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Old 08-06-2008, 06:16 AM   #11 (permalink)
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This is MCB. Not PBN.

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Try to be kind to folks even if what they say is not what you wanted to hear (or asked about at all) I dont even know what simmy was talking about regarding the nelson and sheridan based things. All CCM guns are sheridan based.
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Old 08-06-2008, 07:51 AM   #12 (permalink)
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My bad and no offence taken. I thought that the difference was in the internal valving. Need to go back to MCB school. Please forgive my ignorance.
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Old 08-06-2008, 09:08 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Simmy,

To finish the off topic. The SS-25 had a spyder valve and was minied. The Series 6 prototype was built on this same chassis. There are 25 of those. The Series 6 is built on a full bodied Sniper frame with a CCM sniper style valve.

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Old 08-06-2008, 06:02 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Yeah well Bill and I are stumped and we where both around before the SS-25. Lame I know.....

Onthe flip side, thank you so much for posting the old warpig video!! It is cool getting to see all the guys in action. Definitely the smile of the day!
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I am confused about the SS-25? What is the difference between that pump and the S-5 and S-6 Pumps?
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I am confused about the SS-25? What is the difference between that pump and the S-5 and S-6 Pumps?
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TF just summarized the difference between the markers a few posts up. Essentially, the SS-25 is a Sniper style marker with spyder-esque dimensions on the internals. The S-5 is an Autococker compatible Sniper marker, though scratch built by CCM. It has the same flat slab look to the body as the SS-25 though (not that that's a bad thing). The Series-6 is the Series 5 milled down as much as possible with a few other nice little refinements and finishing touches.
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What do you mean Spyder-esque dimensions on the internals? I thought it has cocker internals.
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No, the SS-25 has a different diameter lower tube. The valve is Spyder sized.
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