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PostPosted: Tue Oct 05, 2021 6:48 pm 
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Saw this while browsing PyramydAir's site: https://www.pyramydair.com/product/ruge ... tol?m=5345

Riffled 5.3'' barrel, 360 fps, looks well made and detailed, 49.99$ US. Maybe worth a try?

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I expect it to be like the Browning Buckmark. The Ruger would honestly be better with a optic rail.

Id probably pick up one just to fiddle with over the winter.


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Perfect companion for my Ruger mkII bullbarrel. 13% off the preorder price right now at Pyramid.

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Looks soooooo much better than the Browning......

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I wonder if they improved trigger comparing to Browning...


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gas ram pistol? Interesting indeed. I don't like the fo sights but at least adjustable. That's big. Maybe I do need a pistol for plinking. Eager to see accuracy reports.

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Is it just me, or does the front site look way to high?

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notec wrote:
Is it just me, or does the front site look way to high?


High and wide. Humongous.

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if the sear is anything like the Browning Buckmark don't waist your time :(

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Ace wrote:
if the sear is anything like the Browning Buckmark don't waist your time :(


Ace what's up with the sear on the Buckmark? I never had or shot one. They say the trigger is single-stage on the Ruger, does the Buckmark has a single-stage trigger too?

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gas ram pistol? Interesting indeed. I don't like the fo sights but at least adjustable. That's big. Maybe I do need a pistol for plinking. Eager to see accuracy reports.


Don't think it's a gas ram pistol, Pyramyd would have mentionned it I'm sure. Just the price is already a good clue it has a steel coil spring. But would love to see accuracy reports too!

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I expect it to be like the Browning Buckmark. The Ruger would honestly be better with a optic rail.

Id probably pick up one just to fiddle with over the winter.


Did you had a Buckmark? I was always interested in it but never bought one.

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jckstrthmghty wrote:
notec wrote:
Is it just me, or does the front site look way to high?


High and wide. Humongous.


Depending on the way the pistol recoils, it might need to be that high, or they've merely sighted it as
done with most powder burning pistols.

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airmec wrote:

leadslinger wrote:
I expect it to be like the Browning Buckmark. The Ruger would honestly be better with a optic rail.

Id probably pick up one just to fiddle with over the winter.


Did you had a Buckmark? I was always interested in it but never bought one.


Yeah I have one, gave it to my Step Father. Didn't really enjoy the heavy trigger.


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notec wrote:
Is it just me, or does the front site look way to high?


Probably to comp for barrel droop.


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If you look at the crown, it sits high in the shroud........not sure if that was just a bad one.......hope they all arent like that.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 06, 2021 6:07 pm 
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airmec wrote:
Ace wrote:
if the sear is anything like the Browning Buckmark don't waist your time :(


Ace what's up with the sear on the Buckmark? I never had or shot one. They say the trigger is single-stage on the Ruger, does the Buckmark has a single-stage trigger too?

Did you had a Buckmark? I was always interested in it but never bought one.


I have Buckmark - it's quite accurate, and cocks with little effort, but trigger is terrible. I had to disassembly the gun and polish sear to make it acceptable but I still have to use finger proximal phalanx (closest to palm) to pull the trigger smoothly. Buckmark is easy to take apart and put back together though. Another thing I had to fix in Buckmark it's to put old pellets inside the grip to make it heavier, it' was too light to my taste. So I'm going to wait for detailed review of Mark IV, if Umarex fixed the trigger the pistol might worth the money : )


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