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Old 09-14-2009, 08:10 PM   #1
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Default Range Report Buckmark 22lr

So I picked up a Buckmarkk 22 that a friend wanted to sell. I've had it now for about four months but just got things transfered into my name. Actually we put this one in my girlfriends name. She is really getting into shooting now that she has her own gun. We took it to the range for the first time as our own last Saterday. Fun little shooter.

And it fills up the travel case real nice.


Gun--- Browning Buckmark Camper
Caliber--- 22LR
Range--- 21 feet
Conditions---Indoor
Ammo--- Federal 22lr bulk
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Old 09-14-2009, 09:24 PM   #2
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Nice Buckmark, shooting and collection! Glad to hear that your missus is getting in to target shooting. I'm sure that really adds to the fun factor when you can take her along and you both enjoy it. What make/model pistol is the top left one in the case?
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Nice Buckmark, shooting and collection! Glad to hear that your missus is getting in to target shooting. I'm sure that really adds to the fun factor when you can take her along and you both enjoy it. What make/model pistol is the top left one in the case?
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Very nice!! I've had my buckmark for a while now and it has many many rounds through it. It is reliable and accurate and that's all I expect out of a firearm.
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Good shooting Jo. I love .22s as I can actually afford to shoot them. The Buckmark I had was very picky about ammo so I sold it and went with Rugers. I really prefer the Buckmark trigger though as the Rugers need work to be their equal in that regard...
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Good shooting Jo, but you did not say or specify who really did the shooting at said targets, you or your girlfriend? At any rate, good shooting the both of ya. She didn't out shoot ya did she Jo?

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Investigate doing the "spring flip" modification. It's fairly easy (I did it on my Camper) & should only take about 10 minutes and it doesn't cost any thing. It'll cut the trigger pull in half. Mine likes CCI subsonics.
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Nice shooting.




Are those powder burns on the paper?
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Are those powder burns on the paper?
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