Gun Report

Browning Buck Mark Bullseye Target Stainless

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The discovery of two missing parts upon disassembly leads us to question Browning's quality control. We suggest this gun as a good buy for those looking to get started in competitive bullseye, but consumers should make sure all the pieces are there before taking one home.

Browning Buck Mark Bullseye Target Stainless

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Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Span Single

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The manual that came with the Browning Buck Mark indicated using a flat-tip screwdriver to loosen the barrel mounting screw at the front of the frame. But we didn't find a flat-tip screw there. All our sample had was a deeply recessed Allen screw, which required a soft mallet to budge.
The Browning Buck Mark Bullseye Target Stainless fully disassembled. Notice the toothed lockwasher just underneath the front of the sight base (top piece). Notice the absence of it at the rear of the same sight base. We didn't lose it, it just wasn't on our sample.
Our test shooters liked the safety and slide release on the Browning. Both stuck out well from the gun's frame and were easy to access.

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