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Chipley Custom Machine T2
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Number of Reviews: 5
Average Rating: 9.6 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $600

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This is the all new CCM T2 Mid-block Pump Marker. This marker comes with an Auto Trigger Kit and THIN 45 frame with CCM custom machined black delrin grip panels. This T2 also comes with a bottom line kit, pump return spring and a 10" dust black barrel with a 2" dust black .690 sizer. The feedneck is a CCM threaded feedneck. The pump kit has our new dual rod assembly and black delrin pump handle made specifically for the T2. The body, being the heart of the marker, has its bolt bore Diamond Honed. The hammer bore has been precision reamed, the sear has been Diamond Honed at its critical engagement area, the trigger has a roller bearing where the sear engages it . All of the rods are made from stainless steel and all of the aluminium parts are made from 6061. This gives a better, longer lasting anodized finish and better color matching. Each marker has been fully tested and adjusted before it is shipped. This is truly one of the best "Open Class" markers on the market today. As always, CCM products carry a LifeTime Workmanship Warranty.

MADE IN THE USA

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The Chipley Custom Machine T2 is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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Wallify Monday, December 14th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
6 months6 of 8 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
WGP Snipers of various models, Phantoms, and tracers
Marker Setup: CCM T2
Recommended
Upgrades:
Good paint
Strengths: The T2 is an efficient accurate, high quality product from a high quality company
Weaknesses: It wasn't free?
Review: I picked this up toward the end of last season, and have been using it exclusively ever since. It came well packed in a white box with foam around it.
It came with a complete set of allen wrenches (not just the few you need, ALL of them), baby blue barrel sock and a .690 barrel back. You can request whatever size you like, but .690 comes as default.
Aired up and shot around 290 out of the box, but took a few cases of paint to break in the reg and get the consistency I was expecting.
The anno was flawless. You can tell just by holding it that it is well built. It is as light as a gun can get while still feeling solid in your hand.
The other great thing about it is that it is from CCM. While their ebay site is lacking, you can get their number and an idea of what they carry from it. Give them a call, and they will make it however you want it. Anno how you want it, whatever feedneck you want, whatever barrel size you like, and in either 89 or 45 frames.
It shoots great, adjusts like any other half blocked sniper, and is as light as can be. The only thing I am not a fan of is the ASA. For me it is harder than it has to be to turn. It does its job just fine, but compared to others (CP, NDZ etc) it isnt my favorite.
All in all it was well worth the $ I paid for it. Somewhere down the line I will probably buy one of the other options, but other than that it might very well be the LAST gun I buy.

Thank you CCM!
Conclusion: If you have decided that pump is for you I highly suggest picking up a T2 or S6 from CCM. Quality and customer service cannot be beat.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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Jagang Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 15 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
CCI Phantom
Sniper II ( pump autococker ) several setups
Grey Ghost
Sh*ty Rap4 shotgun
Marker Setup: VSC Phantom ( ol' faithful )
CCM T2
2k1 autococker w/ CCM pump kit
SP1 w/ wire stock and 12 inch J&J
the rest aren't worth mentioning...
Recommended
Upgrades:
I'd have to agree.... decent paint
Strengths: Um.... it's a CCM.
Weaknesses: Price. But that's paintball
Review: Now, I'm not really qualified to write a review just yet as i have only had it in my possession for a few hours. But i have had a chance to fire a few balls off in the yard. Obviously they were straight and all that. What you really notice is how smooth the pump stroke is. ridiculous. The price in Canada is a bit retarded however. $799 plus tax! were looking at a $900 dollar pump. I got mine for wholesale at $650 plus tax. Which was very nice of the boys at the shop for me. Anyway I shouldn't even be writing a review cause I haven't played with it yet. But if it's from CCM you know it's gonna be good.
Conclusion: If your getting in to pump, You should really get a CCI Phantom first. they say pumps aren't more accurate than semi's, but Phantoms are more accurate than anything on the planet. A CCM is a really nice toy, but a phantom is a serious, very accurate Pump. And cheaper!

