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Old 04-23-2016, 03:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Possible to Convert to Autococker?

So, I was looking through old photos from years past and saw the two Series V cockers I had bought in the past. I know that Chipley no longer makes autocockers due to the WGP lawsuit from around 2008.

I was wondering, is it possible to convert a full size CCM pump into an autococker?

I know, I know blasphemy what sort of sick twisted soul want to turn a CCM pump back into an autococker...

Conceivably one could marry a 2k5 style front block to a T2 style body via an extended banjo bolt and some careful milling to the front block. But then there is the issue of the 3 way and the trigger... man I miss the old slider triggers.
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Sure both a S6 and a T2 have been done. Takes some work though.
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S5/SS25/J2 can easily be done.

Everything else take a little bit of work.
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Yeah, I was looking through a thread on customcockers. I see it is possible.
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Old 05-03-2016, 08:59 AM   #5 (permalink)
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CCM Series 5 Autococker

Like noclue mentioned the J2, Series 5 and SS-25 are easy to convert to an Autococker, as they were designed to be one. Here is one of my CCM Series 5 Cockers. It is 100% CCM parts including all of the pneumatics.

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Like noclue mentioned the J2, Series 5 and SS-25 are easy to convert to an Autococker, as they were designed to be one. Here is one of my CCM Series 5 Cockers. It is 100% CCM parts including all of the pneumatics.

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I owned one of the gloss CCM Series V markers back when they came in black and black only.

I was more interested in whether I could buy a stock T2F or Series 6 and convert it into an autococker. Namely because they no longer produce pneumatics due to that whole lawsuit.
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I owned one of the gloss CCM Series V markers back when they came in black and black only.

I was more interested in whether I could buy a stock T2F or Series 6 and convert it into an autococker. Namely because they no longer produce pneumatics due to that whole lawsuit.
The answer on the T2F and the Series 6 is, they can be made into Cockers, but not without some custom parts and/or some milling of them. At minimum a slot for the timing rod would have to milled. Then of course there is the the front block and/or front of the body that would need to be milled as well, as neither the front of the body, nor any front block is made mount pneumatics to these models.
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