Browning Buck Mark Practical

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Summary: The manufacturer’s description and specs, and the average user rating for the Browning Buck Mark Practical pistol.

Manufacturer’s Description

Every Buck Mark starts out as a solid piece of aircraft-grade 7075 aluminum alloy, and then is CNC machined to exacting tolerances. The crisp single-action trigger, hand-reamed chamber, target crowned barrel and finely adjustable target sights mean the Buck Mark comes ready for fun straight from the box.

General Buck Mark series features include:

  • Action: The straight blowback design offers enhanced simplicity and reliability.
  • Slide: Built-in recess and raised side panels for better grip. The convenient manual slide release is easily operated with the shooting or support hand.
  • Barrel: Each chamber is hand-reamed and muzzle crowns are recessed to protect them from damage that could degrade accuracy.
  • Rear sight: 16-click per revolution adjustable Pro-Target sight is standard on all models. This sight provides a finer range of adjustment over the industry’s standard of 12 clicks per revolution.
  • Magazine: Heat treated magazine body for long-term feeding reliability. Coil spring provides more consistent follower angle than typical Z-spring. 10-round capacity.
  • Magazine release: Positioned adjacent to the trigger guard for convenient operation.
  • Safety: Large, manual thumb safety. Trigger is disconnected when magazine is removed for added safety.

The Buck Mark Practical is chambered in .22 LR and features:

  • an alloy receiver with a matte gray finish;
  • a tapered bull barrel with a matte blued finish;
  • a Truglo/Marble’s fiber-optic front sight; and
  • Ultragrip RX ambidextrous grips.

MSRP: $399

The Specs

Caliber Capacity OAL BBL Weight
.22 LR 10+1 9.5 5.5″ 2 lbs., 2 oz.

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