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Browning buckmark .22 Camper

Old 11-22-2003, 09:43 PM
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Default Browning buckmark .22 Camper

I have a few pistol and recently pruchased this one for grouse and rabbit hunting.

I went out to the range to play for a little while took the 100 bullets that they gave me with the purchase only planning to shoot 10 to 25 rounds but it was so much fun to shoot i ended up going thru both boxes of ammo

I started shooting my McDonalds cup at 10 and 15 yards then i moved to old shotshells by the time i was finished i was nocking 8 out of 10 shotshells down at 20 yards

this is well better than i can shoot my 9mm .45 or .44 and its a whole lot easier on the wrist

also i went out today and took 4 bunnies with it

I would rate this gun 5 stars great for kids(with adult supervision)women and men
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Old 11-22-2003, 10:00 PM
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I have had a buckmark for 13 years ane it' s a blast. Great gun for the young and old alike.
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Old 11-22-2003, 11:33 PM
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I have a browning buckmark camper, and I think it is a great shooting pistol for the price. I can easily hit cans out to 25 yds and the best part about it is, the buckmark is very cheap to shoot. This gun is a great purchase for anyone who is interested in plinking and also for someone who wants to have a pistol on their side for scouting.
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Old 11-24-2003, 09:12 AM
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I' ve had a Buckmark for 10 years. I love it.

I' ve fired several thousand rounds through it, sometimes 500 rounds in one afternoon.

I have found that I don' t get any jams until I get to about 350 rounds fired without cleaning. At that point all I do is spray the heck out of it with WD-40, shake off the excess, wipe dry with a rag, then back to shooting. Once I get home I strip it down and give it a thorough cleaning. I think this is the best 22 auto out there. I' ve had the Ruger, but it would jam earlier, and wasn' t as accurate.
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Old 11-24-2003, 09:46 AM
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for plinking its the best thing ive got, not as accurate as my target gun but then again its a lot cheaper too. i will routinely run a couple hundred rounds in an afternoon plinking. i dont like having boxes that arent full or empty. its all or nothing there is no in between
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Old 11-27-2003, 08:12 AM
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i have 10-15,000 rounds through mine and i love it. the only time i get any jams is if the sight base screws work loose (has only happened twice). i know atleast 8 other people who own them and everyone loves theirs
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