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|d2thearkangel ||05-17-2018 12:19 AM |
Q on pump kits
Looking to upgrade my pump kit in my sniper pump. Got the gun years ago already as a pump, has a single pump arm isnít super smooth and lots of play.
What would be a better upgrade kit?
What would be butter smooth? Not too concerned with auto trigger, I can add that on later.
|Alive ||05-17-2018 12:35 AM |
Get something with an additional rod on the pump handle. I think the only thing in stock usually is inception but ccm is good. As are smaller makes but those two are the most popular at the moment I reckon (ccm more so but they keep minimal stock)
|d2thearkangel ||05-17-2018 12:39 AM |
Gotcha, I saw the slice kits also, but need to check the differences in the packages and go from there. Looking to spend no more then $100 total
|Jkoselka ||05-17-2018 08:50 AM |
Watch the BST sections for pump kits. The Inception Designs, CCM, and Slice kits are all a great upgrade. Also consider new springs, Maddman kits are still available as well as the SLPS kit from Maggot (check out the BST section). Both of these will help.
|JonnyDread ||05-17-2018 12:06 PM |
I've used pretty much all of the commercially available kits and they're all pretty damn good these days.
CCM is the benchmark standard, but as others have said pretty much anything with an additional stablizing rod will feel nice. Slice, CheckIt, etc are all pretty good kits. I haven't used the Inception kits, but I hear good things. Like Jkoselka said a new spring kit will have a big effect on smoothness/stroke.
I may be putting up a CheckIt pump kit soon, if I do you can have first dibs.
|Hobbes ||05-17-2018 12:15 PM |
I like the Check-It Pump kits personally, the orings around the pump handle are nice for grip. CCM is also great. I haven't tried Inception Designs but their stuff is pretty solid and I hear the same about the Slice kits. You really can't go wrong with any of them.
|d2thearkangel ||07-08-2018 09:10 PM |
Got a vendetta deluxe pump kit. Now I’m looking for a gloss black slide trigger frame. Or maybe ccm lower tube kit. Not sure yet. Want to build this up to be a beast with a classic look.
|d2thearkangel ||07-08-2018 11:12 PM |
Speaking of, what type of differences will be noticed between the stock internals and ccm. Planning on doing a major overhaul of this fun. Looking at ccm internals and a ccm bolt. Then the slider frame. Got to hunt one down
|JonnyDread ||07-11-2018 09:30 PM |
Looking good man :thumbup:
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