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Jello78 12-12-2012 02:48 AM

Half Vs Full Body
 
How many CCM owners on here own either a half block or a full block body from CCM?

Jordy7 12-12-2012 02:52 AM

I have a S6 and even though I have tryed the half blocked guns I just don't like them as much and stay with the S6.

nostayhome 12-12-2012 02:55 AM

I have a J2,S5rf and a S6.5 but shoot the S6.5 the most. I really wish CCM would build a mid-block though!!

BLachance75 12-12-2012 08:41 AM

I'm all about full body guns.

David A. 12-12-2012 08:54 AM

Have a T2, recently traded it for a buddy's S6 for a game, I was very happy to get my marker back. Not sure I understand why anyone would want a full block? Heavier, protrusion off the back waiting to bang into my goggles and top heavy when it has a 13/3000 tank and 50 round hopper, though it was very nicely made.

Mr. Hick 12-12-2012 09:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by David A. (Post 2560374)
Have a T2, recently traded it for a buddy's S6 for a game, I was very happy to get my marker back. Not sure I understand why anyone would want a full block? Heavier, protrusion off the back waiting to bang into my goggles and top heavy when it has a 13/3000 tank and 50 round hopper, though it was very nicely made.

Some people (like myself) grew in through paintball with an Autococker. I found the transition from full block to half block to be a little PIA but for some it's simply not do-able. If you learn everything about shooting a paintball gun through one design it is difficult to use another. Nelson's can be a real PIA for me to shoot being that I have shot far more stack tubed Sheridan style guns.

shredxcam 12-12-2012 01:13 PM

Had a t2. Hated it

BLachance75 12-12-2012 01:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mr. Hick (Post 2560379)
Some people (like myself) grew in through paintball with an Autococker. I found the transition from full block to half block to be a little PIA but for some it's simply not do-able. If you learn everything about shooting a paintball gun through one design it is difficult to use another. Nelson's can be a real PIA for me to shoot being that I have shot far more stack tubed Sheridan style guns.

For me it is purely looks. I simply like the look of a full body gun with a beavertail. Also the moving backblock is just so badass.

I have no problem shooting a halfblock gun, I liked the T2 I had, but I love my S6. I actually don't have many problems switching to a Nelson, or even an electro. However my muscle memory and the time I have spent shooting the S6 makes it easier for me, a lot less to think about while playing. SImply point and shoot.

EgoPossum 12-12-2012 05:56 PM

I have used all of CCM's line up
I own a T2 and 03 J2 semi and have borrowed an S6, J2L, and S6.5. I have held/fondled the J12 but haven't played with it (yet)
I prefer my T2 when I play pump. It is small, light and points sooooo well!
My 03 J2 is one of my favorite guns that I own (I have an STO with a roller slider and sear that is very close to it). It went back to CCM a few years ago to get tuned up and CCM made it work that much better. I love the frame on it (86* slider)

senghing27 12-12-2012 08:29 PM

I'm a full body fan.
I've shot/owned/held pretty much everything in the lineup and at the end of the day, full bodies FTW!

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