New for 2018: Browning Buck Mark Plus Camper UFX Suppressor Ready

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posted on January 26, 2018
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Everyone needs a plinking/small-game rimfire pistol in his or her life, and if your life is lacking, Browning’s new Buck Mark Plus Camper UFX Suppressor Ready can fill the void. It’s a new extension of Browning’s Buck Mark pistol line, and has it all—crisp trigger, threaded muzzle and a Picatinny rail.

To find the ideal semi-auto .22 pistol for camping, hunting, plinking and training kids to shoot, a person must have certain, well, demands, regarding what that pistol must be, and what it must do. It must like everyone, and everyone must like it. It must be capable of meeting a wide variety of challenges with aplomb. The Browning Buck Mark Plus Camper UFX Suppressor Ready (whew!) is just such a pistol. Reliable? Check. Simple enough for new shooters? Indeed. Designed for trouble-free suppressor use? Of course. Adjustable sights, rail? You got it.

For more than three decades Browning’s Buck Mark Pistols have been delighting shooters young and old alike. It’s not that big of a deal to just make it suppressor ready—but then again, it is. It’s not going to make you a better rabbit assassin, nor will it turn you into James Bond. But it will keep you, and your kids and grandkids, healthier. You’ll be able to hear those grandkids when you get long in the tooth—and won’t be the old guy always saying “Huh?”

Technical Specifications
• Caliber: .22 Long Rifle
• Action: semi-automatic
• Trigger: single-action
• Magazine Capacity: 10 rounds
• Magazine Type: single stack
• Front Sight: fiber-optic
• Rear Sight: adjustable
• Barrel Length: 6"
• Barrel Finish: matte blued
• Weight: 34 ozs.
• Overall Length: 10"
• Receiver Material: aluminum alloy
• Receiver Finish: matte black
• MSRP: $499; browning.com

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