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Old 03-18-2013, 08:55 AM   #1
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I haven't heard anyone mention a Buckmark.
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Old 03-18-2013, 10:09 AM   #2
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If I was buying a 22 pistol to shoot as is I would buy a Buckmark target. If I wanted to add race parts I would buy a Ruger MK2
Of course the High Standards made before the move to Texas are good shooters as well

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I'm looking to pick one up in the very near future. They are excellent 22 pistols.

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They are great 22 cal pistols. I also have a Tactical Solutions Barrel which is threaded for mine. Hoping someday to get a suppressor. Have a small red dot optic on it that works well. I would highly suggest the Browning Buck Mark pistol.

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I have a number of .22 pistols. The Buckmark is probably my #2 auto-loader, with my High Standard Supermatic Trophy being #1.

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I just sold one. It was big and heavy for a .22 but accurate and reliable.

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The Buckmark is my favourite .22 pistol. Only mod I've made to mine over the years is the addition of a set of Williams Fire Sights. Good for old eyes and small game

Have owned several Ruger .22 pistols, very good handguns but I definitely prefer the grip angle of the Browning. And the Browning comes with a pretty nice trigger right out of the box.

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My Buckmark is a great shooting machine. Added the reflex sight and made a tack driver out of it.

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Now there's a high tech Buckmark race gun! I'll bet that will indeed make ragged holes

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Love my Buckmark.

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