Loading and Firing

Loading Cartridges Into The Magazine

1 At all times while loading, BE CERTAIN THE MUZZLE IS POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION. With the slide locked to the rear, using the stop open latch, and with the magazine out of the gun, inspect the chamber to be sure it is empty (See Figure 5). Close the slide and place the manual thumb safety in the on safe position. 2 Depress the magazines follower button with the thumb of one hand while inserting the cartridges with the other hand (See Figure 6). Insert the loaded magazine into the pistol,...

Buck Mark Buck Mark Plus Models

Adjusting Sights Browning Buckmark

CAUTION WEAR EYE PROTECTION WHEN DISASSEMBLING AND CLEANING YOUR PISTOL TO PREVENT THE POSSIBILITY OF SPRINGS, SPRING-TENSIONED PARTS, SOLVENTS OR OTHER AGENTS FROM CONTACTING YOUR EYES. BE CERTAIN YOUR PISTOL IS UNLOADED. REMOVE THE MAGAZINE AND INSPECT THE CHAMBER. KEEP THE MUZZLE POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION. 1 Be certain the muzzle is pointed in a safe direction. Remove the magazine. Draw the slide rearward and lock open with the stop open latch. Visually inspect the chamber to be certain it...

Buck Mark Micro Buck Mark

All Buck Mark pistols are equipped with Browning Pro Target Sights. These precision rear sights arc screw adjustable with 16 clicks per revolution on both the elevation and windage screw. When performing all sight adjustment procedures, MAKE SURE YOUR PISTOL IS FULLY UNLOADED. Remove the magazine, check the chamber and point the muzzle in a safe direction. WINDAGE To move the point of impact to the right, turn the screw locatcd on the right side of the sight in a clockwise direction (See Figure...

Silhouette Target Models

Browning Target Model

When performing all sight adjustment procedures MAKE SURE YOUR PISTOL IS FULLY UNLOADED. Remove the magazine, and check the chamber for cartridges. Always point the muzzle in a safe direction during actual adjustments. The Silhouette and Target 5-5 also have a fully adjustable Browning Pro Target rear sight with an adjustable front post sight. Both front and rear sights arc hooded. To adjust the sights it is not necessary to remove the front and rear sight hoods. FRONT SIGHT ADJUSTMENTS The...

Nomenciature

Unique Pistol Grips

In conventional gun terminology, the position and movement of pistol parts are described as they occur with the pistol horizontal and in normal firing position i.e. the muzzle is forward or front the pistol grip is rearward or rear the trigger is downward or underneath the sights are upward or on top. For general nomenclature refer to Figure l-A and l-B. General functions and procedures are illustrated using the standard Buck Mark pistol. Procedures unique to an individual model arc illustrated...

Responsible For Firearms Safety

Browning Mark Pistol

As a gun owner, you accept a set of demanding responsibilities. How seriously you take these responsibilities can be the difference between life and death. THERE IS NO EXCUSE FOR CARELESS OR ABUSIVE HANDLING OF ANY FIREARM. AT ALL TIMES HANDLE YOUR BUCK MARK 22 AND ANY OTHER FIREARM WITH INTENSE RESPECT FOR ITS POWER AND POTENTIAL DANGER. PLEASE READ AND UNDERSTAND THE CAUTIONS AND PROPER HANDLING PROCEDURES OUTLINED IN THIS BOOKLET BEFORE USING YOUR NEW FIREARM. While it is a good idea to test...

Sight Adjustment Varmint Model

The Varmint Model comes ready to accept scope mounts and a scope. The grooves on the rib are designed to fit mounts with a full-width attaching screw. Adjust your scope or optical sight according to the instructions contained with your scope. BLADE ELEVATION Vertical point of impact can be changed by lowering or raising the front blade. Loosen the set screw as explained above. Again, using the slotted adjusting wrench, turn the blade clockwise to lower the blade and RAISE the point of impact....

Silhouette Varmint Target models

Browning Buck Mark Varmint

Disassembly of the Silhouette, Varmint and Target 5.5 models is identical to the regular Buck Mark with a few minor exceptions. 3 Pull the slide back approximately one inch and lift the recoil rod upward from the slide See Figure 13 . The buffer will usually remain in place in the slide in front of the recoil post however, it may stay affixed to the end of the recoil rod. In either case, remove the rod and set aside for cleaning. 4 Lift the slide from the frame. This is sufficient disassembly...