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Old 09-21-2010, 08:57 PM   #1
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I just got this today. Browning Buckmark Hunter. The gun shoots great and is very accurate. Trigger pull is light and crisp. The trigger reset I feel is to long but not bad. No misfires or FTF. The mag release is hard to push and loading the mags can get messy if one round does fall straight. Little pricy but worth it. The Red Dot is not the greatest but gets job done.


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I like that you posted this in "concealed carry & personal protection".



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That looks great! I like the rail on top. I'm going to get pics of my new one up soon.

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I like that you posted this in "concealed carry & personal protection".
Maybe he made a IWB holster for it, and carries it concealed?

I love my buckmark. It will fire any .22 made. Very accurate.

Only one issue. Becareful when taking down for cleaning. The spring/buffer/firing pin combo is a real bich.

Cleaning this one usually puts me a in a bad mood.
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It came with very nice-looking grips.

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Sorry wrong tread it should of been in the 22 section.

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Sorry wrong tread it should of been in the 22 section.
Nah, it's a handgun.
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What is the warranty on a Browning?

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What is the warranty on a Browning?
Did yours come with paperwork? Are you having issues?
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Yes it came with paperwork. Don't have any issues with it but there is no mention any were in all the papers. It just said if you have any problems with your firearm contact them. Is a lifetime like S & W?



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