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Browning Goes for the Full Rack With New Buck Mark Handguns

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  • Browning Goes for the Full Rack With New Buck Mark Handguns

    Putting more pressure on the competition, Browning has released multiple new Buck Mark handguns to the market. The new releases cover a large swatch of niches including lightweight models and various additions to the Buck Mark Plus line up. Like all the previous Buck Mark handguns, the new Buck Markhandguns are made in the USA on a machined aluminum frame, operate on reliable blowback action, and have crisp single-action triggers with adjustable sights.

    Suppressor shooters can rejoice with the first new model, the Buck Mark Field Target Suppressor Ready model. The handgun is set up for superb recoil handing featuring a 5.5″ threaded barrel including the thread protector. Further, it should be easy to set it up as a target pistol with integral adjustable Pro-Target rear sight. Making it classy are included laminated Cocobolo target grips. Retail is set at $599.99. Fortunately, those wanting only looks with no threaded barrel can move to the Field Target option at $579 retail.


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    http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2...mark-handguns/


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