Dave Keonig: Buckmark is old. May be the cleaning rod!!!
tjdinfl: Nice video, thanks!. I'm currently looking at both, the Ruger and the Browning and leaning towards the Ruger at this point.
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.
Larry E: I purchased a Buckmark Camper a few weeks ago after hearing things, but I'm not impressed. I've had A LOT of problems with mis-feeding, but I keep getting told I need to brake it in.
I also had a problem with the Recoil Spring. It came off the guide rod so easily and I had to struggle with it for an hour to get it to fit back on. Finally, I found a webpage where someone had a similar issue and just re-compressed an end with pliers.
When it works, it is very accurate.
K ris: I think the Ruger is more fun to fire. I grew up with an earlier model; it's comfortable and a great starter pistol. The Browning is MUCH easier to disassemble for cleaning (although the allen screws atop the slide are asinine IMO), and as you said, the muzzle weight makes recoil almost nonexistent. For someone who wants to fire with greater precision, instead of burning through ammo as a stress release, the Buckmark is the way to go.
762x51n8o: Thanks for the info. I'll have to try those loads and see how they do. (when I can find .22 ammo).
bob jones: The High Standard you have will out shoot both the Ruger and the BuckMark hands down. You're shooting rapid fire and there's no way you can get accurate results from any of them as far as precision. I once owned a High Standard TrophyMatic and at 25 yards on sand bag rest it shot almost hole through hole. The Ruger will favor Remington 40 grain copper coated ammunition and the High Standard will shoot the best these days with CCI 40 grain. Federal shot the best but ammo they make is not good
RandyLeftHandy: He asked about a firearm, not ammo.
RandyLeftHandy: Get a Ruger 10/22 as far as rifles go, there is no substitute.
RandyLeftHandy: I LOVE the grip on the buckmark, but it's front heavy. I think I'll go with a mark 3 or a 22/45 because of sheer parts availability.
manager11121003: Tactical solutions accessories look so sick, but kinda pricey.
762x51n8o: Thank you, I appreciate that!
dandemko: Nice job on the video
nodresiak: S&W 41, S&W K-17, Colt match target. For rifles get a Cooper, Dakota, Kimber, Weatherby, Winchester 52. If you are willing to do some trigger work a Ruger 77/22 is a cheaper but tough as nails rifle that is pretty accurate. A Ruger 22/45 Mark II is the greatest bang for the buck in pistols with minimal fine tuning it shoots and functions way out of proportion with its price. Buck Marks are over rated. Brownings in general are over rated and over priced.
CB1942EO: Yeah it bent up into the plastic piece. The guide rod is 2 dollars though
762x51n8o: That's weird. I would think that pretty cheap to buy and easy to replace. though.
I try to never sell guns, that's why. You always miss them.
CB1942EO: i was enjoying my buckmark at the range then all of a sudden it wasnt fully chambering turns out the guide rod is bent . dont know how it happened. i had a .22/45 mk 3 ruger with threaded barrel it was accurate and reliable but i sold it
mybanditrocks: Use CCI ammo.
mybanditrocks: Browning Buck Mark, hands down!
microminiskirt: The Browning has a small plastic piece inside it that needs to be replaced from time to time per manual. I had heard that the Ruger .22's were a nightmare to clean.
762x51n8o: Remington Golden Bullet that's in the 525 pack
BigBrute85: what brand don't the buckmark like?
CYBERHEAVY: Really enjoyed the video, Love the old High Standards, and the MK II Rugers. The last Ruger I owned was a Competition Target Slabside. I istalled a Volquatsen trigger with a take up screw and it was very accurate. I wore out two extractors on that gun, but it would shoot right there with my Model 41 S&W. The only complaint I have with the Ruger MK series is trying to get the sear spring in correctly after a full tear down cleaning.
CYBERHEAVY: I would look at the Smith & Wessom Model 41 if price is not an option. They sell for around $1000, but they are a piece of art. I have owned two of them, and the one I have now I bought used for $500 a few years ago. Another great 22 pistol which is hard to find, but a very nice gun is a Colt Match Target.
Justin Williams: Ive noticed my 22lr prefers the HV ammo. Any of these share the same preference?
emkivi82: i have a Hi-Standard Dura-matic of my grandpas no joke 100,000 rounds thru it and thats on the low side id say. also the first handgun i shot
joe grayson: stop cleaning them run what ya brung drop some decent syn lube go
papgrumly: Bill Ruger copied the World War 2 Japanese pistol. That's why it is so ugly.
762x51n8o: You looking for handgun or rifle? If pistol, any of these 3 are classics. Add to it a Colt Woodsman (if you can find one). If you're looking for more of a modern pistol, S&W, Ruger, Sig, Beretta, all make great .22 polymer pistols. If money is no option, I think the flat-out nicest .22 pistol is the Beretta Cheetah, watch my video review of it.
Kaka Brar: Can you suggest me something very high quality 22 lr firearm that can be handed over generations . Money not an issue
762x51n8o: The Ruger is generally cheaper than the buck mark. But prices have changed so much in recent months, you'll have to check prices when you shop.
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.
MrEricdgreat: RUGER ALL THE WAY
banjobum: So much for the 2nd Amendment.
arcticgummibear: I won't shoot Remington Ammo..its garbage.
MegaTandrus: Emily sounds like a tough broad.
762x51n8o: They are all 3 excellent, classic firearms. I have a Ruger 10/22 that my dad gave to me, but I've had some issues with it. It's an older one, and I've had a couple parts break on it. Now I'm having feed issues. It's an excellent rifle, though, I'm not knocking it. It's had a lot of rounds go through it. I need to take it in to a gunsmith to find out the problem.
killersushi99: I have both. Love them both! Grandfather gave me Ruger as I got older I bought the Browning myself. I REALLY want to get a Ruger 10/22 rifle one day. I love their stuff.
TheBigGuyBGY: you should have another boston tea party
hunter cartman: you have some great guns i love my browning!!!!!!
762x51n8o: I said what it is 3 times in the comments. How about you get all the facts before you open your rooster holster.
Emily Ann: You won't say what ammo you don't like online huh? kitty.
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: Yet Mass. keeps voting the same way every election. My dad is a dem. who lives in IL. He complaints because jobs are hard to find, and the state is going bankrupt. I tell him, "Dad, IL has not had a republican in office of any significance in decades. You don't like how things are, yet you keep voting the same way every time. The definition of insanity is to keep doing the same thing, yet expecting different results.
762x51n8o: I have mentioned the ammo 2 or three times in the comment section now. It's the Remington Golden Bullet that's in the 525 pack.
tunnyace: Difference between all 3? NONE here in Mass - ALL 3 of the .22 semiautos are illegal to buy in the state as none meet the "approved AG pistol criteria" PATHETIC
zappp111: ok you don't want to name the crappy ammo. give us a good hint. One letter off, a rhyme on it or something.
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.
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