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Hypertech Aftermarket Internals for the CCI Phantom?

Here is a set of interesting internals that came in a parts lot recently. I had assumed the bolt was from a Skirmish because the hammer catch slow was obviously different from a Phantoms.

Linkage hole on bolt (left) and linkage rod protruding out of hammer (right).
Linkage hole on bolt (left) and linkage rod protruding out of hammer (right).

Upon closer inspection they are clearly CCI Phantom internals though. I would guess the manufacturer was likely Hypertech but I haven’t seen any proof in ads that this is accurate so it’s just my guess.

Closer look at linkage rod (with rust) coming out of the hammer.
Closer look at linkage rod (with rust) coming out of the hammer.

These internals are pre TPC (tuned port compensator) and feature a very odd linkage rod
to connect the hammer to the bolt and prevent anti kinking.

HB201 and Patent Pending stamped on the back of the hammer.
HB201 and Patent Pending stamped on the back of the hammer.

They are stamped on the back of the hammer with “HB201” and “Patent Pending.”

Another look at stamping on the back of the hammer.
Another look at stamping on the back of the hammer.

These are chrome or nickel plated steel, and the connecting rod looks to be a lower grade then the rest of the internal set.
These internals likely date to 1989-1991.

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  1. I have this same set of internal but mine has HB302M stamped on the back. It has two pump arm holes on the sides as it came out of my bushmaster.

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