Browning Buck Mark 22 Pistol Disassembly & Reassembly Guide


Brand: Gun Guide, LLC


•  The only current printed manual for the Browning Buck Mark & Challenger Pistols!
•  Easy to use -- Comb binding lies open and flat on your  work surface.
•  16 pages & 20+ high-resolution grayscale images.
•  Cardstock cover. Bright white paper.

Brief History
Safety First
Exploded Parts Diagrams
(2 pages - 73 Parts)

Sight Base & Hoods
Recoil Spring Assembly Slide
Firing Pin Assembly
  (Pre/Post 2001)
Magazine Latch Disconnector & Spring  Mag & Disconnector
Latch (Post 2005)
Stop Open Latch

Disassembly (cont.)
Hammer Spring
Safety Click Plate
Hammer & Pivot Pin
Safety Assembly
Sear, Sear Spring,
Sear Spring Pin
Disconnector Pin
Magazine Latch & Trigger Pin
Magazine Ejector Pin & Spring Ejector

Reassembly Tips

Date of Manufacture Codes
1985 ~ Current


Excerpt from this Guide:

Brief History of the Browning Buck Mark 22

1914 John M Browning invents the Colt Woodsman or Colt .22

1969 Bruce Browning produces the Browning Nomad .22

1976 Introduction of the Challenger. Later, the Challenger II and III are developed.

1985 Buck Mark 22 Pistol. Made in the USA.

1987 Grade VI Semi-Auto 22. Buck Mark Plus, Silhouette and Varmint models added.

1991 New Buck Mark pistols include Standard Nickel, 5.5 Gold, 5.5 Field and Unlimited Match.

1992 Buck Mark Micro Standard Nickel, Buck Mark Micro Plus and Buck Mark Micro Standard added to the line.

1996 Buck Mark Plus Nickel, Micro Plus Nickel, Bullseye with rose wood grips, Bullseye with rubber grips.

1999 Buck Mark pistol offered in two new models, Challenge and Micro Challenge.

2003 Browning celebrates 125 years. Commemorative Buck Marks.

2005 Buck Mark Camper and Standard Stainless offer a stainless steel tapered bull or flat-sided bull 5 1/2” barrel. They have a matte finished slide. New Cocabolo grips adorn the Buck Mark 5.5 Target and 5.5 Field models.

2006 New models include URX , UDX, MicroBull, Damascus and Bullseye Target Stainless.