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Old 01-04-2013, 10:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it adjustable?

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No and mine breaks at 1/8''.
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you have the adjust it by screwing that rod that engages it in or out of the pump plate. Mine's right at 1/8 from ccm
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you have the adjust it by screwing that rod that engages it in or out of the pump plate. Mine's right at 1/8 from ccm
I'm pretty sure CCM would not recommend adjusting that rod. By doing so, it will also affect how soon or late your hammer will engage.
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you have the adjust it by screwing that rod that engages it in or out of the pump plate. Mine's right at 1/8 from ccm
This is correct.
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because if i AT slowly, it wont fire until after the backblock hits the body....

if i just pump and shoot it, it will cycle when the bolt is all the way back in the cocked position too...
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I'm pretty sure CCM would not recommend adjusting that rod. By doing so, it will also affect how soon or late your hammer will engage.
I'm aware. I called Rod and he told me that that's how it was adjusted but it should be set from the factory which mine is and there are no threads left to screw it in any further
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I'm aware. I called Rod and he told me that that's how it was adjusted but it should be set from the factory which mine is and there are no threads left to screw it in any further
Totally agree as mine is screwed in all the way too. I tried unscrewing my back block one turn and I was able to get it to break at 3/16. I'll try and play with it this weekend and see if there is any downside to doing this.
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Totally agree as mine is screwed in all the way too. I tried unscrewing my back block one turn and I was able to get it to break at 3/16. I'll try and play with it this weekend and see if there is any downside to doing this.
the threads on the pump arm that hold the backblock on also end so that the backblock can't over extend and ride on the body
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the threads on the pump arm that hold the backblock on also end so that the backblock can't over extend and ride on the body
I previously put a piece of macro line in the pump handle to shorten the pump stroke length. But I see what you mean if I left it stock.
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