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2009-06-11 05:42:24

a new one costs about 300.00 as of 6/10/09

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The current Browning Buck Mark 22 LR pistols ( 2008 ) are built in Salt Lake City, Utah.




A 22lr semi-automatic pistol.


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.


Check the auction sites for current prices.


110-200 dollars depending on overall condition.




Value is too difficult to be accurate without seeing the gun. Condition which includes the amount of original finish and original configuration will determine value. Recommend taking it to a gun shop for appraisal.



Try these sites: Numrich gunpartscorp.com Jack First jackfirstgun.com Bob's Gun Shop gun-parts.com


No,not that I am aware of. Browning makes a Challenger mark III, but that is a .22 lr pistol. Browning also makes the Hi-Power which is chambered for 9mm Luger.


I believe that Browning makes these themselves,since they are produced in Salt Lake City,Utah.


It's not made by browning it's made by a company call Arms Technology Inc. (ATI)


100-500 or more depending on specifics


Mark Browning has written: 'Rod Marsh'


Mark Browning was born on 1956-11-30.


The Bigger question is "What condition is the pistol in." The Box adds some value, but without knowing the condition of the pistol, it is not possible to answer you.



The Buckmark is a newer version of the same design. Challengers came in 3 models or versions (I, II, III), each being made after the former was discontinued. The Challenger III was very very close to the current Buckmark design, with the aluminum frame in common with the Buckmark. Challenger I and II both had steel frames.


I would go to Brownings own website and check under customer service,they should be able to help you.


You use an Allen wrench to take the action apart from the rear sight. But the Buck Mark owners manual suggest that you do not disassemble the gun and use a nylon brush with solvent to clean the breach face of power fowl and lightly oil the any moving parts.



around 200$ higher depending what condition its in



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