Buck Mark Contour 7.5 URX

Browning Buck Mark Contour 7.25 URX

The Browning Buck Mark Contour 7.25 URX is a large-frame chambered in .22 LR. The Browning Buck Mark is a line of .22 caliber pistols and what makes the Contour 7.25 URX is that it features a 7.25″ barrel with an overall length of 11.3125″ and a nominal weight of 2.4375 pounds.

It has alloy receiver with a matte blued finish, a contoured barrel and uses Browning’s patented Ultragrip RX, an ambidextrous contoured grip system that offers ergonomic grooves for fingers. This system is meant to increase grip consistency and overall accuracy.

Buck Mark pistols use a blowback action, meaning the rearward motion of the spent casing powers the mechanical reloading processes of the gun.

Common features for the Buck Mark line includes a 16 click per revolution adjustable Pro-Target brand sight instead of just 12 clicks. It’s made from a lightweight machined aircraft grade aluminum alloy. And it has Browning’s trademark gold trigger.

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