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Old 05-14-2014, 09:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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New ccm-er tips please. Now with Pics!!!

So I'm getting my first ccm marker tomorrow, a fully polished T2, now I am not new to pumps, I've had several ccm'd cockers, but is there anything in particular that I should know? Many thanks to all who pitch in for me.

EDIT I got her in thursday 5/15 page 3 has pics EDIT
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Old 05-14-2014, 09:46 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Don't be shocked from all of the masks you are about to paint...and congrats on the T2!
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Old 05-14-2014, 11:01 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Don't pump it furiously without the bolt in it (more common than you think lol) it smashes the guide holes in the body. Other than that, the CCM videos by TF have a wealth of info.

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Old 05-14-2014, 12:29 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Anything in particular I should look for, common signs of wear/little things that increase/decrease value?
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Watch the videos that TF made and put on youtube. He goes over a bunch of things. Like how the trigger will wear a groove in it after a while and you will have to replace it..etc. But for the most part, make sure your reg is set properly,and you clean/lube when needed.
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Anything in particular I should look for, common signs of wear/little things that increase/decrease value?
Leave it in the box, put it under your bed, and wait until CCM stops making them.

Other than that, not going to gain value. Shoot it like you stole it. Hope you enjoy it.
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After break in check the reg with a reg checker, I found mine loves 310 PSI input pressure. Even if you don't get shot in the gun you will need to remove the bolt and clean it inside and out. Just a build up of gunk will screw with velocity. Don't use grease on the bolt. just a tiny bit of oil. I take the bolt out of the gun every six months and run it on a high speed buffer and polish it up and it always keeps working. I have yet to wear out a trigger. Also when I take it apart to clean it I polish up the pump arms and where the pump slides. The first T-2 I had I used for almost 2 years and I had never taken it apart to clean it and at a game I could not get the gun to shoot over 200FPS. It was gunk in the bolt. Cleaned it and after that had to turn the reg down 25 PSI to get it under 300FPS. So I would just say regular cleaning say every 10 games or if you take a shot to the gun and some paint gets in it, the thing will never disappoint you. Feyd.......
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Get the 86 trigger frame and either the quad pump or the t-grip pump.

If you don't have a barrel kit, get the CCM barrel kit. Matching pannels are nice.
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