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wkregg Tuesday, April 12th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Marker Setup: Dust grey 03 J2 with gloss black ccm front end, ccm all delrin bolt, ccm delrin back block, ccm carbon fiber barrel kit, 68/3000 crossfire hp. ( On it's way to califronia to Racegun usa to have the 04 Raceframe put on. I'll update when I get it back
All delrin bolt and back block are a must!!!! I could tell a difference in the reciprocating mass instantly. The back block doesn't look as cool as the stock one but it's all about functionality
Strengths: Accurate, very lightweight, short trigger pull, quiet.
Weaknesses: This marker has no weakness
Review: Ok, I read the reviews on this thing and decided to start looking for one. I found my J2 on ebay for a pretty good deal (little over 300) so I totally bought it on impulse before I left work. I figured that if it didn't work well that I'd send it to ccm and have it fixed. All of the reviews I read about the warranty and all made the decision easier.

The marker gets to the house I screw the tank on and go outside to shoot. Well it didn't work well I thought that I was just supposed to know more about autocockers and that it was probably fine. I call CCM and tell them about how I obtained the marker and the problems I was having. Mike told me to just send it out and they would have a look at it, get it working right and send it back. His tech Rod calls me and goes over what was wrong with it and why it wasn't working the jack A** that owned it before me replaced the internals and front end with after market parts. Bad because CCM parts are usually the upgrade parts of choice for many cocker owners.

But anyway, Rod said that he wanted to fix it so that he knew the marker would perform the way it was intended, and that was the only way they could be comfortable sending it back to me.

Lets just say that it came back to me in much the same way it arrived at the origional owners door.

Bar none, the most unbeliveable customer service that I have ever recieved from any company. It's a simple therory, they want the marker to work great which works great for whoever buys a J2 or Series 5. Makes sence, marker works great, people want to know what marker they just got totally owned by, then they probably buy one.

OK now for the review.
Guess what, it does work great. This thing is a tack driver with that carbon fiber barrel kit. Super light weight, I have the 03 and compared it to a lot of markers on the field it is sooooooo light compared to them, compared to anything I held. Everyone that picked it up was a amazed. I can't imagine that the newer ones are supposed to be a lot lighter.

It is smooth as silk with the all delrin bold and back block.
I was so pissed with the way this thing performed when I first got that I was going
to get back and sell it. After the way they treated me At CCM I will never sell this marker
it is literally the best purchase I have ever made.
Conclusion: Super light, smooth shooting, accurate. Everyone should own one of these. Besides the fact that the marker performs like a dream the customer service even further makes this a good buy. Lifetime warranty that is transferable, they don't care where you got it they just want it to work. Buy one , you will love it
Thanks guys !!
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, April 13th, 2005 at 6:24 am PST

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