Browning Buck Mark Pistol Upgrades - Tactical Solutions Trail-Lite, Part 3




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mleonardi921: what is the rail you put on the gun? I'm looking for the same on to put on my mom's .22 buckmark.

TacticalGunGuy: agreed - I think the aluminum ones may get mangled even quicker than the brass casings!

Slow Hand Luke: Those blue anodized aluminum .22 LR facsimilies aren't really "snap-caps"... Really should be used as "Dummy" rounds. The ones personally have {blue alum.} deform from f/pin hits almost as bad as the brass cases do ! Have resigned to using spent cases for removing the conversions from the 1911 & Glock pistols use them on...

TacticalGunGuy: @PyR0Star No protruding on mine...

PyR0Star: the lock washers make the screws petrude from the top of the rail. Doesn't hurt sighting, but seems odd. Does your top screws petrude as well?

TacticalGunGuy: @Castleknight That's one that I would personally take to a gunsmith. The ejector is staked in to the aluminum frame by peening over the frame material on top of the wire...do it wrong and you may never get one to stay in or worse. I wish it were easier so I could show you.

Castleknight: TacitalGunGuy, can you show me how to install the ejector wire? Not the ejector on the slide, but that little wire that is on the left side of the frame? I broke mine and the part is not expensive, but I want to know how to install it. Thanks!

Night Hawk Guns: @TacticalGunGuy no problem thank you anyways

TacticalGunGuy: @dddortega The Buck Mark magazines are not easily serviceable - the floor plate is staked to the magazine body. I've never tried to take one apart, but it doesn't look fun or anything that I would trust to go back together and stay together. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.

Night Hawk Guns: tgg would you happen to know how to disassemable the 10 rd clip on the buckmark i got the new sping in but..... cant figure it out if you have the time i would love to see a video on it thanx. hey buy the way where did you get the snap cap trying to look for one but no luck..

TacticalGunGuy: @blackjayzful The ejector wire is staked in not tack welded (spelled "tack" not tact"). The frame is aluminum and the ejector is steel in any case, and you can't weld two dissimilar metals together. The ejector is inserted into the hole in the frame and the channel is staked over to retain the ejector in place. If yours is broken off you'll probably have to get a gunsmith to take the broken part out so that there will still be enough frame material to stake over to hold the replacement.

TacticalGunGuy: @blackjayzful just posted a video showing you how to do it bud! Enjoy.

TacticalGunGuy: What do you mean rail mount? On the top for a sight like I show in Part 4, on the barrel bottom? Please be more specific.

DRLongbot515: Can you put a rail mount on any of the Buckmarks? Or does it have to be a specific model? Please respond!
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