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|10-21-2010, 02:22 PM||#1 (permalink)|
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AT screw issue
So I ended up breaking the AT screw on my ss-25 off in the pump arm. after a bit of struggle I managed to get the threaded portion out of the pump arm and went to order a new screw on ebay, there are 2 almost identical choices in CCM's ebay store:
CCM Auto Trigger Shoulder Screw - 7B0003-SS - eBay (item 150475625098 end time Nov-01-10 09:26:18 PDT)
CCM Trigger Pivot Screw - 4D0063 - eBay (item 280478147148 end time Nov-08-10 10:39:09 PST)
I ended up ordering the second one out of confusion since the only difference seems to be the name and the picture is the same. I got the screw in the mail yesterday and installed it onto my SS-25 but the screw seems too long. the AT works, but the length of the screw allows the cam to wiggle out and actually jam the trigger up. did I get the wrong screw or are the newer AT screws just longer anyway? will I have to find an older AT screw for my SS-25?
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|10-21-2010, 02:24 PM||#2 (permalink)|
I would just call up CCM and let them know what you need. They know their products and will get you the right thing.
|10-21-2010, 04:25 PM||#3 (permalink)|
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Last edited by freebird; 10-22-2010 at 09:08 AM.
|10-21-2010, 04:38 PM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2008
Location: BC, Canada
The first one, the Auto Trigger screw is the one that you screw into the pump arm, that's the one you need.
The second one, the pivot screw, is the screw that holds your trigger and allows it to pivot. If you look on the driver side, just to the left of the AT arm (where it attaches to the trigger frame) and above your trigger there is a little screw flush with the trigger frame, it's that guy, you don't need him.
|10-21-2010, 07:06 PM||#5 (permalink)|
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I may be mistaken but I believe both will work but may not work properly on your particular frame/cam/lever combination. It would seem that since the new at cams are held in by a pin that they have made the screws slightly longer to not rub on the lever as well as removed the screw head entirely on the new guns. The cams/trigger frame holes/cam length/cam pins have been changed so many times over the years it's getting hard to just make anything work without calling and getting exactly what you need for your particular setup.
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