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Posted: 6/27/2002 5:42:05 AM EDT
Seems like everyone makes an integrally supressed ruger MKII, but I really haven't seen any buckmarks around. I find this sort of strange because the pistols themselves seem to be nearly as prolific as the rugers, and I much prefer the brownings. Is there any particular reason for this?

If someone does make them, is it possible to just order the integrally supressed barrel, since barrel swapping seems to be an easy DIY drop in replacement? Are there any other alterations necessary? What would be considered the NFA part in this case? It seems the firearm itself is the registered part with most integrally supressed guns, but when a barrel swap is so easy, can the barrel itself be the registered part and the gun remain title I?

TIA,
Rocko
Link Posted: 6/27/2002 7:06:51 AM EDT
I've never seen an integrally supressed Buckmark, but I suppose it could be done. If the barrel can be swapped out easily, you could have an integral supressor mounted on a barrel, and that would be the registered part.
Link Posted: 7/25/2002 5:24:34 PM EDT
John Norrell in Arkansas has done a lot of work for me. He says that he has done the Buckmark.

His email is SMG1022@aol.com
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