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.
Smaller incarnations of full-size guns aren’t necessarily a recent phenomenon-nor are full-size models that have been chambered in substantially smaller calibers. Browning took the concept to a different level, though, with the release of its miniaturized 1911-22.
When a gun has not changed much over the course of 80 years, it's proof its design works. Brian Sheetz takes a closer look at the Browning High-Power Mark III in this week on NRA Gun of the Week.