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Buck Mark Whisper .22 LR Auto Pistol with Threaded Barrel

This is pretty neat from the OEM...


Exclusive Browning Buck Mark Camper Whisper .22 LR Auto Pistol with Threaded Barrel

Lipsey’s, Incorporated, is a large firearms distributor located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana....Now, they have really hit a home run with this newest version of the excellent Browning Buck Mark .22 caliber pistol, their Camper Model, but with a threaded barrel to easily attach a sound suppressor, muzzle brake, or flash suppressor.

...The Camper model is finished in a handsome matte black, and wears a five and one-half inch heavy barrel, just slightly tapered. For Lipsey’s, Browning lengthened the barrel by about .390 inch, to add a threaded portion for the attachment of accessories, and named the pistol the Camper Whisper, indicative of its intended use with a sound suppressor. Like the other Buck Mark pistols, the Whisper wears a superb set of sights; a fixed post front, with a fully click-adjustable rear, the base of which is integral with the top rib. The rear sight has a fine sixteen clicks per revolution, for precise adjustment. The rear face of the sight is serrated, and is arguably one of the best pistol sights made for accurate shooting, whether the target be paper, steel, or flesh. The sight does not move with the slide as it does on some .22 pistol designs, but is rigidly mounted, and the sight picture is not disturbed when shooting, with an appropriate muzzle brake or suppressor. More on that later.


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It's just a Buckmark with a threaded barrel, right?

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It's just a Buckmark with a threaded barrel, right?
Yeah, but I think it is pretty cool that an OEM is selling a .22 with a threaded tube.
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Yeah, but I think it is pretty cool that an OEM is selling a .22 with a threaded tube.
Fair enough, what kind of premium are they charging for it though?

Unless it's a very minor price difference I'd still rather get something like a Tactical Solutions Barrel for a couple hundred and have the stock as a backup.

If you've shot a TS pistol before you know how well made and accurate they are.


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I wonder if I can just buy the barrel for mine.
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I wonder if I can just buy the barrel for mine.
That's all they did to the pistol I pictured. Check them out:

http://www.tacticalsol.com/store/pc/...p?idCategory=4

In all honesty, we need to get you another firearm before you drop that kind of $$ into the .22LR.

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A supressed .22 with subsonic rounds rocks. Everyone should have one.



BTW, guess who haD a squirrel problem...
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The thought of tossing on a muzzle brake (instead of a suppressor) onto a .22, amuses the hell out of me. These things already have next to no recoil...
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I can't find the fucker! Every evening one somehow gets into a part of my attic that isn't easily accessable and splits around 6AM. I can't even figure out how it's getting in there. There are lots of squirrels around and too many neighbors with kids that will lose it to go on a big hunt. I'm going to have to resort to poison.

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The thought of tossing on a muzzle brake (instead of a suppressor) onto a .22, amuses the hell out of me. These things already have next to no recoil...
They use muzzle brakes for Olympic level target shooting. Here is an example. You can clearly see the potential benefits.
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The correct brake can be very efficient and take away anothr 20-40% of muzzle rise. Otherwise a threaded barrel is just another good marketing tool. Tacti-Cool FTW I guess

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And other than the nice rack on that chick that is not a brake.

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And other than the nice rack on that chick that is not a brake.
I know that. It is more fun and never underestimate the value of a nice rack.

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But that's not NEARLY as fun as sniping them out of your bedroom window!

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Yeah, that is what I was going to originally do, but figured I'd get 6-10 before I got the criminal squirrel. Plus, it wouldn't die in and stink up the attic.

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