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Old 09-03-2008, 01:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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ccm series 6, co2?

howdy ccm, love your markers. Anyway, i was wondering if there is anyway to spring, and or modify the internals to run co2, from factory? Hell, i mean they're just autocockers. I love the way it looks, it's lightness, etc, but I would like to run them directly on 3.5, and such. I mean can ccm make internals for unregged co2 series 6's? My guess would be no. Or in that case, can your order a series 6, with no internals, reg, etc?

yes i know i could just build a sniper from a prostock or whatever, but wheres the originality, and FUN in that?.

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Old 09-03-2008, 01:31 AM   #2 (permalink)
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The pump stroke would be harder with no reg to lower the pressure, but sure.. You could respring one.
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Old 09-03-2008, 01:33 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I have been told that the CCM Pumps have a larger air passages than the Pre-2k cockers for low pressure operation and 12 gram efficiency suffers due to that. You would be better off getting a Pre-2k Cocker and slapping on some CCM parts. You could install a devolumizer where the banjo bolt screws into to decrease the internal volume. I recently built 2 Pre-2k snipers with stock WGP regs set to 300 PSI with the stock springs and a full helping of CCM Parts and they are running beautifully on C02 or compressed air.
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Standard (non SS25) CCM guns use 2k internals and 2k sized valves and such.

They are made to run at a certain pressure (i think like 400?) which means without different springing and possibly a different valve, they will need to use a regulated air source.

That means you can screw in a Co2 tank to your stock CCM gun and use it.

It will work better with anti siphon

It will work best with anti siphon into a female stabilizer into a fatty stabilizer.

But it will work fine with a co2 tank bottomline into the CCM reg. I did it for a while on my S5 semi and with the pneumatics it is more likely to cause problems..and it didnt.
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Here is the odd thing. A buddy just ran a 12 gram into the reg on his Series 6 Prototype - he was getting 25 good shots!

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That's pretty good TF, better than I would have expected.
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Someone should definitely make a low volume regulator specifically for 12 gram co2 efficiency use.

Just for kicks.
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Someone should definitely make a low volume regulator specifically for 12 gram co2 efficiency use.

Just for kicks.
Like a Palmer stabalizer with the LP spring pack?
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Like a Palmer stabalizer with the LP spring pack?
I think he meant low volume. As in less space for the CO2 to expand, which would make better effeciency. Unless the low pressure springs are bigger or something, I doubt it would do this. Actually a lp reg would have to be bigger!
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