Gun Report

Browning Buck Mark Sporter .22 LR

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Though unconventional and pricey, this little pistol/rifle combo shoots well, handles fast, and offers a lot of fun for the package. The next thing we'd want is a 20- or 30-round cilp!

Browning Buck Mark Sporter .22 LR

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Hunting
Recreational
Competition
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Drop at Front Comb
Drop at Back Comb
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Barrel Finish
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The right-handed magazine release on the top front pistol grip and the slide lock on the top back of the grip were easy to use and effective. Empty magazines smoothly and easily ejected from the grip.
Note how the grip is attached to the stock, which is the only non-traditional look of the firearm. This system provides a good balance and handling ability for the quick, light rifle.
Attractive and traditional, the feel of the Buck Mark's walnut stock was favored by all members of our test team and provided an easier adjustment of cheek to stock than the Walther.
Easily adjustable and very visible, the red optic rear sight combined with a chartreuse front sight to provide a very quick method of getting on target.

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