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Old 11-17-2008, 07:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Any info on this gun?

I recently got what I think is an S5 based on the serial number but I haven't seen one like this before and was wondering if anyone knew anything about it. Is the copper/silver anno unique?

I'll get some more pics up once I've got it up and running. It shot fine when I got it but now it seems to be leaking from the valve.

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Old 11-17-2008, 08:22 PM   #2 (permalink)
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May be a 1 of 5 CCM S5 Creamsicle.

The valve leaking down the barrel is likely one of two things:

1) You are running low on air in your tank

2) The reg pressure is too low (I think?)

This happens because the CCM's are sprung sooooo lightly (thus the buttery pump stroke)

Congratulations! What a fine looking marker!
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I got it off of Ebay.

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I don't think that's it. I got the marker (it was filthy) and I cleaned it up with the help of my local paintball shop guy. We got it back together (never removed the valve) aired it up, sweetspotted the reg and chrono'd it. It was very consistent.

I took it out to play on Sunday with a full tank and it started leaking, bad. I had to play with my phantom yesterday and my buddy and I tried to figure it out today. He was stumped because the valve looked fine and called CCM. THey are going to call him back.
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Sweet marker. I saw that on Ebay also. Was tempted to buy it. But gotta save cash for christmas. I am also stumped as to what the problem is. Good luck w/ the fix dude.

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DOes it leak all the time? or does the leaking stop when the marker is cocked?
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DOes it leak all the time? or does the leaking stop when the marker is cocked?
Leaks all the time.

Got it on Tuesday aired it up. Cleaned it up and chrono'd it.

I had it out the rest of the week, just cocking the gun getting used to it around the house, switching hands in front of the TV.

I think I shot it again Thursday or Friday, just a couple of reballs.

Aired it up on Sunday morning (a little chilly) and it gushed air.

Took it completely apart at the shop, removed some teflon tape in or near the valve, put it back together and still leaks.

The reg is regulating (I don't know the pressure since my buddy was teching it) and seemed fine.

Could cocking the gun without air damage the valve ?
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Quick question:

If it is the valve, do I have to replace it with a CCM valve or can I replace it with any autococker valve?
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The valve can be replaced with any standard autococker valve.

The valve stem in the Series 5 was made of some type of plastic (Delrin?) and could possibly snap, although I have never heard of that happening.

I was unimpressed by the original series 5 valve stem, however everything else about every CCM marker I have owned has been top-notch.

Have no fear, either MCB or CCM will get you up and running.

Perhaps if you can sit down at the P.C. with a full air tank, camera and tools we can work you through it tomorrow...

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