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Browning 051-409490 BKMK 22 MS STDSSURX 
by Alan K
Date Added: Friday 27 February, 2009
I had a Buck Mark like this and it was a nice pistol. Accuracy was incredible, and I don't even know how to say this but it was so accurate it was too easy to shoot well and bored me a bit. I did not like that there is no way to decock it without peening the chamber, and maintenance was more picky than I expected with many surfaces to keep greased for good running. I also didn't like that the barrel attaches with a single screw in the front. It would jam on me from time to time too, but that may not be its fault as 22LR ammo can be kind of hit or miss. It is a nice pistol though and I'm not sure if I would get one again or look at the Ruger 22/45 series of pistols.