Browning® Buck Mark® Standard URX Pistol - Black
Both my Buck Marks are awesome
I take many friends kids to the NRA Headquarters range. We shoot 500 rounds in each gun when we are there. The only time I have had a jaming issue is when I use the small remmington box of ammo. Two or three rounds seem to jam. Buying the 500 round box I have no issue. Federal ammo is great. very clean ammo so your figers dont end up black.
Once sighted in they have remained on target. My first BuckMark has shot 500 every two weeks since December 2009. I have it professionaly cleaned and broken down once a year. No parts have been replaced.
If you see a few kids shooting these Buck Marks at NRA Headquartes come say hi and give them a try. You will love the Buck Mark series gun.
February 29, 2012
I purchased the Bushmark in June and took it to the range the day after I picked it up. The gun feels great in my hand and I fired 250 rounds through it with no problems. All 250 shots were within a 6 inch ring at 25 feet. I am very happy with it.
July 3, 2011
Browning® Buck Mark® Standard URX Pistol
Got this Cyber Monday and with the tax relief and free Winchester 22's it was a great deal. Been watching for 4 months trying to find one for a good price and landed this one. Been to the range 3 times, 600 plus rounds through it. CCI's flawless, Federal's flawless, Remington Golden 2 FTF. Head of bullets were a bit loose? Overall wonderful. Only cleaned twice and it was not as bad as the you tube reviews. Debating a reflex sight but it was zeroed from the factory as well as I can shoot. At 25 yards a 3 inch pattern, probably could do better in the hands of a marksman. If you are looking, this one is fun and a pretty site to look at
December 16, 2014
This One Get's 'em Coming Back for More
Browning Buckmark WOW! This is a sweet shooter! It feeds everything I've put in the mag. Very seldom do I get a failure to feed or eject. And that is usually after everybody, and I mean everybody has run 50 to 60 rounds a piece through it. A drop of oil and a pass with the bore snake and she is off and running again.
This little jewel shoots the cheap stuff and keeps shooting it.
The Buckmark is a stout little "son of an engineering wonder". It has some heft to it. Feels like you are holding some thing much bigger.
Trigger has a nice crisp break to it. Sights are not fancy but work well. The grips are probably one of the nicer features on this fine little weapon. It seems that everyone is comfortable with them. This the pistol that I start young'uns and new shooters on. They get it real quick. They come back for more.
The rough part of owning this shooter is that it does not take down easily for the new comer. You need a set of allen wrenches to do more than running a bore snake and spraying with action cleaner. After the first couple of times it is a snap, but those first few times can be intimidating. Check out some videos on line from your favorite video site to get the low down on the cleaning. It makes it much simpler. The other minor peeve is it comes with one mag. Additional magazines are common, but not cheap. I don't need gazillions of 'em, the Browning is not first choice for a defensive shooter, but hey, two in the box would be decent Browning. (Hope they read these things)
I have several thousands of rounds through mine and it is as tight as the day I brought it home. The Browning is well built. We are talking T-A-N-K well built. It is much cheaper to shoot than some other temporarily mental makes out there. It is accurate. Yep! Real accurate. Great pistol to train and teach with. Kids love to shoot it. Heck fire I love to shoot it. It has a permanent spot in the range bag.
Pick it up, handle it, give it the once over, put it down and go look at other .22 shooters. You to will come back to it. Everybody I know does. It may cost you a few more dollars, but it is gonna be worth it.
Alright let's get some ammo and go shootin'! Catch ya at the range.
January 20, 2013