|Pump Guns Is there anything more pure than a pump gun?|
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|07-27-2009, 04:56 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Lake Tahoe
Halfblock dual pump arm/guide rod – CCM reg – CCM frame – Evo valve – sprung/tuned
I bought this marker new and stock at Oklahoma D-Day 2008. I ended up getting it halfblocked by Jcurt and adding the CCM frame and reg. I put an evo supercharge valve in there complimented by a maddman sear spring as the valve spring and a maddman green main spring. I sweetspotted, cleaned, replaced o-rings, and tuned myself yesterday after playing with it all day and put paint through it to make sure it shoots good before selling it. I put a hammer slug in there so I could put lighter springs in both this one and mine.
I'm including the original manual, bolt, backblock, original pneumatics, and a black clamping feedneck(pictured later) as well as the stock feedneck. Barrel, asa, hopper and tank not included. The reg was scratched up on the outside but sharpied in and unless you look at it closely you can't tell. I took the reg apart last week and completely cleaned out the inside.
Pump stroke is amazing. I have a stiffer return spring in this one then I do in mine but on mine I can rock my arm back and then forth and it pumps the marker. It's very smooth and very light.
The one with the 45 frame is for sale. The 86 frame is mine, and will not be sold/parted. Don't try, I love this marker. The blue/silver one will be for sale once I get the pump arms in from Jcurt. If you like that one again I have the original pneumatics with short pump arms for halfblock, frame, clamping feedneck, stock 2 piece barrel(dye UL remake), and manual.
The black clamping feedneck is not pictured until one of the last pictures but it will be included. Sorry, I forgot to put it on before taking pictures and I really don't want to go and retake all the pictures with it on.
2 twins, mine is on the left
3 halfblocks together
Marker, stock bolt/back block, pneumatics, manual, and clamping feedneck. Sorry I forgot to put the feedneck on before I started taking pictures.
4 rods! Dual pump arms, dual guide rods. Very smooth.
Down barrel. Those are not dings/scratches, just dust and my inability to take good pictures without glare.
Cocker collection! I had to get a picture of them all before I seperated them :P
$350, $400 including the 68/45(pictured on the one with 86 frame, will come with tank cover) from my other thread.
Last edited by Kahnif; 08-05-2009 at 05:07 PM.
|07-31-2009, 10:19 PM||#6 (permalink)|
one shot one kill
Join Date: Jul 2009
not sure if any better than trade on the nation, but if it is, i keep dye ul
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