Introducing the Buck Mark Plus Vision Black/Gold Suppressor Ready Pistol

   02.01.21

Introducing the Buck Mark Plus Vision Black/Gold Suppressor Ready Pistol

Whether you’re hunting small game, plinking cans, or shooting competition, the .22LR cartridge can be a lot of fun. One way to up the fun factor is to run it suppressed. There are so many options for .22LR cans, but what about host guns? If you’re looking to suppress a handgun, Browning now offers the Buck Mark Plus Vision Black/Gold Suppressor Ready pistol.

The gun follows the familiar form factor of the classic Buck Mark, but with some pretty noticeable upgrades. The most obvious one, especially considering the name, is the flashy, but classy black and gold color scheme. This is not just for looks. The stark difference between the black and gold Cerakote shows off a weight-saving feature. Instead of a solid steel barrel, the gun uses a smaller diameter inner steel barrel, and surrounds it with a tensioning outer aluminum sleeve.

Browning is pleased to add another striking new Buck Mark to this line of popular handguns with the new Plus Vision Black/Gold Suppressor Ready model.

The Buck Mark Vision Plus comes equipped with a 16-click adjustable Pro-Target rear sight. This is paired with a TRUGLO/Marble Arms fiber-optic front sight, and provides a sight radius of 8 1/4″. Removing the muzzle brake reveals the 1/2″-28 TPI suppressor-ready threads for attaching the suppressor of your choice. The 10-round, single stack magazine is made from steel and uses a coil spring for enhanced reliability. As you can see from the photos, the gun also comes equipped with a Picatinny optics rail for mounting your preferred flavor of optic. 

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SPECIFICATIONS

  • Barrel Length: 5 7/8″
  • Overall Length: 9 9/10″
  • Weight: 27 oz
  • Receiver Material: Aluminum Alloy
  • MSRP: $719.99

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If you’re in the market for a .22LR pistol with a good reputation, head over to the Browning website to see what they have to offer. While you’re browsing, take a look at their Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook. Happy plinkin’!

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