On "Rimfire chat" I read the following.. If you "flip the sear spring" the trigger pull will change from about 5 lb's down to about 2 lb's.
A Browning Buck Mark is a semi-automatic pistol that has been around since 1985. If anyone would be using it, hopefully it is being used for self-defense and or target shooting.
You can adjust the X mark pro in the same manner you would the earlier trigger on the Remington 700, GOOGLE Rem 700 trigger adjustments. If you don't clearly understand the internal workings of a trigger group assembly with sear,over-travel & trigger-pull weight adjustments,THEN HAVE A REPUTABLE GUNSMITH PERFORM THE WORK for you for around $20-$40. If you have a new Remington 700 with the X mark pro trigger and wish to retain the factory warranty you have to have a licenced/approved gunsmith perform the adjustment work & provide you with a written reciept of the work. There is a replacement trigger pull weight spring & bolt release spring available mail-order from Brownells in the U.S that will lower the trigger pull to around 1.5 pounds otherwise you might get as low as 2-2.5 pounds with the factory supplied spring. Your other option is to replace the whole X mark pro trigger group/assembly with a JEWELL HVR (with safety lever) or benchrest (with-out safety) trigger group & get adjustments down to 4 ounces & up to 48 ounces. Other replacement adjustable triggers are available via Brownells like SHILEN,RIFLE BASIX & TIMNEY,check their on-line catalogue. In my opinion,it's not only a real pity that Remington can trust you to buy & otherwise safely use their rifles but cannot adjust a trigger from the factory for a safe release pull of around 2.5lb on what is otherwise a well put together rifle. Regards...Phil "ROOSHOOTER" Australia
The current Browning Buck Mark 22 LR pistols ( 2008 ) are built in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Try looking at Browning.com
A mark refers to a target or intended victim. It is typically used in reference to the target of a huster, hitman, or the like.
Best left to a gunsmith
There is a lever on the left hand side of the column which allows u to adjust the steering
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$250 depending on condition
It was made in 1996
A 22lr semi-automatic pistol.
You should definitely hit the target. You will also mark the target with grains of unburned gunpowder.
the word mark actually means target, but is used for other terms like putting a mark on something e.g. a dirty mark on your t shirt
Trigger, sights, MSH