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Lee’s uniquely set up Hornet pump

Crandall's awesome Hornet

Here is a picture that Lee Randolph sent of his Hornet Paint Guns ”Hornet.”

Lee says that the CCM Thin frame will fit on a ranger rail without any modifications.

The trigger is replaced with a Pro Teams Products Micro Mag Trigger but likely any automag trigger would work. The sear in the frame is the ranger grip frame sear (not an autococker sear).

Internals are likely ranger internals (bolt and hammer) to work with the Ranger sear in the frame but I am not sure.

The feed is a PTP powerfeed which usually came with Warp feed and the feed tube is from a long bow.

The hornet normally take a standard copper 45 directly into the neck of the pump handle (pump and direct feed are connected) but looking at Lee’s pic, the powerfeed adapter but fit perfectly in the pump handle’s feed hole.

Lee uses NW bottomline qds to change between L/T stock setups between his pumps.

I will post specific parts off the site below so everyone knows the exact parts that would be needed to use one of these CCM thin frames on a nelson.

Thanks for sharing the pictures and info Lee!

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