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Old 04-14-2013, 10:18 PM   #1
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Default New Browning Buckmark .22LR

Just picked up this Browning Buckmark Camper.

It came with the UFX rubber grips. On back is a 16-click per revolution adjustable Pro-Target rear sight. The front sights are Truglo/Marble’s fiber-optic.

The gun is very well balanced and feels good in my hand. I haven't had it out to the range yet. Maybe next week I will take it and my Ruger Mark III 22/45 out and do a little comparison.

Here are a few pics of both pistols.




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Old 04-14-2013, 11:26 PM   #2
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I have one and they are fun and accurate .. do u know about the trigger spring flip? Makes the trigger 2-3lbs and you dont have to buy anything. Its sweet.. when mine was new and got a little dirty it sometimes didnt want to cycle like it should but i just kept a box of cci hv and would run a mag or two and then back to the bulk federal. After 2k rounds it was all broke good and no more slugish cycling. I love mine and sure u will too.

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I have one and they are fun and accurate .. do u know about the trigger spring flip? Makes the trigger 2-3lbs and you dont have to buy anything. Its sweet.. when mine was new and got a little dirty it sometimes didnt want to cycle like it should but i just kept a box of cci hv and would run a mag or two and then back to the bulk federal. After 2k rounds it was all broke good and no more slugish cycling. I love mine and sure u will too.
Hmmm, I will have to check out the trigger spring.

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Its super easy.. take the slide off and all the way to the rear on the grip is a little spring. Punch the pin out remove the spring and flip it over and put the spring and pin back in. Thats it.. when u put it back in u may have to wiggle and force just a little bit but not much. And then check for proper weapon function of course .. but go shoot it with out it always makes u feel better after a good tinker..

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Bought the same buckmark, love it. Only problem I had was with the rear sights. The black on black made it alittle difficult for me. Bought some williams sights and its a worlds of difference. After getting it sighted in, it is just as accurate as my mark III if not more.

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Nice piece. you'll enjoy it. Might look for some target grips.



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I have the Buckmark Stainless Camper version. Warning once you shoot it, it will be hard to put it down!

Disassembly and cleaning it is easy.

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My BBM was my second handgun and is absolutely the gun I am the most accurate with. This is one gun I will never sell.

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Buckmarks are great guns. I think the triggers are a little better out of the box than a Ruger and the balance is fantastic.

You will have a ton of fun out of that Browning OP.

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