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Old 03-29-2018, 3:10 PM
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You guys are killing me. I've got new gun money just burning a hole in my pocket. I can't get a ppc9 and I've been looking at these for awhile.
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Nothing special, dang rusty22, those are some bad ***** pistols!

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Old 05-19-2018, 12:32 PM
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Default 1 month and no one posted pics???

this needs a major bump...

here's a pic of an allchin mount that i drilled and tapped for both the OPTIMA, FIREPOINT, JPOINT, and BURRIS FF3, as well...



here's a pic of the allchin w/ a cmore sight as inteneded to be used...



here's a pic of the allchin w/ a TASCO OPTIMA/JPOINT mounted...



here's a pic of the allchin w/ a BURRIS FF3 mounted...



no rocket science here, you just need to work w/ someone who can accurately locate/drill holes and tap them the correct thread pitch for the mounting screws.
hope this helps...

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p.s. thanks to all for the kind words regarding my "tinkering". much appreciated! now, post some pics!!!

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Old 05-25-2018, 7:25 PM
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I had a chance to shoot my new Buckmark URX yesterday. I can see why you guys love these guns. I fed it 3 different kinds of bulk pack without a problem. The trigger is awesome, the grip and the weight are perfect.
Thanks to all of you for leading me down this path.
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Sweeeet, which do you prefer?
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Ruger Mark IV. Much easier to clean and a lot sexier
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really? and in a buckmark thread? blasphemy!!!

sorry but I have to represent the "brotherhood of buckmark"...


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Ruger Mark IV. Much easier to clean and a lot sexier
Any difference in accuracy?
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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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That sexy trigger, very alluring my friend.
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I’ll be picking up my Buckmark Plus UDX Rosewood variant this weekend. Can’t wait. Really wanted a Ruger MKIV but they were near impossible to find as a CA resident. Anyways, I’m very excited and from all my research they appear to be evenly matched in terms of accuracy. Good looking pictures posted! I will post some once I get mine and then install the new parts.

Quick question: With the intention of competing in Conventional Pistol matches (25yd & 50yd) I’m interested in more info about barrels both related to accuracy and balance. Anyone of you Buckmark fans know if there is a thread already? I searched but didn’t really see one specifically. Don’t want to side track this thread so I’ll stop there.

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Very simple, Countour and Lite (long barrel), just a thump rest grip on Lite everything else are stock.



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I'd settle for a Buckmark
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Default history lesson:buckmark story...

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I'd settle for a Buckmark
whether shooting steel plates, bullseye targets, or any furry creature of choice, you would NOT be settling with a buckmark...

take notes, there will be a pop quiz in the near future!

disclaimer: NOT MY ARTICLE, just re-posting so someone's hard work can be appreciated by those who need some informing...



BMSTORY1 by rusty_22@sbcglobal.net, on Flickr

BMSTORY2 by rusty_22@sbcglobal.net, on Flickr

BMSTORY3 by rusty_22@sbcglobal.net, on Flickr

BMSTORY4 by rusty_22@sbcglobal.net, on Flickr

hope you guys enjoyed the article! i know i did. enjoyed it so much that I made sure to forward it to all my shooting buddies who owned RUGERS!!!:
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Default Buckmark Plus UDX Rosewood

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I’ll be picking up my Buckmark Plus UDX Rosewood variant this weekend. Can’t wait. Really wanted a Ruger MKIV but they were near impossible to find as a CA resident. Anyways, I’m very excited and from all my research they appear to be evenly matched in terms of accuracy. Good looking pictures posted! I will post some once I get mine and then install the new parts.

Quick question: With the intention of competing in Conventional Pistol matches (25yd & 50yd) I’m interested in more info about barrels both related to accuracy and balance. Anyone of you Buckmark fans know if there is a thread already? I searched but didn’t really see one specifically. Don’t want to side track this thread so I’ll stop there.
So I bought the Buckmark Plus UDX Rosewood variant with slab side barrel. After holding several different variations including those with a what looked like bull barrels, I noticed they were actually lighter than the slab side. I prefer the heavier option for the sake of my Conventional Pistol match bulls-eye competition.

Installed a Tactical Solutions rail and a Vortex Venom red dot sight. Used Aguila 22LR Match Grade ammo and did extremely well in competition. I was shooting the other day with my wife and we tested accuracy at a 10yd target. I benched the pistol and was able to put seven rounds (of 8 fired; I jerked one) in an area no larger than a nickel (closer to dime size). I'm super happy with Buckmark and would definitely recommend it. It's hard for me to imagine that this thing could get any more accurate.



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Nice gun. I have the same.
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Default my buddy's buckmark...

here's my buddy's buckmark. totally his vision, was more than happy to help him make it a reality...

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All these sweet buckmark are off roster, are you guys getting these ppt?
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All these sweet buckmark are off roster, are you guys getting these ppt?
Once you get the on-roster pistol, its all aftermarket parts after that.
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Once you get the on-roster pistol, its all aftermarket parts after that.
think of a buckmark as a "blank canvas"...

here's a link to "CA-friendly" models...

http://www.browning.com/products/fir...compliant.html



















the nice thing about buckmarks is that once you have the receiver/frame with the grip type of choice (standard/UFX, URX, or UDX), you can order most other parts (barrels, slides, fire control, etc...) from either browning parts dept. or aftermarket enabler/vendor! you can build a 4" shorty/micro or go long w/ a 14" unlimited silhouette bull barrel and/or go back and forth if that's what floats your boat!

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think of a buckmark as a "blank canvas"...

here's a link to "CA-friendly" models...

http://www.browning.com/products/fir...compliant.html



















the nice thing about buckmarks is that once you have the receiver/frame with the grip type of choice (standard/UFX, URX, or UDX), you can order most other parts (barrels, slides, fire control, etc...) from either browning parts dept. or aftermarket enabler/vendor! you can build a 4" shorty/micro or go long w/ a 14" unlimited silhouette bull barrel and/or go back and forth if that's what floats your boat!
Thanks Rusty, I'll be on the hunt for a good priced BM and Frankenstein it!
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Very simple, Countour and Lite (long barrel), just a thump rest grip on Lite everything else are stock.


I just bought a 7.25 Lite, where did you get the grips? I didn't think URX grips were very available. Thought I might have to make my own.

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With the older 7" Tactical Solutions barrel.

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Default Buck Mark

Buck Mark Plus Stainless UDX with Outerimpact mount adapter and Vortex Venom 6 moa
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Great thread!!

This is my first post on this forum, and I really like Buckmarks, so this is a cool thing to see.

Love the way the Contour models look, though I've only shot the URX models.

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