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Posted: 10/5/2004 4:31:46 PM EDT
I have lost my owners manual for my Buckmark Pistol. Does anyone know where I can find instructions on the internet? Thanks

Link Posted: 10/5/2004 5:09:10 PM EDT
I dont know if the manuals are posted on their website or not. Most manufacturers will send you a manual at no cost if you ask for it. Check Brownings website, ther should be an order form.
Link Posted: 10/5/2004 6:00:19 PM EDT
Check this site out...


Link Posted: 10/5/2004 6:27:26 PM EDT
Thanks for the info! I will email Browning. The link is awesome. I found the manual for my first shotgun. This site has some good stuff.
Link Posted: 10/6/2004 5:36:06 PM EDT
Unless the gun s just absolutely filthy, I'd politely suggest leaving it together. Spray it out some with cleaner & then wipe & reoil. .22 ammo shoots clean normally & leaving the gun together will help on the accuracy, IMO.
Link Posted: 10/7/2004 3:06:48 PM EDT
You can get the factory manual at:
Be sure to keep the recoil spring buffer in the right side up! If you don't, the slide will drag and be slow to close and you'll be looking for the problem for a long time.

If you want to clean every nook and cranny, then the sight rail and barrel are removed. The only problem is you will loose zero. It will be on paper, but you will have to re-zero.

So, I don't take mine apart any more. Use a bore snake or a good brush with a muzzle guard.
Link Posted: 10/9/2004 7:21:04 AM EDT
I detail strip my older BM plus every time I shoot it. I'm guilty of shooting el cheapo ammo through it and it does get really dirty. I would suggest you get several of the plastic buffers which fit on the end of the recoil rod. These seem to fall apart from too much exposure to cleaning solvents. Order several of the buffers, and an extra recoil rod/spring, and you'll be good to go for about a million rounds....
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