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Posted: 4/20/2017 9:30:46 PM EDT
Better balancing and feeling .   Still haven't shot it for accuracy yet.

with the suppressor it just balances like its supposed to and I love the shorter barrel.  Ran 20 rounds aguila ammo through it (super sonic and they didn't go super sonic out of the 4.5" barrel), didn't try for accuracy.

I have a 90* Stripplin CMORE mount that I need the funds for the CMORE to go in it

Gun has

TacSol 4.5 barrel
TandemKross Victory trigger
Haeggis flip (SP?)
TandemKross magazine bumpers
TacSol Extended mag release
Scope rail and I don't remember who made it
PA microdot

By far my favorite 22lr pistol now


Pictures of course





Link Posted: 4/20/2017 11:24:05 PM EDT
My Buckmark has a factory 4.4" threaded barrel.   I replaced the front sight with a TruGlo fiber optic sight.   I replaced the top rail with one from Tactical Solutions including an adjustable rear sight.   After zeroing the new front and rear sights, I added and zeroed a Weaver red dot on the TacSol rail.   Along the way, I removed the factory finger groove URX grips.   (Gosh, those grips suck and negatively impact reliability.)   I replaced them with custom grips.

All factory internal parts resulting in a 2 to 2.5 pound trigger pull.









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Link Posted: 4/21/2017 12:13:04 AM EDT
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My Buckmark has a factory 4.4" threaded barrel.   I replaced the front sight with a TruGlo fiber optic sight.   I replaced the top rail with one from Tactical Solutions including an adjustable rear sight.   After zeroing the new front and rear sights, I added and zeroed a Weaver red dot on the TacSol rail.   Along the way, I removed the factory finger groove URX grips.   (Gosh, those grips suck and negatively impact reliability.)   I replaced them with custom grips.

All factory internal parts resulting in a 2 to 2.5 pound trigger pull.
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Nice looking guns


It is weird how the grips do affect the reliability.

I have a Striping 1911 grip adapters and I had to monkey around until I got them perfect or else the magazine wouldn't release and it wouldn't cycle reliabily.

Now it runs like a sewing machine


Still wish someone would make a 3" or 3.5" barrel (preferably TacSol for weight savings)


I will say the stock Browning Trigger is light years better than my rugger 22/45 was and still better than the Ruger after a trigger job. The TK flat trigger helps out a lot with my longer reach
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