New for 2020: Browning Buck Mark Lite Plus Suppressor Ready

posted on February 4, 2020

Every year, Browning seems to turn out another rimfire Buck Mark that’s cool enough to earn an intro, and this year is no exception. If you like plinking for bunnies or varmints, especially if you hunt or shoot in an area where people are allergic to the sound of a gunshot, the new Buck Mark Lite Plus Suppressor Ready pistol is for you.

Sporting an eye-catching sand-colored Cerakote finish on slide, frame and barrel, a 5.9-inch suppressor-ready threaded bull barrel with muzzle break (you’ll need it to tame the .22LR’s massive recoil), and matte black accentuated by olive/black G-10 grips, this pistol looks and feels great.

A TruGlo Marble Arms fiber optic front sight and Pro-Target adjustable rear iron sight sit fore and aft atop the barrel. Picatinny rails ride on keel and topmast. It comes with two 10-round magazines, and total weight is 38 ounces.

The new Buck Mark Lite Plus Suppressor Ready has an MSRP of $699.99. For more information, visit


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