Finally decided on a 22LR....

Finally decided on a 22LR....

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    Finally decided on a 22LR....

    After trying to decide on a 22LR....I went with the Buckmark.

    It has a 4" threaded barrel and I plan on getting a can for it, of course after the ATF gets the paper work and about 4 months later, I am able to pick it up. I put 200 rds through it and am impressed.









    BTW...I changed the trigger to a 2.5 lb pull....you can do this yourself and it does make a difference.

    Here is how to do the trigger mod on the Buckmark. However, instead of using the allen wrench....it is easier to dissemble the gun using a proper size allen head in a replacable head screw driver....it takes less time and is easy to get to the screws.

    YouTube - EXCLUSIVE!!! Browning Buckmark Trigger Mod
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    GREAT GREAT GREAT!!!!! My pop has one and I love it...... Great gun loads of fun and a true shooter!

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    Might have to look at the Buckmarks when my S&W 22A gets shot out,probably have around 20,000 rounds thru it now
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    Great choice. I do not particular care for the front sight because it looks fragile, but Im sure its a shooter.
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    Everyone should have a .22 pistol of some sort, it is a great way to stay fresh on the basics of marksmanship, without spending an arm and leg to shoot. Enjoy your plinker.
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    very nice purchase!
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckeyeLCPL View Post
    Everyone should have a .22 pistol of some sort, it is a great way to stay fresh on the basics of marksmanship, without spending an arm and leg to shoot. Enjoy your plinker.
    I think a good 22 is key to being able to enjoy our sport (unless you are rich)

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    Nice choice. Enjoy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    Might have to look at the Buckmarks when my S&W 22A gets shot out,probably have around 20,000 rounds thru it now
    Well you have a way to go.. I had double that when I sold mine to a friend for his kids to practice with..and they have put a ton more thru it..

    I have a buckmark camper and its a fun gun. Pretty darn accurate too!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    Might have to look at the Buckmarks when my S&W 22A gets shot out,probably have around 20,000 rounds thru it now
    Can you wear a S&W out?? Surely, you will be tarred and feathered for even suggesting such a thing here!

    Looking at making the 22A my next and last-for-a-while plinker. It will also be my first Smith.

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