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    Plinker

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    Question Ruger vs Bucksmark

    How come when I look for information on .22 pistols I find many more articles and forums posts on Rugers as opposed to Buckmarks? It's almost like they don't exist.

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    Master Tyler-The-Piker's Avatar

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    sauce will thicken upon standing

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    Grandmaster KJQ6945's Avatar

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    The Rugers far outnumber the Buckmarks. I would guess the Ruger series has sold more pistols than all the competitors combined.

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    Marksman

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    Buckmarks are not easy to take down, require allen wrenches and a good memory.

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    Grandmaster

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    Quote Originally Posted by KJQ6945 View Post
    The Rugers far outnumber the Buckmarks. I would guess the Ruger series has sold more pistols than all the competitors combined.
    Pretty much this. Although there have been a lot of competitors over the years, the Ruger Mk1-4 series have sold far more units, much like the Ruger 10/22 has been a long-lasting leader in .22 rifles. Doesn't mean other makes might not be a better fit for you, but the Ruger .22s will most always be in the discussion.
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    Quality and price lead the way!
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    Turbo Areoflyer09's Avatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by KJQ6945 View Post
    The Rugers far outnumber the Buckmarks. I would guess the Ruger series has sold more pistols than all the competitors combined.
    ^This x1000. There Ruger has been around since like 1949, or around there. The BuckMark came along in the mid-80s. Neither are a bad choice, but Ruger pretty much owns this market.

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    Expert Trapper Jim's Avatar

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    Sold all my Ruger 22 pistols. They ran great, they were accurate and a lot of fun to shoot. Raced Steel with a 22/45 with no problems. Why I went to Buckmark is machined frame, square sights and modular design. Never cared for the round bolt and German Luger overtones of the Ruger. Much happier now as I am running one metal frame with several barrels and sight options.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zxc789 View Post
    How come when I look for information on .22 pistols I find many more articles and forums posts on Rugers as opposed to Buckmarks? It's almost like they don't exist.
    Could be spelling, as it's officially "Buck Mark".


    Plus, having right handed grips is a dick move on on Browning's part. (I think they might have moved away from that.)

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