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    'Cocker/Sniper pump kits?

    Who, in the collected opinion of the Mighty MCB, has the best currently available pump kit for a 'Cocker/Sniper?

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    Slice. Lots of options, high quality and feels great in the hand. And you can actually buy one!
    Was hugely disappointed with the ID drift kit. Great features but terrible pump handle means it felt terrible to use.
    CCMs are great, but hard to find in stock. Prefer EZ pump handle.

    But as with anything, comes down to personal preference and comfort. I have a pump review covering multiple kits in the pump section.
    https://www.mcarterbrown.com/forum/p...mp-kit-comparo
    Last edited by Cdn_Cuda; 02-22-2022, 01:15 AM. Reason: Add shameless plug for my own comparison thread
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      #3
      Out of the available ones, I'm a big fan of the Slice kits. I am not a big fan of Inception's handle shape, though the quality of their parts is excellent.

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        #4
        I have not used the inception in anything more than, pick up marker and pump a few times

        So without that on the list, slice

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          #5
          The set screw on the Slice kit pump plate seems to work itself loose. Sure could try some loctite once you get it set where you want. I've heard of others also have issues with the secondary guide rod being off and causing rough stroke.

          In my opinion, CCM is king.
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            #6
            Thanks guys. I both need one for a project and wanted a better idea of what's considered a good kit, for the pumps I need to make for the Vee-Twins. Cuda, that review was very helpful, thanks, specifically.

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              #7
              My two favorites are the CCM EZ Grip and the WGP Vendetta

              ODM makes a bunch of cool custom color handles for the CCM kits to I have a few of them I really like.

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                #8
                CCM makes the best universally well liked pump kit.
                It is basically the same design as the ID pump kits, but the handles from ID are either loved or hated. I like them but they don't fit every hand. The ccm handles are more universal shapes.
                Need Inception Designs or Shocktech Products? Let me know!

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                  #9
                  CCM kits are awesome, but I always find the handle to "plane" and my hand is always slipping on the handle ... I wish they had a little more texture/grippiness to them.
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                    #10
                    CCM is the benchmark for quality, but like others have said the Slice kits are super nice. I would be happy with CCM/Slice/Vendetta
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                      #11
                      Definitely comes down to preference.

                      That being said, CCMs are hard to find, and I personally have never used one. From my experience, I'd say the Slice kit. The only "real" complaint I have is the return spring isn't stiff enough for my taste. But that can, of course, be altered. The pump handle is the absolute best I've ever held. Definitely shell out for the middle or top models so you get the secondary guide.

                      Here's a review I wrote a while back if you feel like reading. There's pictures too.
                      https://www.mcarterbrown.com/forum/p...ice-kit-review
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                        #12
                        So I want to say it was Sanchez or someone else but i seem to remember someone putting bearings that ran along the main pump arm inside their pump handle. Am i just remembering a one off or was that ever produced seriously? That was probably the smoothest pump stroke i ever used if you can find that one or make it.
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                        • Altec

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                          I vaguely remember this too. There was a pump kit that had linear bearings on it.

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                          Niche Pump Kit

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                          Niche made one with bearings but it was only a select few kits for the high end cocker they made. I don’t think they ever sold them separate. If they did it was very low numbers. The standard slice kits don’t have bearings in them. The one I shot was not very impressive. I thought my CCM was just as smooth if not smoother. The Niche was all aluminum tho that’s kind of cool you can Ano it to match. But bearings in aluminum on stainless wasn’t as smooth as Stainless on Plastic IMO. You felt more. Not that it really makes any real world difference.

                        #13
                        Ken from Kpcs had made some for cockers. If remember correctly, everyone like how solid they felt, did not move or shake. I have one that one of these days I will be putting on a cocker.

                        Geez maybe I need to start pairing down some markers.

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                          Originally posted by glaman5266 View Post
                          . Definitely shell out for the middle or top models so you get the secondary guide.

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                          Yes this, the low end kit is very different from their middle or top end stuff

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                            #15

                            1. (Autococker) My phantom handle over a deadly wind carbon fiber barrel with a Delrin bolt is the smoothest pump I have.
                            2. ccm with polished stainless guide and aluminum weighed handle is a close second/tie.
                            3. inception genesis kit $$ > drift $$$
                            4. My slice feels cheap but I have the low end one. Maybe the more expensive ones are better.

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