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Did New CCM Pumps Get a huge price increase??

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  • Chuck E Ducky
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    MadMan springs are like $14 they are well balanced. Nothing super special about CCM internals.

  • Stilgar
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    Awesome, thanks!

  • Cunha
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    No stilgar you can just call CCM and order it will probably be a few dollars for a spare part like a spring. Their lower tube kits have been as cheap as any for the longest time and only recently did they go out of stock.

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  • Stilgar
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    Oof... After 10 years I thought I would replace my springs. Maybe I look elsewhere

  • Magageddon
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    Not just pumps, everything CCM is seeing a price jump to those in that circle. A set of CCM Autococker lower tube internals just sold for 130 on ebay. Normally they retail for 60-70 on their cite, but have been out of stock for some time. I decided to check CCM out agai, because I needed a valve for my s5, luckily they had some in stock and at 30 a piece, that was perfect compared to considering bidding on that ebay auction

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  • Siress
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    Originally posted by Cunha View Post

    I am on this quest on behalf of all the lenses and mask noses in the world. For every person that has never tucked in real tight with an autococker/sniper and just JAMMMED that beavertail so deep into their mask but they were in the heat of battle and it didn't matter.

    They work good though. I admit that. Thats why the reverse P block gets a pass.
    I cracked a JT spectra lens the first time I used an autococker. My muscle memory was so strong that every time I'd start to shoot, I'd thwack my lens a few times. I couldn't even tell you what model autococker it was now, but I remember struggling to replace that lens.... ugh.

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  • gabe
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    I'm convinced that CCM guns are like Tesla stock. Every time I'm convinced they're overpriced the price just goes higher. Good a time as any to buy one now and profit in 5 year's time.

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  • Cunha
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    As of yesterday I went from #23 to "I will be contacting you no later than next week" so they have done around 20 guns from Dec 22 to Jan 25

    If anyone cares to get an idea of their production rates when they're rolling out a batch of guns.

    I haven't bought a new gun RETAIL since I bought my first blowback, but the way I helped justify dealing with the extra price of a new gun is I imagined what it would look like if CCM suddenly decided "nah we aren't making paintball stuff anymore"

    I don't even really want to think how much I'd be willing to pay for a CCM gun in the configuration I wanted most when no new ones were entering the market.

    As it stands, they still make guns. Lucky us. I was never a fan boy but their stuff continues to get better and continues to be made with no compromises and the list of paintball companies making something with the same kind of strict quality is very small today and I don't see it getting much longer.

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  • Cunha
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    For some perspective on current production, from nov 5 to today dec 22 I went from #29 to #23 for an S6.5m

    About the half block vs full block - no worries to each their own. I like how half blocks look, but I think mid blocks are the best to keep things a bit more enclosed, but I don't like the CCM MBP styling. I like the S6.5m because I like the feedneck design not bolt on style, which is why I didn't keep my S6.5 long. Minor stuff all around, all CCM guns are good.

    I don't like the length of full blocks but at least I wish CCM would switch to evo length bolts and reverse P blocks which does save a bit of length out the back side + looks cool. And I do agree that standard cockers have less exposure to debris but I don't mind blasting out my lower tube with water every day of play and then blasting it out with oil (if I don't feel like moving that hammer lug to do it right)

    Its all good.

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  • Teampredator00
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    I’d love to see another run of T2F with the stubby regs. This is just my opinion, but the T2F are the most versatile pumps . I can run open class, stockclass and any version in between. Oh and they need to make all
    Markers with 86 frames . Lol


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  • Moodog
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    M40 orders!!!

  • oDm
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    So the 6.5m run is nearly complete ? as I know people way down the list.
    thanks for the heads up , wouldn't mind getting on that s6 list.

  • garnercur
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    “The next markers to go into production are the T2, S6, and M40. Any updates will be on FB. Well let everyone know when they go into production and start taking orders.”

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  • Chuck E Ducky
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    The main reason I went to full blocks is due to that slot in the lower tube that exposes debris to the lower internals. When I play pump I play aggressive. I get lit up walking off a lot just because I’m in the middle of the fight or trying to push. With my T2 the lower tube would get filthy the slot blocker really helped but it would still need to be broken down cleaned and retuned more often. I feel I have to do that a lot less with my full blocks because all that is inclosed. Really the only crap that’s going to make the internals dirty is what is introduced from my air source. I love the T2 ,S6.5, and the MBP they all shoot great but I prefer full blocks. Never had and issues hitting my mask with back blocks or cocking rods. You could always run an ICS (CCM and TJD work real good)

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  • gabe
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    Well that's just like your opinion man....

    But seriously, who tucks in this tight? I just kind of don't smash my gun into my face and no problemos. A beavertail helps kind of keep your face out of the moving bits.

    Sure, halfblocks and that stuff is cool but in my mind an autococker needs big things swinging around and making clanking noises otherwise it's just a mechanical intimidator.

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