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Old 04-04-2013, 09:39 PM   #11
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From what I read it's got A LOT of safeties, I think I counted five! No thanks, make something more solid that isn't built by lawyers and I might consider it. Until then I'll keep cussing out my Mk III while cleaning it.

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Hats the reason why I won't own one. My sister just bought a buckmark lite a few weeks ago and she hasn't shot it yet because she's afraid to strip it to clean it and I won't do it for her.
I purchased a Mark III and a week later a Buckmark. I have yet to field strip the Mark III. I did field strip the Buckmark and its easy. Just get the right bit for the top screws and the right bit for the barrel screw. They are 3/32 for the top and 7/64 for the barrel.
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I do not see the point of these... even if they did work.

Hmm... a .22LR with $hitty ergonomics... because... ???

Don't get it.

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