. I don't recognize that logo but it could have been an early idea. The guide rod nut looks strange but i have only seen a few pictures of these old pump kits and have not seen one in person so i have limited experience in ID'ing them.
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Early early custom CCM gun. AND AWESOME!

Before they were making production parts and guns they were a custom machine shop.
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...what is the lettering on the right side of the body, right above the reg?
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...what is the lettering on the right side of the body, right above the reg?
Yes that is the Serial Number 60041

I some how knew BigOldSkool would chime in at some point.
I am glad to see the story matches up.

This is one hell of a shooter, I am glad I got it.
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