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Old 03-21-2011, 02:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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lug slamming body?

anyone doing anything to stop it from slamming?

i doubt that it will do any damage anytime soon but it just bothers the **** out of me
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Old 03-21-2011, 07:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You can adjust your cocking rod to make it a little longer - so that it stays away from the slot - other than that - STOP pumping it so hard. IT is what I had to learn.

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I wish the pump handle / guide rod was designed to bottom out and avoid this issue.
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It would bottom out on what though?

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You could do what I did to stop the bolt pin from hitting the top tube when I mq'd my t2. I cut some rubber discs same size as the hole for the main guide rod and insert them into the pump handle so it would bottom out before making contact. You would have to take a coil or two out of the return spring to lighten it back up. Just a thought.
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I did almost the same thing as Silent Savage. Except I used a small nylon rod in the smaller guide rod hole of my halfblock. That way I wouldn't have to worry about the return spring binding. But if you have a T2 (with only one guide rod) then your only option would be what Silent Savage did.
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Yep, my thought is basically what has been described above. Just design the holes in the pump handle so they bottom out just after the sear catches.

I noticed that on my S6.5 the bolt pin is actually what is slamming into the body. I could see that getting unsightly pretty quickly if you're rough with the pump stroke.
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xluben- I understand what you are saying and I am in no way affiliated with CCM. Although, I wouldn't mind!! lol I think a lot of factors contribute to the overall pump throw so drilling the hole to the exact length may not be a good idea. What I mean is, the guide rod length and how far it screws into the body, pump rod length, hole for the bolt pin, pump handle length, are a few that I can think of, that would play factors in the overall throw. In any case the nylon post cost me 16 cents from the local hardware store and I cut and filed it down till my liking. Hope this helps!

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