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Old 07-20-2012, 05:05 PM   #1
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Rescently acquired 2012 Buckmark preowned 99.9%. I have a challenger III, so I thought disassembly would be the same. The factory put LOk-Tite on the barrell screw. I called Browning and they insisted I don't take the gun down, Just oil it don't even squirt Gunscrub in it. I don't agree with this. I never had an autoloader that I shouldn't take down. Is this reasonable advice, or do they want to CTA in case I f**k it up?


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Old 07-21-2012, 02:45 PM   #2
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I love getting guns in plastic baggies.
It makes my Saturdays go by pretty fast and puts some extra change in my pockets.

Seriously, without knowing your skill level with firearms, I would normally agree with the manufacturer.
The user's manual does not address the complete takedown for that CTA reason.


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That just took the Buckmark out of the running for my first .22 pistol... The Ruger Mk.II/Mk.III is a nightmare, but at least its do-able.
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See Buckmark Field Stripping on Utube. The barrel really doesn't need to be removed. You should still consider it., Sputnik
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I don't take mine apart to clean it

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There's no need to.

and if factory tells you not to ... I'd probably listen.



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