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|05-08-2008, 09:58 PM||#11 (permalink)|
When I need answers about my CCM, here is the first place I go. I have learned alot coming here, and will continue to do so even if another site is started. There are great people here who know alot more about markers than I do. Had efficiency problems with my s6 prototype, all that is resolved now, just had to ask here and the easy solutions started coming out. I would rather ask someone who hsa been at this longer than myself than fool around forever with time consuming experiments. Not to say that I do not enjoy learning about my markers inside and out, but a helping hand goes a long way. Thanks to all of you who post up answers to new CCM owners like myself without any hesitation. Thanks to all of you at the factory who undoubtedly produce the best pump markers on the market today. Keep up the good work, it is appreciated.
Carolina Riot Scenario Team
Playing Hard...with Honor
|05-12-2008, 01:57 PM||#12 (permalink)|
We, (both Bill and myself) try to be more than readily availble for questions or concerns people may have throughout many of the forums. I think the CCM owners group was as previously stated slow and a bit stagnant and there seemed like there was minimal interest. That site was never maintained by a CCM employee, it was a customer ran set-up.
As for the Jersey's Shiba-Kun,
Animal Paintball did a run of them (yet again not done through CCM, but by a customer request) as far as I know and understand all you have to do is call up and order one and they already have the design on file. They where fairly inexpensive as well.
~Mel @ CCM
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