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Old 03-22-2014, 11:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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New CCM T2 Prototype first out of the box play day.



Played with this marker today. I was a little worried that it seemed to develop a leak as soon as I started to play. It seemed to leak right down the barrel.

I couldn't make it stop. It leaked all over other players faces... backs... sides... Every time I pulled the trigger it seemed to leak terribly. In very straight lines - ball on ball - all down the field.



I am going to tear it down in the next few days and give yall a look under the hood. As far as performance, however, I was driving tacks all day. It shoots just like my other T2 and has bling to boot. I would like to do some reg testing - sweet spotting - and efficiency testing in the next little while to see what I find.

Until then - just know - it is another killer - straight out of the box - just the way Rod sends them out of the the shop.



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Old 03-22-2014, 11:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Hey that looks nice...since it leaks so bad you should send it to me. I will gladly pay postage.
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Old 03-22-2014, 11:51 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Got to play with Myron's one. I love it. It was super smooth, and was ball on ball.
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Old 03-23-2014, 01:03 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Old 03-23-2014, 09:31 AM   #5 (permalink)
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I think I like the old style better. Anything different other then the milling?

Wish they made some more full block T2s. I would buy one of those in a hart beat.

I do see a new quad rod pump handle. Hope I can buy that separate.

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I'm surprised u touched it seeing it's not black lol.
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Old 03-23-2014, 11:40 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Deadpool: It is that obvious huh? I actually lol'd on that one!

Mr Idiot: If you notice the bottom tube has been bored out to handle a sleeve. This allows the type of valve sleeve that the J12 uses. Unscrew the reg, unscrew the VRA - and the valve slides out.

This changes the internal dimensions quite a bit and I want to see if it changes any of the figures on consumption.

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Just to be clear about our goal with these guns we are just going for aesthetics and not better performance. We expect performance to be the same.

The cut thru was what I did on a manual mill and just demonstrate that the front can be cut without loss of air pressure.

These will not become the standard. We may only run maybe 50 a year. Just to be different.

I would like to do something like a Kapp flame style on the front. That would look cool.
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Wonder what you could do with this in conjunction with the insert style bodies...
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Just to be clear about our goal with these guns we are just going for aesthetics and not better performance. We expect performance to be the same.

The cut thru was what I did on a manual mill and just demonstrate that the front can be cut without loss of air pressure.

These will not become the standard. We may only run maybe 50 a year. Just to be different.

I would like to do something like a Kapp flame style on the front. That would look cool.
I am thinking, Bill, just from a full day of play, that this will be the case. That it will act the same from marker to marker. The ability to get to the valve is a plus, but the real plus is the depth of 3 dimensional milling that can be done.

I would love to see a KAPP inspired flame design.

To be clear from my end - it drove tacks - so it doesn't matter how it looks to me - as long as performance is not diminished. It certainly was not. For those that like a beefier pump handle - the quad rod design allows for that as well.

I think you have a great little addition to your line here.

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