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Old 01-18-2018, 7:16 AM
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My current build super comfy and accurate.


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This is my practical urx bought 2017. Alterations at the time of the photo:

4” tacsol bbl with 2211 comp pinned and welded and front sight removed.

Halo charging ring

Tacsol rail

Holosun solar circle/dot rds

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Tandemkross trigger

Modded safety that doesn’t interfere with my grip (not sure this even exists)

I did try the Heggis Flip, didn’t work for me just caused all manner of failures.


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Buckmark practical urx and contour, accessories where purchased at tandemkross: mag release, magazine buttplate,, and trigger, as well as the extractor.. The practical is rocking a vortex viper, but also have a venom that I might swap later on.
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I added custom grips and fiber optic front sight to the stainless camper with tapered bull barrel.



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..........I can't go through a whole day without thinking about how your Buckmark looks!

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The Gun on the left is the predecessor of the Buckmark. It's a Challenger II.
This gun was manufactured in 1982
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Nothing fancy just something for my boys(14 & 11) to learn on.
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Practical URX w/TRS-25.

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" You magnificent Bastard " (Gen. George C. Patton)

..........I can't go through a whole day without thinking about how your Buckmark looks!
thanks & if you like mine than you'll like the one that inspired it - also the barrel that is on mine now is actually my second barrel, the first wasn't capped and pinned and was also more of a matte black which matched the receiver much better... unfortunatly there was an issue with it & TacSol replaced it with the one that is on there now which is more of a gloss

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Two things:

1. Cactus Tim where did you get that holster?
2. Dang there is nice Buckmark Porn.

I wonder if we should have a thread for other gun porn

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1. Cactus Tim where did you get that holster?
2. Dang there is nice Buckmark Porn.

I wonder if we should have a thread for other gun porn
Bought the holster at America's Gun Store.
All my leather holsters I've ordered from them.
They're a good outfit.

https://www.americasgunstore.com/tri...agazine-pouch/



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The Gun on the left is the predecessor of the Buckmark. It's a Challenger II.
This gun was manufactured in 1982
Oh, the Browning Challenger.

Once, I shoot High Standard at the range , the guy next to my booth ask :Is that the Browning ...... (something I forget) ? I reply no this is the High Standard. Now I know what he was talking about . Thanks for the picture and the explain .
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thanks & if you like mine than you'll like the one that inspired it - also the barrel that is on mine now is actually my second barrel, the first wasn't capped and pinned and was also more of a matte black which matched the receiver much better... unfortunatly there was an issue with it & TacSol replaced it with the one that is on there now which is more of a gloss

What did it start off as/mods? Great looking gun!
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^ Who makes those grips?
I like 'em.
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^ Who makes those grips?
I like 'em.
isn't my gun but IIRC they are the old factory grips
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isn't my gun but IIRC they are the old factory grips
Got ahold of the owner and they're actually discontinued tacsol grips.
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I'll look for a set on ebay or where ever.
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Rusty22 what rail mount is on those buckmark with the red grips?
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Rusty22 what rail mount is on those buckmark with the red grips?
that rail was something I "tinkered" with a while back. it's an aluminum rail with a dovetail profile machined throughout the full length. the optics base is just a rectangular piece of aluminum with a dovetail groove that allows it to slide back and forth on the rail. it has threaded holes for the sight (jpoint) and is secured in place via 2 set screws (not visible).

other things i've tinkered with was attaching an underlug to one of my buckmarks and a full length rail for the slabsided barrels...

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Rusty those are freakin' awesome.
I need to gussy up my ol' faithful...she's earned it!
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Buckmarks are great plinkers to shoot with on a budget and every accurate.
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What flat trigger is that?
it is one of Rusty22's designs
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finally something from rusty!
wow, did not know that I was holding up the party!

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I need to gussy up my ol' faithful...she's earned it!
thanks for the kind words. I say "gussy her up" all u want...

here's some inspiration:

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Old style Buckmark. Started as a Silhouette version but that is illegal here in CA now (forward grip/shroud). So I picked up a 5.5" TrailLite barrel, compensator and top rail from Tactical Solutions, Hogue grips and a Burris FastFire 3 red dot.

Am considering changing the slide to the newer style and adding a charging handle since the internals are due to be replaced anyway.

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So a few parts arrived.

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Just curious, do you find that the front sight is useful for acquiring the red dot? I removed the front sight on mine and had trouble quickly getting on target with a 3moa vortex venom, I ended up switching the venom for a circle/dot holosun I had on a rifle which helped a lot.


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Just curious, do you find that the front sight is useful for acquiring the red dot? I removed the front sight on mine and had trouble quickly getting on target with a 3moa vortex venom, I ended up switching the venom for a circle/dot holosun I had on a rifle which helped a lot.


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I don't use the front sight at all, it just happens to come on the TrailLite barrel. The FF3 has a white vertical line on the back I use to reference my sight picture and that gets the dot visible pretty quickly.
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I don't use the front sight at all, it just happens to come on the TrailLite barrel. The FF3 has a white vertical line on the back I use to reference my sight picture and that gets the dot visible pretty quickly.


I have a trail lite also, I removed the sight for aesthetics but wondered if it helped with red dot acquisition, I guess the answer is not.


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I just picked up my first buckmark about two month ago and love it. Any grip recommendations though? I thought I would like the URX grips but I'm more indifferent about them after a couple thousand rounds.
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I just picked up my first buckmark about two month ago and love it. Any grip recommendations though? I thought I would like the URX grips but I'm more indifferent about them after a couple thousand rounds.
Be careful when purchasing grips for your Buckmark. They are very model specific, and do not interchange between models very well. Also the grip screws are different from model to model. If you want to see what will fit and what won't check with the people at Midwest Gun Works. They will make sure you only buy what will fit your gun.

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