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Old 10-16-2012, 08:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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T2 frame on a PPS?

I am looking for some final clarification on this. I have heard that a T2 86* frame will bolt directly up to a sheridan for sure, and have also read that some people say it will bolt up to superstocker as well. I was under the impression that the length between the bolts was different on a PPS than a standard sheridan, but I have never actually compared the two.

If that is the case, and I were to put a CCM 86 frame on a PPS, would I be easiest to get a standard CCM cocker frame, make a rail type adapter, and extend the sear to reach? Or is there an easier way to mod the T2 frame to fit?
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Old 10-16-2012, 09:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The T2 frame will work depending on your application, the sear may need some work to be right, the bolt holes for the frame line up on most brass guns but you may need to modify the frame a little depending on your application. It will fit but it isnt always a bolt on and go install.
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Old 10-16-2012, 09:26 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i put one on a pgp and it bolted up and worked fine right out the of the box. didn't need to modify anything.
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Old 10-16-2012, 09:32 PM   #4 (permalink)
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could you theoretically use that frame for a stroker? since the 3-way is behind the trigger rather than needing to pull a rod like on a cocker. Haven't looked at the inside of those frame ever, so I don't really know haha
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could you theoretically use that frame for a stroker? since the 3-way is behind the trigger rather than needing to pull a rod like on a cocker. Haven't looked at the inside of those frame ever, so I don't really know haha
No 3 way actuation on CCM frames unless its an 86 slider or a double trigger.
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The T2 frame will work depending on your application
I was thinking a superstocker. Either way I expected to have to mod the sear, but if the T2 frame would fit better on it than a cocker frame with an adapter, that's good to know!
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The holes on a PPS frame are farther apart than on a standard Sheridan.
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The holes on a PPS frame are farther apart than on a standard Sheridan.
Ok, that's what I thought D:
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The holes on a PPS frame are farther apart than on a standard Sheridan.
Seconded, with first-hand experience. If you look close at a PPS frame (the Sheridan-style one, not the snazzy new 45) you'll see that the front screw is outside of the trigger guard and not through it like it is on Sheridans.
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Thanks matteekay. So the rear screw is in the same place, and the front screw is in further ahead...I wonder if PPS will make one with standard sheridan spacing if I ask really nicely I'll have to ask them.

The reason I am willing to go through all of this is because I injured my wrist snowboarding a bunch of years back, and it is nowhere near as flexible as it should be. The 86 frame is MUCH more comfortable for me, whereas a normal 45 type grip starts to strain my wrist after some play.
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