Browning Buck Mark Camper Pistols

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posted on February 21, 2013
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2/21/2013

Browning has introduced two new pistols to its Buck Mark .22 line—the Buck Mark Camper UFX and the Camper Stainless UFX.

Both pistols feature the Overmolded Ultragrip FX ambidextrous grip, which allow the pistols to be easily used by both right- and left-handed shooters, Pro-Target adjustable sights and lightweight allow receivers in matte blue. The Camper comes with a 5 1/4-inch tapered bull barrel in matte blue, while the Camper Stainless features a stainless 5 1/4-inch tapered bull barrel.

Suggested Retail Price:
Buck Mark Camper UFX: $379.99
Buck Mark Camper Stainless UFX: $419.99

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