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Old 06-10-2011, 07:37 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Not sure exactly how a chart on these would work, I am curious to see it tho.

Feedneck mounting options is a good suggestion.

The J2L can be combined w/ the S6, they are basically identical aside from milling.

The T2 and the SS-25 will stand out on the chart due to the SS-25's valve body, and pump kit, and the T2's modular design, different grip frames and unique pump.

Parts interchangeability would be nice, could label what internals work in different guns.

Like mentioned, weight and efficiency will be good ones, probably what most people will focus on.

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I think the point of this chart (or whatever it ends up being) is so that people who are unfamiliar with CCM markers have kind of a starting point. There are already manuals and videos for getting down and dirty with the marker.

Weight and efficiency are good things to include though.
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I think the point of this chart (or whatever it ends up being) is so that people who are unfamiliar with CCM markers have kind of a starting point. There are already manuals and videos for getting down and dirty with the marker.

Weight and efficiency are good things to include though.
i agree, but when walking into a gun youre unfamiliar with, im sure a lot of people dont want to have to do a lot of maintenance to the gun itself.

its like going in to buy a car..usually youll do at least a little research on whether theres any problems and such. rather than have to go through multiple threads, if it was just a small section of the comparison, i think itd be a good thing.
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You should get weight info for all the hammers and also valve descriptions for each one to note any changes if any.
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Old 06-10-2011, 12:57 PM   #16 (permalink)
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This is a great thread - and helping a lot.

I will do what I can - PLEASE post more if you think of more.

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Perhaps throw in recommended reg operating pressure?
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Old 06-12-2011, 02:25 AM   #18 (permalink)
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List manufacture dates (i.e. ~X thru ~X).
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Old 06-12-2011, 07:44 PM   #19 (permalink)
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Could include prices, both new and used
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used would be hard to do, considering a lot of people have different opinions on how much their gun is worth. if you mean a ballpark figure with a range of about $40-50, then that would probably be a good idea. may have to update it every year or so though

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