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New For 2021: Browning Buck Mark Contour Gray URX 5.5”

Browning Arms continues to add to its Buck Mark series for 2021 with the Contour model. American Rifleman’s Brian Sheetz heads to the range with the camera crew to experience this latest Browning offering.

Heir Apparent: The Hornady .17 Mach 2 Cartridge

The Hornady .17 Mach 2—a first cousin to the .17 HMR, “The Little Cartridge That Could”—provides unprecedented levels of performance from the .22 Long Rifle bloodline.

NRA Gun of the Week: Browning Buck Mark Plus Vision UFX Black

On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” the Browning Arms Buck Mark Plus Vision UFX Black is an enhanced version of the company’s tried-and-true semi-automatic pistol chambered for .22 Long Rifle.

NRA Gun of the Week: Browning T-Bolt SPEED Rifle

Watch as American Rifleman's Brian Sheetz delves into the history and mechanics of a straight-pull rimfire rifle from Browning.

NRA Gun of the Week: Browning Buck Mark Camper UFX Pistol

American Rifleman’s Brian Sheetz reviews a rimfire plinker from Browning.

Browning Buck Mark Field Target Suppressor Ready

Browning introduced the Buck Mark .22 Long Rifle pistol line in 1985, replacing the company’s Challenger Series pistols.

SHOT Show 2018: Browning Buck Mark Varmint Pistol

Browning has added a long-barrel variant to its Buck Mark line of semi-automatic pistols specifically intended for critter hunting.

Show Us More Buck Marks, Browning!

Browning has always asked its loyal following to show off their Buckmarks, and now the company is showing us much more of theirs—Buck Mark pistols, that is

Review: The Browning 1911-380 Pistol

What happens when the M1911 is reduced to 85 percent of its original size and paired with the .380 ACP cartridge? According to Browning, the company, it results in a pistol that is just the “right” size for its ammunition. Would Browning, the man, who had a hand in both, have agreed?

Keefe Report: Show Us Your Buck Mark … On A Headstamp

Do you know what the Browning Buck Mark looks like? Odds are you do, because it--perhaps more than any other contemporary iconography—represents someone interested in, even passionate about, the outdoors, the shooting and hunting lifestyle.

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