|New To The Sport Just started playing? Been playing for a while, but you have a question you should have asked years ago? Drop a line, we answer|
| ||Thread Tools||Search this Thread|
|02-28-2008, 11:22 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Heart of Texas
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Central texas
Pump cocker conversion
I've actually been playing for over a decade but I felt this was a newb question so I feel this is the place to ask it. I convinced some of my friends to set down the electros and start playing some pump games in the woods, while they all ran out to get carters and phantoms I have other plans. I have a 2k1 wgp cocker and was wondering if there would be anything else I needed to get to convert it other than this ccm pump kit?
Pump Kit CCM New - 2K Black & Black - eBay (item 150220915096 end time Mar-29-08 17:43:19 PDT)
Thanks and apologies for the newbness on pumps
Need money? I buy old eclipse splash stuff..
|02-29-2008, 08:11 AM||#5 (permalink)|
Red - Black
Here you go brother:
Pumpenstein Dissasembly of your ‘Cocker’ in Order to Prepare it for a Pump Kit:
Then check out this one:
Pumpenstein Comprehensive Pump Kit Review.
Pumpenstein - NSA National Champions
TF's MCB Trust.
|02-29-2008, 03:58 PM||#6 (permalink)|
Hey aren't links to other places a BAN J/K That's all you need bro is a pump and it's ready to go. Just follow Talfuchre how to and your set.
Visit my Sponsor page:
"When all else fails, pull the pin and see what
Follow Team Blackrain on Face Book:
Best Auto cocker info ever
Just like to make crazy stuff for paintball? Click here
How Paintballs are made
|02-29-2008, 04:09 PM||#7 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2007
Could we just set the forum to email everyone the link to TF's pump review every 48 hours or so?
That's a hell of a great resource. Good to hear we're getting new pump players into the fold. The community seems to be growing rapidly all over the country - and with it - I'm sure there will be a great improvement in the overall attitudes, maturity and quality of play.
|02-29-2008, 05:32 PM||#8 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2006
Location: Los Angeles
If your vertical ASA screws into the marker body, get a regular pump kit.
If your vertical ASA screws into the front block, where the pneumatics are, be sure to get a mini kit.
Got an Outlaw game in the LA or San Francisco area? Please PM me!
|Thread Tools||Search this Thread|