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Old 01-30-2013, 11:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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SS-25 Semi Build - Which Frame?

I picked up this raw SS-25 body kit a little while ago and I think I want to build it up as a mech. I've settled on an all CCM front kit, a Sidewinder HPR, and I'll probably use a CCM bolt and cocking rod (although a lightning bolt and AKA cocking rod would look nice). I'm not sure if I want to use an AKA swing frame or a CCM frame.

I'm also considering having some subtle milling done to the body before sending it off to ano.











Or maybe a slider?







What do you guys think?



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Old 01-31-2013, 12:14 AM   #2 (permalink)
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All 3 frames look nice but i would go with the slider myself, the CCM frame 2nd. Depending on the milling you do your other choice could also look very nice on there. It looks great overall, i need to build something like this myself, other than a 98c or 2 i am without a semi right now, i streamlined my collection big time this past year.

I really like the barrel, i have been wanting one of those old CCM barrels for a long time.

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Get some ovals milled in it CCM/Works
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Ccm or slider
Why not both?

CCM Slider.... For super smooth shooting.
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Why not both?

CCM Slider.... For super smooth shooting.
They are great but spendy. They can double the price of a build, in this case it would be another %25 percent probably. I am partial to CCM sliders mainly for the looks, they look great, but as much as it pains me to say, most all sliders perform the same, you can get the same performance for under $50. You know all of this of course,
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The slider pictured has an AKA trigger plate and springs with a Belsales roller sear in it - it doesn't get any smoother than that!

Thanks for the input guys! I'll probably go with the CCM swing frame, and will save the slider for another build.
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They are great but spendy. They can double the price of a build, in this case it would be another %25 percent probably. I am partial to CCM sliders mainly for the looks, they look great, but as much as it pains me to say, most all sliders perform the same, you can get the same performance for under $50. You know all of this of course,
Well, I love the 86* slider, it's probably the best frame IMO for mechs and is just comfy on pumps. Now if CCM could make a J12 frame compatible with mechs... I'd be in heaven.

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The slider pictured has an AKA trigger plate and springs with a Belsales roller sear in it - it doesn't get any smoother than that!

Thanks for the input guys! I'll probably go with the CCM swing frame, and will save the slider for another build.
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