First Look at CCM's Newest Pump Gun
CCM's newest and latest offering, to be released tomorrow (later today actually), is their newest pump gun.
While the pump gun still currently lacks a name, what it doesn't lack is new ideas and style.
New Valve Cartridge
Integrated Rail for ASA built into the Grip Frame
New Mini Regulator
Addition of a 14" barrel length
Twist Lock / Release Bolt (no more pin to pull)
This gun is still currently considered a prototype and will not be available for sale right away.
CCM will have a booth set up at Living Legends tomorrow, so please make sure you stop by and check out the newest addition to the CCM line up.
Save up your pennies folks!!!
We would like to thank the fine and gracious hosts at CCM for giving us the chance to have a look at their newest wares. A big thank you to Rod for taking the time to take the gun apart and show us how it all comes together and works.
More photos below:
See all the stuff we get to do late at night? Well actually really early in the morning... We love Rod and Mel and this new gun really is a piece of work. Very neat setup on the inside. Should be an interesting gun.
Sexy, sexy stuff. CCM never fails to impress!
I wonder how much this pump is going to cost. No Hitman mod? Say what? I can't wait to see the finished project. The front block could use a bit more milling.
I love CCM guns but good grief that is ugly. The internals sound win though.
14 in barrel, integrated rail and internal autotrigger are very appealing, especially because the rail and barrel will probably be available for current models. As is the metal trigger although I liked the delrin one on my S6 more than I thought I would.
Like the ideas, the looks, not so much. I think something more "T2 esque" would look better.
Is the rail becoming to other CCM guns too?
Pretty broad step in terms of the looks. I'm curious as to what a .45 frame would look on it. Also the front part could be a bit sleeker to match the lines toward the back. Very nice, very contemporary overall.
Can I believe that it takes T2 tops so I can stick a right feed on it? And the new bolts work with that body? :D :D
ooh woah, two screws in the grips now?
Not too shabby. It's only a prototype so I'm too worried about milling, I think they should name it r7 or something like that because when you look at the right side of the marker it looks like a lower case r but when you look at the left side it looks like a 7. :)
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