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Old 05-25-2009, 4:23 AM
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Default Lets See Them BuckMarks

Here's Mine I love this gun.
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how do these compare to the rugers?
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They are supposed to be easier to upgrade because the barrel is easier to remove. also supposed to have a better trigger. But thats all a matter of opinion.
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I like that gun metal/black/gold color combo you got there! Getting a BuckMark is in my future!
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Old 05-26-2009, 2:22 AM
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that is a pretty gun. love the wood grips. I may go that route on my next one.
How do yo like the tactical solutions barrel? Is it worth the mula?

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that is a pretty gun. love the wood grips. I may go that route on my next one.
How do yo like the tactical solutions barrel? Is it worth the mula?
Love the TS barrel. Very light, very accurate.
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Mine has turned out to be quite reliable and accurate.

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very nice
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Here's mine, I absolutely love this gun. Buckmark Plus Stainless UDX fitted with a Tactical Solutions integral rail and an Ultra Dot L/T. I decided to move the optic further back on the rail so I could access the front screw without having to remove it. Even with blue Loctite, the front screw comes loose after a single range trip.

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jpopfan. Good taste! BTW: If you want to keep the front screw from coming loose, make sure to clean the hole out with some 99% rubbing alcohol before you put the loctite on.




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nice buckmark, i was able to find a ruger mkiii for a decent price recently but i think the buckmark is a nicer looking pistol.
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Here's mine, I've posted it before so you may have seen it already.

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all i see it glocks for miles....
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WhiteHot, thanks for the tip, I gave it a good cleaning and reset the screw with loctite. I'll know after next week's range trip if it did the trick or not.

TonyM, great looking setup. I'm beginning to like the short barrel + compensator combination. I take it the comp is pinned in place? Will TacSol do that prior to shipment or did you have to arrange to have it done?
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TonyM, great looking setup. I'm beginning to like the short barrel + compensator combination. I take it the comp is pinned in place? Will TacSol do that prior to shipment or did you have to arrange to have it done?

Yes, it is pinned in place.
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without a doubt my most enjoyable pistol.
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Hey TonyM that is one of the nicest buckmarks I've seen. What model is it?

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Here's mine, I've posted it before so you may have seen it already.

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Hey TonyM that is one of the nicest buckmarks I've seen. What model is it?
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It started out as my "cheap gun", for my wife to shoot. I got hooked on it and had to upgrade it. It was a Camper model with a 5.5" barrel. Then I spent about 2x what the gun cost on the Tactical solutions Parts (barrel, compensator/brake, grips, rail with rear sight) and the Docter Optic and mount. Well, there went the idea of a "cheap gun".

Now my wife's "cheap gun" is a Glock 19.
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Great job on your Buckmark Tony! You have inspired me to make this my next purchase.
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Have had this for some time. Love shooting it. Almost always with me at the pistol range.

Started out as a Buckmark Standard, Pre-Mag Disconnect. Factory barrel actually has zero rounds through it.

Mods from new on:

- Tactical Solution Trail-Lite Matte Black 7.25" Bull Barrel
- Tactical Solution Original Aluminum Grips - Matte Black
- Hi-Viz Fiber Optic front sight
- "Heggis Flip" Spring Flip
- Factory Browning Target Trigger w/ over travel stop screw

My Favorite of all: "THE ULTIMATE CLIPLOADER"
* Had this from day one, so been spoiled with loading .22lr Buckmark magazines. This thing is Freaking Awesome !!!



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TonyM - Your Buck Mark reminds me alot of my Ruger Standard. Nice and clean.

Here's a pic of my Buck Mark URX Standard 5.5". In my opinion, right out of the box, Optics are the only thing needed, for me. I couldn't visualize which would look best, now with this thread, I've got a few ideas.

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Where do you get the "adapter" that allows you to use 1911 grips???
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I have NOT found a .22 pistol I like more then my BUCKMARK... I love it... I have like 15 plus magazines with it. And I can shoot it all day! I love it!!!
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I have NOT found a .22 pistol I like more then my BUCKMARK... I love it... I have like 15 plus magazines with it. And I can shoot it all day! I love it!!!
Pics???

i get my first Buckmark out of jail on Tuesday. I cant wait to trick her out like some of you.
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8200rpm,
where did you get the colored slide lock and thumb safety extensions? i tried making one out of delrin but looked like CRAP.

homemade? nice !
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How did you permanently install the muzzle brake? I've been weighing my options on the best method.
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How did you permanently install the muzzle brake? I've been weighing my options on the best method.
Blind pinned and refinished with MolyResin.
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couple of "work-in-progress" pics of a buddy's buckmark that i'm currently working on:

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ok its official. im gonna do that to the buckmark im gonna buy as soon as i can find one. thats a really nice looking buckmark.
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Just Started the DROS on mine today, pics coming soon. I had to order it off the net without even handling one first, it was even nicer in hand than I suspected. I have a feeling it's going to be a great little 22.
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ok so i found a camper model and bought it. im thinking about the 5.5 inch non fluted threaded barrell so i can get the comp, and have it pinned. now the waiting game begins.
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No pics yet guys?
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I'm a TonyM poser, I was inspired too after seeing his Buckmark...and well:


I was going to return it after I put it on and didn't know if the reduced weight was going to factor in on accuracy...but I couldn't...and nobody wanted to buy so I decided to keep it and I shot it yesterday. Pretty accurate!

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Just waiting till I have some good lighting.
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Looking good guys. I almost bought your barrel BTANGO.
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