New Browning’s Buck Mark with Crimson Trace kit

Browning’s Buck Mark with Crimson Trace.

The Buck Mark Black Label Carbon Fiber pistol has a 4-inch barrel, overall length of 8 inches and 31 ounce weight.

A carbon fiber finish, faux wood grips, tactical tech and a 30-year-old pistol design gracefully mashed together by Crimson Trace and Browning to create a concoction that will please your playful plinker playmates.

The new tactical Browning Buck Mark pistol is equipped with the Crimson Trace Rail Master and a red Trace Rail Master laser sight, which the duo revealed at the annual Shooting Hunting Outdoor Trade show last month in Las Vegas.


With identical features and specs, it also comes in Pepto pink.

The .22-caliber pistol also has a slew of unique features including a 4-inch steel barrel, a carbon fiber finish, an under barrel accessory rail, textured grip panels, a gold plated trigger, and a detachable 10-round magazine.

A second model, the Buck Mark Black Label Carbon Fiber Pink, is also available with pink grips.

Rail Masters are simple and easy to use. They feature tap-on instant activation and provide three modes of operation: momentary, strobe and constant on.

Also, the device allows for quick attachment and detachment to nearly any gun rail with CT’s proprietary secure lock system.

The new Buck Mark pistol with Crimson Trace kit retails for $739.99.

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