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Old 12-19-2012, 03:54 AM
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CCM's SR1

My single-shot, bolt-action SR1 sniper rifle:





CCM SR1 with extra-large throw-bolt handle;
Hammerhead Mofo 14" barrel and .686 fin;
Flasc suppressor;
Ergo Suregrip Ambi Grip with palm rest;
Magpul PRS stock;
Accushot monopod with Quick Knob;
Daniel Defense Omega rail with Magpul rail covers;
Bushnell Banner 1-4x scope;
Butler Creek scope covers;
ATACS tactical sling;
Killjoy APR2;
HHA Optimizer; and
Harris Utralight swivel bipod with Alpha Bravo swivel lock.
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Re: CCM's SR1

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Re: CCM's SR1

I officially hate you.

In a good way, beauty marker!
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Old 12-19-2012, 07:56 AM
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Re: CCM's SR1

Beautiful marker, but I dont know if its the pictures of the marker itself, but it looks really squished. :\
How do you like it?

Edit:: How much as well? :P
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Re: CCM's SR1

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Beautiful marker, but I dont know if its the pictures of the marker itself, but it looks really squished. :\
How do you like it?

Edit:: How much as well? :P

What you see as "squished" may be just the optical affect of the scope having to be so high. Unfortunately, paintball masks and first strike ballistics require all that extra height in an optical system if you are going to shoot at longer ranges.

The SR1 is the most consistent rifle (in terms of velocity) that I have ever used. With the rifled barrel, scope, HPA, laser range finder, and HHA Optimizer the gun shoots incredibly well. Out to 50 yards it is capable of hitting googles or hopper-size targets. Out to 60 yards, I can hit an upper body consistently. At 75 yards I am consistently hitting players when I have a full-body shot. The gun is capable of hitting a man-sized target at 90-100 yards and I have done so but I happen to believe that the maximum effective range of first strike rounds is about 75 yards. Beyond that range the round is traveling very, very slowly and the slightest amount of wind moves it around a great deal.

CCM sold the initial prototype (what you see here) for $550 without furniture (no stock, or forearm). With basic furniture (car stock & M4 forearm) it went for $600. The beauty of this gun is (as you can see) is that it takes real-steel parts so you can buy the basic rifle and build it any way you want.
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Have you owned any other CCMs? How is this compared to them?
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Have you owned any other CCMs? How is this compared to them?

Several years ago I was a member of a scenario team. We ran into Bill Holstein (the owner of CCM) at a scenario event. He liked the way we played and became one of our sponsors. Part of that sponsorship included him providing pumps that we could use. When we played with the pumps and took them apart we were amazed at the build quality.

After that scenario team broke up, I kept in touch with Bill and when he was ready to introduce this sniper rifle, I agreed to help him with the testing. I am not a pump player and don't claim to be. When it comes to CQB, I always favored a quality electro, so I have not actually owned a CCM pump, although I played with them during that period of time.

Bill is making these rifles personally and the build quality on the SR1 is just as high as the pumps he sells.
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Re: CCM's SR1

How is the stroke on these compared to the CCMs? (I assume you guys were shooting S5s or S6s)
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Re: CCM's SR1

That is one Serious looking Rifle!!
Very tastefully modded. Will these be sold as production models anytime in the future?
Saw some testing videos on it, but that's about it
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Re: CCM's SR1

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How is the stroke on these compared to the CCMs? (I assume you guys were shooting S5s or S6s)

That's what we used, but it's hard to make that comparison because they are so different from the SR1. The throw on the SR1 is smooth and sure. The difference comes in that the SR1 has no hopper or magazine. With each shot you are racking the bolt back and hand-feeding a first strike into the breach. Definitely a first strike sniper rifle. The beauty is its simplicity. I have fired hundreds of first strikes through two different SR1s and never had a problem or even a paint break.
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