Browning Buckmark Barrel Challenge Micro
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Browning Buckmark Barrel Challenge Micro

Code: B5152613
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Product Description

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Descripton: Browning Buckmark Barrel Challenger Micro 4".

Specifications

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  • Barrel Length: 4"
  • Brand: Browning
  • Caliber: .22 LR
  • Firearm Type: Pistol
  • Material: Steel
  • Models Fit: Buck Mark

Know Your Gun

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Browning Buck Mark History

The Buck Mark .22 Caliber Pistol was introduced in 1985 and is still in production today. It is made in the U.S.A.

To find your serial number, you will need to refer to your owner's manual.

Historic Information Serial Number Info
1985-97

In 1975 Browning standardized its serial number identification which it followed until 1998.

  1. Buck Mark Type: 655=Buck Mark Pistol
  2. Date of Manufacture is a two digit code:
    Z=1, Y=2, X=3, W=4, V=5, T=6, R=7, P=8, N=9, M=0
  3. Serial Number beginning with 01001 at the start of each year.

Serial Number Example:

655PV01001

This would be a Buck Mark pistol, manufactured in 1985 with the serial number 01001.

1998

In 1998 Browning redid the standardization of its serial number identifications.

  1. Buck Mark Type: 515 = All Buck Mark Models
  2. Date of Manufacture is a two digit code:
    Z=1, Y=2, X=3, W=4, V=5, T=6, R=7, P=8, N=9, M=0
  3. Serial Number beginning with 01001 at the start of each year.

Serial Number Example:

515NN01001

This would be a Buck Mark pistol, manufactured in 1999 with the serial number 01001.

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Customer Ratings & Reviews

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Using Challenger barrels in newer Buckmark Browning 22lr pistols
5 out of 5
Ron
Location: 98273
Date: January 30, 2018
I've owned a Browning Challenger since 1972. In the past few years a lot of after market items have become available for your trusted older firearm. I wanted to update my challenger II with a threaded barrel but found only barrels for the Buckmark. I took a chance it would fit and ordered one. It didn't exactly fit. The corners of the locking lug were different. The corners of the challenger were 90' sharp were as the Buckmark were bobbed off at 45'. I added J&B weld to the bobbed off corners, did some filing and good to go. The epoxy failed after 3-400 rounds & I needed to repeat the job. My conclusion was to sell the challenger and buy a Buckmark. Here is what I discoered. All challenger barrels fit into the newer Buckmarks. I had one of these 4" tapered challenger barrels left over and when I dropped it into my new BUckmark it fit perfectly with no alterations. To top it off this Challenger barrel shoots better than any of my Buckmark barrels. WAY BETTER! This barrel here on this page is the same as the one on my Buckmark. I highly recommend buying one if you own a Buckmark Browning. It not only shoots better - It looks better and points like a Luger. Awesome @ this crazy low price.
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