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fastev 02-16-2008 11:29 PM

Frame question
 
Hi Bill,
I am trying to get the final word on a topic that has been open for a while. I see a lot of people call many CCM frames "rare", but I'd like to know which, if any actually are from a production standpoint. I'm selling a SV with an 86* single slider and factory autotrigger. Personally, I've seen a fair number of those, but others seem to think they are not that common. Can you comment? Thanks!

Tigwldr 02-17-2008 12:01 AM

I have seen several for sale around different forums. I don't think its rare as you are being told it is.

CCMachinist 02-17-2008 12:43 AM

The 86* slider and hinge frames are pretty low production.I would guess 200-300 of each.Maybe less than that. The slider was probably the least produced.Of course the new 86* there is more and is still in production.

fastev 02-17-2008 01:15 AM

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Originally Posted by Tigwldr (Post 318952)
I have seen several for sale around different forums. I don't think its rare as you are being told it is.

That's just it, I figured they were fairly common as I've seen quite a few. I just find it funny that nearly every for sale add you see for a CCM marker lists it as having a 'rare' frame, regardless of what frame it actually is.


Quote:

Originally Posted by CCmachinist (Post 318977)
The 86* slider and hinge frames are pretty low production.I would guess 200-300 of each.Maybe less than that. The slider was probably the least produced.Of course the new 86* there is more and is still in production.

Good to know, thanks! Did all the sliders come with autotrigger?

CCMachinist 02-17-2008 01:48 AM

I'll have to think about the a/t.If you have one on yours they were all made that way. Most of them went on semi's.I'm thinking the sliders were pretty low numbers.Next time I see Jason ,I'll ask him if he remembers.


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