Hammer-P ~1993 Pump Gun of the Year
Vendetta pump kit
02 Outkast w/ 1st gen WGP Hinge
Macdev Gladiator Reg
System X Cocking Rod
OTP G1 Barrel Kit
CCM Pump Kit
Dangerous power Fusion--Green with silver accents w/ RAPS #34/100
Reloder B- Diamond Clear
Pure Energy 68/3000 w/ JT Cover
OTP Barrel Kit and/or Fusion Stock Barrel
High Quality Construction and ease of installation.
Doesn't come with return springs
Only comes in black
I was impressed by the quality construction of this product which is why I chose it over other manufacturers. Having an additional pump guide makes it nice and smooth and you don't have the side to side motion when you cock it like other products I have used. I was disappointed that it didn't come with a return spring (I had to go canabalize one from my teammates old Spyder) but aside from that it is a great mod.
The install took me about 5 minutes from taking off the front block to having the kit on with no leaks. I just had to adjust the backblock location and I was good to go.
This is by far the best pump kit I have used. A bit on the expensive side but you are paying for quality. Colored front pieces are available to match your marker but you have to buy the black one first. Overall a great modification for those of us who don't mind shooting less than a case when we go play.
This ccm pump kit is very nicely machined. you can get it either black or polished aluminum. I have also seen different colored pump handles being sold. The fitment on the marker is also very nice. The kit is very easy to install and requires no permanent modification to your marker. It does not have the side to side twisting action like some of the other Autococker pump conversion kits I have seen. Over the 6 months I have used this kit I have not noticed the wear that I thought I would have seen due to the pumping action. (And it has seen a lot of use) The only weakness is it could use a return spring I got one at hardware store for 30 cents. And even without the spring it is still a 10/10
For those looking to convert there Autococker from a semi to a pump this is the kit to buy.
WGP Sniper Pre99
CCM pump kit w/ return springs
FBM flame frame
Tippmann Techline Regulator
Lapco Big Shot Barrel
Dye Izon Sight
Centerflag Drop/Phat On/Off
Brass Eagle 4 oz. CO2 Tank
Smooth Pump Stroke
No Twisting of pump handle
Back screw needs to be sealed to prevent leak.
Smoothest pump stroke ive ever felt, Handle fits into your hand very well. The utimate kit for those who want to convert their autocockers into Pumps. Even though it is expensive I feel it was worth every penny. A+++ Id recomend getting some return springs for easier pumping. The dual bar pumping rod setup almost completely prevents twisting of the pump handle when it is being used.
A+++++++++ Worth every penny. Get it, because it is the best kit ive ever used, I believe that once you try it youll feel the same
SP Blackheart board
ASP qev kit
CP Micro drop
CP 2k5 on/off
CP Twist Lock
Halo B w/ Rip Drive
Price, compared to other pump kits (WGP & WWA).
For a long time i've wanted a pump, preferably a Phantom. Also, for a long time, i've wanted to sell my WGP 2k3 cocker. Good thing no one was interested in the cocker & the wait for custom Phantoms is wicked long.
Ordered the CCM pump conversion kit, mostly because of the quality Chipley is famous for and i didn't want Worr's own kit. Also didn't know White Wolf Airsmithing had their own until after i bought the Chipley kit.
Installation truly is a breeze. The only hard part was removing the front block assembly, since i never did it before and that sucker was on there pretty good. Dang red loctite. I also completely dissassembled the rest of the cocker for a thorough cleaning & relubing before converting it.
For an install guide, i found this: http://ccmowners.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=308 . Very helpful and also demonstrates how easy it is to install. My only problem was a leak that took me a couple days to figure out. I tried checking the reg, asa, even dissassembling it again, lubing the valve more and popping in a heavier valve spring. Didn't solve it. Finally realized it was the pump guide that screws into where the front block usually goes - apparently, its o-rings aren't enough. Wrapped some teflon tape around its threads and no more leak.
Not a lot of people play pump these days and even less of those will bother to convert their cocker. But for those that do, the CCM kit is great.
What can I say about the CCM Sniper II kit? First off, mine is the previous version (looks slightly different than the picture above). So far as I know the only difference is the shape carved into the pump grip. Mine has straight lines "milled" into the delron and this one has finger grooves.
The kit is very solid, very smooth, and great attention to detail. I cannot think of any way to improve the item other than offering more color choices besides chrome and black, handle shape, or perhaps titanium parts (ridiculous). Actually, a nice return spring included in the kit would be a bonus for those few of us that would like one, but you can buy them easy enough at a hardware store.
I personally love the Sniper II simply because of the ACTION. There's nothing quite like cocking this marker. Yes, Phantoms and other pumps are nice, and more efficient, but I really don't like pump handles that wrap around the barrel. Besides, if you have an autococker there's no reason not to have a pump handle for it. Switching your front block on and off for the pump literally takes two minutes. Remove bolt and cocking rod, unscrew back block, remove the banjo bolt, pop off the front block, screw down the pump, screw on the back block, put the bolt and cocking knob back. That's it. Period. To return, just switch the order, you don't even have to re-time the thing! Needless to say having a pump kit makes it easier to tweak and tech your gun too, since you can isolate hammer, bolt and valve action from pneumatics, not to mention that when your 4-way blows a leak you have a back-up ready as soon as you put the pump on. Sweet.
Not to mention, the guys at CCM rule. Period. Customer service is great, and they'll talk to you personally on the phone, on their time off if need be. They know their stuff better than most manufacturers out there, and I mean big ones. I don't want to say much, but they design one of the best cockers out there from SCRATCH for another company that sells it under the other company's name. Hint hint.
You want a pump for your 'cocker then this is it. Period. This makes the WGP kit seem like something free you'd pull out of a box of Rice Krispies.
Every 'cocker owner should have a pump kit for versatility, training or back-up. The WGP one is inexpensive and there's no excuse not to buy it, unless of course you want a really nice pump handle, then there is no other better choice than this CCM one. I give it a nine / ten simply because it is pricey and could theoretically be offered in more styles.