james towne: Why would you take the time to make a review on something and not release
the details in regards to which ammo doesn't work well with the browning?
Is it our friends ammo company? Do you work for them? Do they sponsor you?
nowyouseeittoo1: I have a Ruger MkIII 22-45 and I've taken it apart for cleaning once. Once
was enough for me. Nice feeling gun, shoots well, I like it a lot for
hunting small game. Problem is, I only got it back together (probably by
luck and about 5 or 6 youtube videos) after about 3 hours of cussing and
calling it every name in the book. I have a friend that bought one before I
got mine and found out he got so frustrated trying to assemble it that he
took his back in pieces to the dealer he got it from and traded it for
another different style gun at a $100.00 loss. He only had it one
Evanx373: Thats the good thing about ruger 22s ive shot several and own a couple they
will feed anything except sub sonic reliably
BR5499a: Burrrrr. You are more dedicated than I to go out in weather that cold.
Matte Edström: bla bla bla, öhh blablabla öhhh blablablablablaba höhööö blablablabla ...
trghudson: Nice Hi-Standard; you've taken great care of it.
armorer1911: What State was that filmed?
Bobby Williams: I have a Browning Buckmark and a Smith & Wesson Mod 41 it is hard to tell
which one is the best both shoot better thin can now days.
cronos222: You said the Ruger doesn't take tools , how do you pop the take down pin
release on the back of the grip ?
honey badger: EVER SHOT A SMITH 41
Anne Kraft: yeah, they're all nice---brownings more shootable. please go to
www.mostholyfamilymonastery.com or www.vaticancatholic.com or in Spanish
www.vaticanoctolico.com to find out what religion to join in order to be
mark mead: One of my favorite things to do is cut up an 8' or 10' 4x4 into foot &1/2
sections and throw them out a few yards and quick draw my Browning Buckmark
rapid fire with spare magazines at the ready. Sending the 4x4s rolling out
at well over a hundred yards, no problem... not much left of them after
22 golf is as fun too... I'm glad I live where the deserts are secluded
enough to do this. The key is not to actually or squarely hit the ball it
can be hard to find them + using the dirt to get the ball in the
gopher/snake holes can be quite challenging.
Thomas Henry: Dry fring yes or no . I have a Ruger II bull stainless 25 t years. Shout a
lot . I know what it does do damage.
charlie lambous: out of curiosity , i just purchased a browning buckmark contour today ,
what ammo did work well , i have a pardini sp22 and it only likes one
particular ammo after trying many different boxes ,also have a high
standard it eats anything lol, just trying to shorten my process of
elimination , great work on your video also , nice , would be nice to see
you strip the browning in full on here also just to see how its done
Charlie from Australia
David Johnson: I own a Buckmark and a Ruger MkIII. Based on my experience with these two
pistols, I would say that reassembling the Ruger is a LOT more difficult
than reassembling the Browning. Just getting the bolt stop pin on the main
spring assembly through those holes in the MkIII receiver and bolt is a
pain in the ass. After you've done that, it's plain sailing as long as you
know the trick with the hammer strut. I had to make liberal use of my
rubber mallet! I guess it depends a bit on the individual gun, but there
are several YouTube videos discussing the MkIII reassembly nightmare.
icoach73: Good review - IMHO I feel your Ruger and Buckmark aren't really an apples
to apples comparison since Ruger does offer a more comparable model with a
bull barrel (I own it and love it), but you're right on about taking them
down - PITA. They do become easier to take down with time as the parts
break in, or if you're good with a dremel and/or 1000-1500 grit sandpaper
and know what to smooth out without damaging the pistol, you can reduce or
eliminate waiting for the pistol to break in
Dalwhinnie15: I only have the Buckmark and the more I shoot it the more I love it. It
handles everything from standard to hyper velocity without incident, even
CCI Stingers. For kicks I even tried a couple of Remington Golden .22
shorts and they fired accurately and cycled the action just fine; they do
tend not to stack very well in the mag so I didn't load more than two of
them. Great gun.
steve stearns: good video,very informative! I would like to see you add the Smith & Wesson
22's to the comparison.one of the better comparison videos I've seen.look
762x51n8o: Than you sir, I appreciate it. Semper Fi
V6stangman2007: @762x51n8o Yah I just feel like I'm buying copies with browning though.
There kinda like uberti to me, in that I feel like I'm not getting the real
thing. I would rather pay more money and get fn guns over Brownings current
products. Like the browning hi power, baby browning, they made a few 1911
copies. Plus I love ruger so there's no gun browning makes ruger doesn't
make cheaper and better.
gtralien: Great video! I was thinking of getting a Browning Buckmark. I have an
opportunity to get a S&W 22A as well... thanks again, great vid.
