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Earn 45 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $50.00 Save $5.05 (10%)
|Max Velocity||360 fps|
|Cocking Effort||19.80 lbs.|
|Front Sight||Blade & Ramp|
|Rear Sight||Adjustable for windage & elevation|
|Trigger Pull||5.75 lbs|
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Things I liked: Looks cool. Shoots quite accurate at my 5 to 7 yard Shooting area after figuring out the trigger.
Things I would have changed: The trigger. Both the shape and weight of pull. I prefer much less curve.
What others should know: Have well over 1000 rounds through it and is holding up nicely. Think trigger may be a little better after breaking it in. Or I just mastered it. I can easily hit center most of the time.
Things I liked: Good looking, good feel. Easy to cock.
Things I would have changed: Pistol stopped cocking after 3 days of shooting. Contacting Umarex tomorrow, although I have not had good customer service with them in the past. Running through the cock cycle, full travel is noted, the auto safety still works, but the spring does not release.
What others should know: Use a bore snake to clean the barrel before firing. Take time to learn the hold that works for you.
Things I liked: This little pistol is well-made and light enough for everyone to use. At $44.95 per unit, it really is a fun little plinker on paper targets and soda cans out to 10 yards. The cocking effort is less than 20 pounds, which makes it easy for just about anyone to use. The sights on my pistol were pretty close to point of aim to begin with, so I would work with those (very easy to use,) first before buying any type of aftermarket sight. The molded rubber ergonomic grips are excellent, and are very comfortable for those of us with big hands. The report from such a low-powered pistol is negligible, which makes it suitable for indoor/outdoor use.The safety comes on automatically when the pistol is cocked for every shot.
Things I would have changed: Southpaws will probably have to take a minute to reach over with their non-shooting hand and take the safety off, so the pistol is not totally ambidextrous. Also, I wish Umarex would offer this great little trainer in .22 caliber; I'd buy another one in a heartbeat!
What others should know: This gun runs about 320 fps with lead pellets, so it should not be used for hunting or pest-control purposes. The Crosman Premier Hollow Point Hunting Pellets fit a bit loosely in the breech, but my pistol loves them and they give excellent groups. Whatever lead or non-;lead hobby pellet that you elect to use, the Buckmark URX likes them to be lightweight. The gun is not heirloom quality, so care should be taken when closing the barrel after loading to make sure that pellets don't fall out or have their skirts damaged as the pistol is made ready for firing.
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Is the browning buck mark pistol rebuild able? O-rings ect!!
I just tested my buckmark urx with my new chronograph, and crosman 'fast flight' penetrators were blazing over the chronograph up to 413 fps!!! Amazing for a pistol rated for 360 fps
Will the Walther Competition II Top Point Sight, 24mm, Green Dot, 10 MOA, work on this gun?
Yes, I have the same sight.
|Max Velocity||360 fps|