2004 PhychoBallistics Superbolt body, PlanetEclipse Eblade1, Palmers Rock LPR, PE ram, Chipley Machine HPR, shocktech superfly bolt, some random back block, some random front block, shocktech #1 drop, and shocktech on/off.
And i have a Wrath LTD.
Great consistency, other typical perks
Costly, depending on where/how you buy
I use this reg on and off with my autofocker. It's consistant, +/- 4 or 5, not too bad. Works really well with my cocker, the two seem to love each other. It's lightweight and effective. It's worth the 50 bucks you'd have to dish out to get one. The very name CCM symbolizes quality, and performance, which is what you get with this reg. I can take this reg apart, clean, re-ring, and re-grease in under 3 minutes (use dow 33 btw). It's just a great reg, exactly what you'd expect from CCM!
Absolutely outstanding HPR. There are few i'd rather spend money on.
Angel Mini reg.
As far as performance, this is an excellent product. There was no drop off at 15 BPS and about +/- 3 FPS with cheap paint (as good as anyone was getting with it).
Adjustments and maintenance are very simply on it.
The anodizing (black) on mine has fades significantly. Also, beware that there is only one input hole. Since this is on the side, you have no choice of positioning for your airline. It may be possible that a trigger guard would interfere with being able to connect an airline. Secondly, there is no possibility of adding a gauge.
This regulator performs well, however it lacks certain features (various lengths, pivoting or bottom inputs) of those in its price range.
2004 B2k w/PDS (Black to Blue Fade)
-CCM Heli-Clamp Feedneck
-Check it Products Unimount
-Shocktech Superfly Bolt
-Smart Parts TearDrop Barrel
-Halo B w/Rip Drive
Input is on the side(Preference)
After going to the field and consistently outshooting my stock reg i figured i'd but myself a new one. I looked em up and had heard good things from my pro shop about the cp and the ccm reg, and they were both in my price range. When i bought it i made my decision on the CCM reg being a little bit cheaper, the shape was a little better(preference), the ccm internals were delring(dont know what cp internals are), and the anno matched with my gun, whereas the cp anno was slightly off.
It was a really close decision between the two regs but i chose the ccm and it worked very well the first day. I'd heard about some of the ccm regs being defective but mine definitely wasn't. The high flow in it made my bushy a little more air efficient, eliminated shootdown, and made it more consistent. The only thing i dont like about the reg is that the input is on the side, so its kinda uncomfortable when shooting lefty.
Good mid-range price, very consistent, looks nice, comfy to hold(not really when holding lefty). Happy with my decision to take ccm over cp.
This reg had been rebuilt maybe twice and it shoots pretty okay a most like 3 bps maybe 10+/- but if any more or you use low quality balls with his gun then its like an earthquake you can lose up to 200fps sometimes. I wish this reg would work or it might be just the gun thats messed up some how like the valve is messed up.
Not sure if you should buy or not but if you could just try it out.
DragunFly, Custom Products Barrel "14, System X Drop, 4500psi 92ci Crossfire Tank, Evlution 2
My Reg doesnt have any strength at all....Defective.
I traded guns with this one guy, and the reg came with it. But he told me b4 he traded with me that the reg sucks major ass. There isnt one shot where it gives a dramatic Spike (252-176) , but i asks this guy about the same reg that he had on his cocker and he said it worked like a charm. But its very comfortable.
Comforatble So i have to give it a pretty good Rating, and the guy with the cocker had it, and he got me out like a lot.
None except that input is on the side (preference).
This is an overall good quality regulator. Although the design is similar to the BL Torpedo. I noticed that the CCM Reg was very consistent +/- 2 fps over the chrono (after it was sweetspotted to my configuration). Also, the threading on the bottom of the regulator for the adjustment screw had an indentation so that air under the piston could escape quicker (creating a slightly better rehcarge, in theory). The piston is also made out of delrin and so it is very light (once again slightly faster recharge) and does not pose any possible risk for scratching the interior.
I thought that the design was only OK. Not the greatest looking IMO, but works good none the less.
Overall a good performer, works just like a BL Torp. Looks though may not be to your liking.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, September 15th, 2004 at 11:27 am PST
Pure Energy Inline
Bob Long Torpedo
Custom Built AutoCocker, 18" Ultralite, CCM Inline, ANS Ram, Shocktech LPR, Evil Valve, Free Flow midweight hammer, Custom milled delrin bolt,
Black Dragun Compact, 32 Deg. Whisper Barrel 14", Custom Milled Delrin Bolt, Pure Energy Inline Reg., and a 3A 71/4500 on both
Very consistent, Ergonomic Shape
Not ready to go out of the box
I picked this up on ebay because it was not anoed and I wanted to match it to my marker. I had to replace an O-ring and hone then polish the cylinder so that the plunger would operate properly. In the proccess of doing this I discovered that this reg is virtually identical to the torpedo regs. I have nearly gotten it broken in and it is very consistent with little drop off.
I think that overall this is a good product. I had some difficulties with mine that may be in part my own fault, however these problems were overcome and it works like a dream. I would recommend it to others, It is essentially a Bob Long Torpedo reg and those are awesome.