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Old 02-07-2008, 08:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Whats the Difference in CCM Markers, S5, S6, SS blah blah?

Whats the difference between the CCM pump cockers, S5, S6, SS-25, J2, etc? I have a 98 Evo-Pump and a sc buzzard but I'd like another open class gun thats more purpose built, that and my fiance has taken over the evo when she plays. I know theres some difference in the valves but thats about it.

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Old 02-07-2008, 09:06 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Read this review:

Pumpenstein CCM - Series 6 Review

This emphasizes the differences between the S5 and the S6.

Also - Read this review:

This explains exactly what the S5 is about:

Pumpenstein Series 5 Basic - Ongoing Review

The SS-25 was a Mini'd Cocker body with a Spyder valve inside and a different front block to accomodate it.

It also had a body tapped to accept a Spyder feedneck. This was designed to make the SS25 modular so that it could accept a Stock Class feed. The SS25 was an attempt at a hybrid - a higher pressure marker, slightly more efficient, that could be run stock class.

The S6 is a sea change for CCM in their commitment to open class play and not stock class.

If I were you - I would buy a S5B or a S6 - if you have the money - buy the S6. It is the premier open class marker that is purpose built in my opinion.

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Old 02-07-2008, 01:51 PM   #3 (permalink)
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just get an S6 and know you've got the best open class pump available, ever...
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Old 02-07-2008, 01:53 PM   #4 (permalink)
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just get an S6 and know you've got the best open class pump available, ever...
*waits for pyre fan boys to come over*
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Old 02-07-2008, 01:55 PM   #5 (permalink)
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*waits for pyre fan boys to come over*
I can almost feel a pressure wave...

I have owned markers from CCI, PPS, and Carter Machine, so my next pump might/will be a Chipley. I might get an SS-25 so I can use a stock feed, but the S6 looks so damn nice.
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I have owned markers from CCI, PPS, and Carter Machine, so my next pump will be a Chipley.
spoke to LORI about a pyre yesterday...
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Old 02-07-2008, 02:58 PM   #7 (permalink)
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You know I love the idea of an S6 being so lightweight but I really dig the looks of the SS-25 and S5's better. Thanks for all the info too.

Whats a pyre? This ones new to me.
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spoke to LORI about a pyre yesterday...
Thanks for fixing it.
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You know I love the idea of an S6 being so lightweight but I really dig the looks of the SS-25 and S5's better. Thanks for all the info too.

Whats a pyre? This ones new to me.
A Pyre is pure sex goo in the form of a marker, or so I have heard. Think of a Blazer, but turned into a purpose built pump with a built in stabilizer and specially milled body.
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You know I love the idea of an S6 being so lightweight but I really dig the looks of the SS-25 and S5's better. Thanks for all the info too.

Whats a pyre? This ones new to me.
It's PPS's new pump.
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