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Old 06-18-2013, 11:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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j12 issue

I bought a ccm j12 used and took it out for a local pump night. The marker worked flawless for 500+ balls. However at the end of the night I was having a majour issue where I would pump (not using at, just regualr pump fire cycles), pull the trigger and it would have a delay form the time the trigger was pulled to time the ball left the barrel. At the start of the night the gun was shooting 290-288-286, by the end of the night it was shooting 260,261-262.

Anyone have a issue you like this?. It's seems to be a timing thing, but i dont understand how this would happen at the end of the night and not at the start.

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Old 06-19-2013, 12:35 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 06-19-2013, 03:31 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Yep call Mel. Also search this forum, I had the delay problam too. In the end I polished the sear to where it shoots reliably. Before you do that call CCM, not to blow my own horn but I am slightly mechnically inclined so for me it wasn't a big deal.
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Old 06-19-2013, 06:19 PM   #4 (permalink)
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The triger pin keeps coming lose and will fall out, which cause the triger to not seat correctly and either causes for a delay or for the marker to not fire.

My guese is because their are two tiny holes located next to the sear pin and the trigger pin that both pins are held in place with a tiny set screws. Atleast that what I hope it is.
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There is a tiny pin used to stop the sear dowel and trigger dowel from moving out. Those pins are held in place when you fasten the grip frame to the main body. You are best to call Rod Thompson to get replacement pins for your J12.
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The triger pin keeps coming lose and will fall out, which cause the triger to not seat correctly and either causes for a delay or for the marker to not fire.

My guese is because their are two tiny holes located next to the sear pin and the trigger pin that both pins are held in place with a tiny set screws. Atleast that what I hope it is.
If the pin is coming out sounds like the dowel pin that holds it in is gone. Like Seudog mentioned the pins are held in place by the frame when the gun is assembled. They are super easy to lose so it doesn't come as a huge surprise if they aren't in.

Time to call CCM.
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LOL! No legend here but thanks just the same. On the prototype J11, the dowel pin was a beast to remove. CCM made the hole for the pin bigger for this reason on the J12. I had to tap the heck out of the J11 frame, or blow air from my compressor to get it to fall out. Now that the pin can be removed easily, the downside is that it is also easy to lose. Each time you remove the grip frame, be careful about those pins.
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Old 06-21-2013, 02:26 PM   #10 (permalink)
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fixed it, used paper clips to hold the tirgger pin, marker fires no issues or delay.
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