762x51n8o: @LorenF1998 Thank you, I appreciate your comment
wonton00: I'll check out your 22/45 review. I saw a review on the 22/45 from someone
else recently and he said he had to use a hammer to smack the gun the first
Hotclicks2: Pretty good review except for the last shoot where you compared the
Browning vs. the Ruger. It is apparent that when rapid firing the Buck-Mark
you went way rapid on the last 6-7 rounds and as can be seen--your muzzle
was all over the place. When you shot the Ruger you were in more control
and your shots were much better timed. Both should have hade similar groups
with a slight edge to the Browning . . (of course I'm not reviewing :) .
762x51n8o: @911reagan No, I have not.
LIFEIowa: great video and good info. about each gun. How do the prices compare? We
are 1st time buyers and we wondering what is a good price for buying the
Buckmark & the Ruger? Jan 2013. Thanx for all help.
762x51n8o: @rickmusgrave Thanks for the comment. See, you're smart -- I give that
advice to people when they ask me which one they should buy. I tell them to
762x51n8o: Thanks for the info. I'll have to try those loads and see how they do.
(when I can find .22 ammo).
MegaJacklinks: Can u get a black trigger for the browning or can u paint the trigger
black? Or r u stuck with the gold one?
RadiosGunsGuitars: The Ruger 22/45 is MUCH lighter in weight than the Buckmark. If that's
something that's important to you, then the Ruger is the obvious choice in
762x51n8o: @gtralien Thanks, I appreciate it. The Buckmark is a sweet pistol. All 3
are. I've never shot the S&W, or the Beretta Neos.
Matt 24: can you put a suppressor on the buckmark?
Zach K: which brand? I just got a buck mark and I don't want to buy bulk and get
the wrong brand of ammo
762x51n8o: As for the misfeeding -- I bet it's the ammo. .22 pistols are notorious for
being ammo finicky. The Browning is typically not that way, but yours could
be. Best bet is to buy a box of several different brands/types of ammo, and
see which ones don't jam. A little tough to do with the .22 ammo shortage.
Hiluxtaco: Cool .22LR handgun(s) video.. :-)
flyboy0920: i want to get the buck just to play around with because im getting to the
point where i dont want to shoot my grandfathers high standard that he got
when he out of the navy in 52 so i think im going to pick up a buck
762x51n8o: @TheVert1276 I've never fired a S&W, so I can't account for that. For a
long time I was sour on S&W since they sold out the gun industry in the
90s. Which for a long time I wouldn't buy Rugers for that fact either. I
have since forgiven them, since they have both done so much since then, for
the gun industry. I just haven't gotten around to shooting a S&W, though.
Hopefully in the next month, that will change, though. I have 2 S&Ws on
order, hopefully that will pan out.
762x51n8o: Thanks man, I appreciate it. It was Rem bulk, I don't remember what
specific Rems it was.
762x51n8o: @imjustwonderful They are great pistols. Numrich still carries parts for
them. Fortunately, they are pretty simple in design, so there's not a lot
762x51n8o: @7thCavScout Thanks bro.
Damon Kirry: Good review, very thorough. My only issue is that you make a point of
saying that the browning in more accurate in rapid fire, when your field
test shows otherwise. Also, you could have mentioned that the ruger can be
had with a bull barrel like the browning. I'm a ruger fan and I have a mk2
taget model that is scary accurate. The hi-standard is an interesting one,
I may have to keep my eyes peeled for one of those. All in all, great
MrEricdgreat: RUGER ALL THE WAY
Christopher Toner: Tactical solutions accessories look so sick, but kinda pricey.
tunnyace: Mass is just like New York actually; all the wacko liberals are in the
cities and 25 miles outside are all conservatives, Unfortunately the wacko
city liberals out number us conservatives 3 to 1. We have both a public
safety office list and the attorney generals list that govern firearms. To
be sold in the state, the firearm has to be on both lists. 2 months back
the Ruger MK3s and 22/45s were taken off the AGs list, so Ruger had to
recall and remove them from every gun dealer in the state.
762x51n8o: @runninonempiy I'm just not into bashing a company, based on my experience
of using a box or two of their ammo. ESPECIALLY out of 1 pistol, when .22
pistols are notorious for favoring a particular kind of ammo. Calling
names…really? Must be a Middle Schooler.
Kaka Brar: Can you suggest me something very high quality 22 lr firearm that can be
handed over generations . Money not an issue
xxuncexx: what rhymes with the manufacturer's name of the company that makes bad .22
ammo? i dont wanna get it and waste money. thx
DrGuha: Great review. Answers most of my qs. directly. I wish you could also add
the Beretta Neo.
MegaTandrus: Emily sounds like a tough broad.
banjobum: So much for the 2nd Amendment.
Schools: Learn how to get phlebotomy training in California! The job pays decent money for the amount of schools needed to graduate.