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Old 12-15-2008, 02:23 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Old 12-16-2008, 01:12 AM   #12 (permalink)
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I just mQ'd my CCM'd Works and I put an uber light valve spring in between the back black and the cocking rod and it works perfectly
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I just mQ'd my CCM'd Works and I put an uber light valve spring in between the back black and the cocking rod and it works perfectly
Hmm, that's interesting. Do you also use a return spring in the handle, or is that pretty much it?


Another idea I had this past weekend was drilling and tapping the pump handle for a set screw in the lower pump guide. It would go right in line with the pump guide, and be adjustable from the front. If necessary, I would also drill and tap a hole for a set screw underneath the pump handle to help lock it in place if needed. However, I'm not sure how well the threads would hold in Delrin.
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Delrin holds well,,, it's held on to the pump plate by screws right,lol?

That fix your thinking about sounds cool,,, if you venture that far don't forget to post pics!
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Hmm, that's interesting. Do you also use a return spring in the handle, or is that pretty much it?


Another idea I had this past weekend was drilling and tapping the pump handle for a set screw in the lower pump guide. It would go right in line with the pump guide, and be adjustable from the front. If necessary, I would also drill and tap a hole for a set screw underneath the pump handle to help lock it in place if needed. However, I'm not sure how well the threads would hold in Delrin.
I put it in with a rather stiff spring in the handle so i took it out for now but I plan on finding a longerspring to replace the valve one in back and i plan on finding a new less stiff one for the handle
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Delrin holds well,,, it's held on to the pump plate by screws right,lol?

That fix your thinking about sounds cool,,, if you venture that far don't forget to post pics!
Oh yeah, that's right! LOL

I will definitely post pics if I go that route.

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I put it in with a rather stiff spring in the handle so i took it out for now but I plan on finding a longerspring to replace the valve one in back and i plan on finding a new less stiff one for the handle
You could try a Phantom return spring cut down a bit for the back. I know it fits well on the lower pump guide. In stock length on the guide, it works okay as a backstop on my setup, but I just don't like the different feel.
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