Here are some sites for the Browning Buckmark. I picked up a Buckmark Camper Stainless Steel from Sportsman's Warehouse $299.00, dropped about 200 to 300 rounds, did not count the amount of times reloading the 10-round magazine. The container that was full of Blazer CCI .22LR was depleted.
I did not have one FTF the entire time. Cleaning was easy, did not do a complete disassembly, used the standard cleaning, as well as toothbrush cotton swabs, and the snake! Will breakdown next time.
The current manual that comes with, does not provide any information on disassembling for cleaning. Did the google and here are a 2 sites:
The following site provides pictures and little more indepth information that the manual listed above:
Some of the issues on complete cleaning:
1. In order to clean and lubricate the slide rails and the inner working of the "slide", it is necessary to unscrew the sight base after cocking the gun, and then pull the slide carefully off of the frame. Needless to say this throws off the sights which must then be readjusted.
I have taken to cleaning out the barrel, and then going after the ejector face, and the slide rails with a toothbrush to save myself the trouble of disassembling the gun and readjusting the sights.
2. It is also important to exercise some caution about the extractor and the extractor spring. I spent a frustrating half hour crawling around on the floor of my dinning room brushing my hand across the carpet in an effort to find an escaped extractor spring. The extractor, spring and tensioner all departed the slide when I ran a tooth brush across the face of the breech. They are held in only by spring tension.
3. The earlier guns had a plastic magazine catch which would be slowly eaten away as it wore against the cut outs in the metal magazines. This problem does not exist in the newer guns, which have a metal catch.