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Old 08-22-2008, 05:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question help with an 05' prostock pump convert

Just wanting to know if there are any recommended upgrades
pump kit
bolt
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feed neck
barrel

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Old 08-22-2008, 06:02 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 08-22-2008, 06:29 PM   #3 (permalink)
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^ agreed for the pump kit. bolt doesn't really matter all that much on a pump, maybe a delrin due to it being lighter leading to an easier pump stroke? the rest is all personal preferance.
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Nah, I'd keep the WGP aluminum bolt. The extra weight should help keep it from kicking back as much when firing one handed. Also plastic bolts always seem to drag inside the body over time, or are too small.

It shouldn't matter really. Since, I think, the 05's came with plastic bolts.
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I think the CCM Economy kit I have feels nearly identical to the Deluxe kit. Both are very
smooth and the Deluxe may have marginally less twist, but I don't really notice while playing.

I would also recommend the CCM return spring. I think the tension is just enough for their kit.
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Just wanting to know if there are any recommended upgrades
pump kit
bolt
asa
feed neck
barrel

Lemme know what ya think!
Thanks
Pump kit: Get a Hooptie. It's cheap, well made, smooth, and cheap. So what if it doesn't say CCM and carry a $70 price tag?

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Bolt: The stock bolt is perfect for a pump.

ASA: I'm really not to familiar with modern ASA's, but if there's nothing wrong with the one you got on your gun, then why change it? If yours is no good, I've heard a lot of praise for CP's ASA's.

Feedneck: I don't think you can change them on those guns very easily. The stock one is fine if you slip a tank o-ring between your loader and the inner diameter of the feedneck. Your loader will be quite snug, and there's really no out of pocket expense.

Barrel: Lapco 1 piece barrels are excellent, but if you don't have the $50, I understand CP's 1 piece barrels are also very nice. They're available in several colors, bores, and lengths and are only $30 new. J&J Ceramic is another inexpensive/high quality barrel. The TASO Power Series is a Lapco knockoff that happens to be a real charm too. I don't think they are made anymore, but can probably be picked up cheap on this forum. Excellent barrel.
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HOOPTIE on mine and I love it
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Old 09-04-2008, 05:16 PM   #8 (permalink)
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sorry i haven't been on to reply but thank you for all the suggestions.
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