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Old 05-30-2009, 10:27 PM   #21
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As I mentioned previously, I bought a Browning Buck Mark. I really like it, especially now that I had fiber optic sights (front and rear) installed.

Here's the one I bought:
Buck Mark Standard Stainless URX, , Browning Firearms Product

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I shoot the S&W 22a with a red dot sight on it and love it.

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Old 05-31-2009, 02:34 AM   #23
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I shoot the S&W 22a with a red dot sight on it and love it.
Just curious -- have you shot other 22s like the Ruger Mark II (or III), or the Brownings? Would you say that your S&W is comparably accurate? Also, when did you buy yours and what was the price (if you recall)?

Sorry about all the questions. Just trying to get a feel for what others have.
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As I mentioned previously, I bought a Browning Buck Mark. I really like it, especially now that I had fiber optic sights (front and rear) installed.

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Buck Mark Standard Stainless URX, , Browning Firearms Product
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Thanks! Some people chide me because I didn't buy a Ruger, but I'm happy with what I have.
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Could be because I have a buckmark, 95 model.

Range report?

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Could be because I have a buckmark, 95 model.

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How long have you had your 95? Are you happy with it?
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Love it. I've only had it a few months, but it is very nice.

Shoots great, great trigger, great accuracy! I'd like to get a red dot scope for it some day.

I've already had people I shoot with try and talk me out of it, nope!
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My vote will be for the Mark II, Mark III, or the 22/45, although, they are real bastards to take apart and clean. I just finished cleaning 3 Ruger 22s for customers and you almost need three hands to put them back together.

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Browning buckmark is the way to go! IMHO

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