Gets a 9 cause they weren't perfect, they were close, but not quite there.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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Stoneweapon Monday, March 1st, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
6 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Sniper with full CCM tuning.
Marker Setup: T2 gloss black, 45-grip with CCM Barrel Kit.
Recommended
Upgrades:
No upgrades needed. May be a different barrel. Its your choice . Autococker threads give you every possible option.
Strengths: Low weight, pump stroke, fastest AT pump gun on the planet.
Weaknesses: Detent design (see review).
Review: I got one of the first T2 in Germany. The first time I played the T2 was at a tournament in France and it worked perfect the whole day. This day was the first time I aired the gun up after taking it out of the box. This prooves the quality.
The T2 is a totally new design with key focus on open class pump performance. It is very light and compact. The pump stroke feels even better than on the classic CCM pump kits or markers. Since it is a half block design it has a very small bolt with low drag. The tolerances are much closer than anything I have seen in Cockers / Snipers before (except other CCM guns). Hammer and bold slide smooth as silk in the body.
The accuracy is as good as other CCM markers which means perfect. The rate of fire is about the same as other CCM AT markers but personally I find the accuracy is better when I use the AT compared to other AT markers.
The CCM Barrel works great. I got a full kit of sizers with the marker and cannot see any difference in accuracy and efficiency to a Freak which I also have for my cockers. The T2 CCM barrel/sizer kit is a little louder than the Freak and it is relatively short. Some players like to have 14" or 16" fronts which are not available at the moment (may be in the future).
With the original CCM barrel the T2 has a very clean and beautiful look.


No product is perfect. So here is what I don't like:

The body does not accept normal CCM gripframes or normal cockerframes because it is round at the lower side. May be the weight reduction went a little too far here but on the other hand CCM did not make compromises to safe weight.

The detent design may be smart at the first look. I don't like that the upper tube have to be removed to access the rubber detent. If you have to change the detent on the field, you may be the only one that have to disassemble his marker to do so (except Tippmann owners). I also doubt, that the Torx10 screw will last long if they have been used a few times with the wrench that comes with the marker. If you are in hurry at the field to make your gun running again, you will definitely ruin this T10 heads. Good luck finding spare screws at the home depot...
I asked CCM for a different detent design. They said the body can be equipped with a classic Autococker ball detent. I would order the T2 with classic detent design or just a side mounted detent in addition. It will safe your day when the detent have to be changed.
Conclusion: This marker is tournament ready out of the box and has the highest level of machining and the most perfect tolerances in the paintball industry. It is worth every penny. If you plan to buy an open class marker take the T2. It is the reference and can help you to change from semi to pump.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Monday, March 1st, 2010 at 2:15 pm PST
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Tayloratdpb Saturday, December 26th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
3 months3 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Lots of pump autocockers.
Marker Setup: CCM T2
Sportshot loader
Crossfire 68/45
Recommended
Upgrades:
None it is perfect right out of the box.
Strengths: Light
Smooth
Fast
Quality
Weaknesses: Nothing.
Review: It's an all around great gun, I have not had one problem with it. It is by far the best pump I have ever shot. It has a very smooth pump stroke. It is a little bit pricey but well worth every dollar. And CCM also has the best customer service around.
Conclusion: If you have the money to get it you will not regret it, in my opinion it is the best pump gun on the market.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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casperct Sunday, December 27th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
ccm ss-25,s6 all of ccm's guns are first rate.
Marker Setup: CCM T2 ,deadly wind barrel,XSV duckbill asa,Crossfire 45/45,VL revy or winchester hopper
Recommended
Upgrades:
Get good paint ,a good barrel set up( I use a deadly wind)All though the ccm kit will work well for you.You can ask for a variety of colors and feed neck options and 86,or 45 grip frames.I hate to say this the asa is the only up grade, it works but has oring issues here and there.
Strengths: My gosh it's a chiply !!!
Weaknesses: The on off asa,and it's not that bad just kinda bulky.
Review: I have come through the ranks when it comes to ccm.My ss25 is a flawless preformer as is my s6.The t2 is a designed 1/2 block cocker based gun.It is light and for me balances out really well with a deadly wind barrel and a 45/45 tank.
Dual cocking rods make it almost pump itself.
The reg can now be removed without taking off the trigger frame making it easy to check your psi(300)The reg internals are easy to maintain.
The preformance over the chrony is consistant.After sweetspoting the reg at 300 psi do not adjust your velocity off the reg use the ivg on the tube below the bolt.
The autotrigger cam has been redone and is simple looking.
You have a choice in frames 86 or 45.
ccm also has 3 feednecks for it ,a standard,low profile,and a winchester.
Did i mention colors ??Ccm can hook you up with almost any and all color combo you can think of just call and ask !!
On the field it gets good air efficency!!
I play in allot of big/scenario games so i put quite a few rounds through it.I use a(loader) revy on it for these game and it feels fine,and a fifty rounder for general play.The autotrigger comes in handy for dealing with lots of players or making a bunker move.
Conclusion: This one is my second t2. I jumped the gun and took what ever I could get (dust blk)when they first came out.So now I am running a dust silver with an 86 frame!
CCM as a company is top notch you can call if you have any questions.The anodizing is great,not to mention the packaging it came in and the set of allen wrenchs and a barrel bag.
At$$ 550.00 dollars you will never need another gun,now get one and get out there and play !!!
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, December 27th, 2009 at 10:22 am PST
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