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Browning Buckmark Reflex Sight

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  • Four reticle patterns
  • Mounts to a standard Weaver-style base
  • Browning celebrates 134 years in business
  • Rugged aluminum housing with matte black finish
  • Mounts to a standard Weaver-style base; 1-year warranty
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Product Description

Buckmark Holographic Sight. Four reticle patterns: Circle-Dot-Cross Reticle, 3 MOA Dot Reticle, Cross-Dot Reticle, Circle-Dot Reticle. Seven-position brightness rheostat. Field-of view:15.7m/100m, unlimited eye relief. Powered by one #2032 lithium battery. Mounts to a standard Weaver-style base. Rugged aluminum housing with matte black finish.

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The Buckmark Holographic Reflex Sight from Browning offers rapid target acquisition, field-proven durability, and simplicity. Equipped with four reticle options and a 7-position brightness rheostat, the Buckmark allows you to tailor your targeting for any tactical situation, night or day. Featuring rugged aluminum housing with a matte black finish, the Buckmark is designed to mount easily to standard Weaver-style bases. The sight requires (1) #2032 lithium battery (included) to operate.

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The Buckmark Holographic Sight offers four reticle patterns: Circle-Dot-Cross, 3 MOA Dot, Cross-Dot, and Circle-Dot.
Specifications:
  • Four reticle patterns: Circle-Dot-Cross, 3 MOA Dot, Cross-Dot, and Circle-Dot
  • Seven-position brightness rheostat
  • Field-of view: 15.7 meters/100 meters, unlimited eye relief
  • Powered by one #2032 lithium battery
  • Mounts to a standard Weaver-style base
  • Rugged aluminum housing with matte black finish
  • Weight: 8 ounces


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 5.5 x 1.6 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0038OW1W0
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 1290230
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,803 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Good battery life, holds zero well.
Philiprm
It seems that if you get a good one then you luck out but mine was a piece of junk.
Red Sox Nation
Bright aim points were visible in varying lights.
Jon P. Wolland

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142 of 150 people found the following review helpful By William J. Dolphin on July 21, 2010
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I searched high and low for customer reviews on this sight before I decided to buy it. There were none! I very well may be the first. I took a chance on this item because it had the Browning name on it. A halo sight for around 60.00 - worth a try. Well, you only get what you pay for! The only saving grace in this deal is Amazon's return policy.

I installed this on my Browning Buckmark Contour. I noticed that as I looked at the sight from behind my shooting grip, the frame surrounding the view glass appeared to be canting to the right. I checked the mounting job (cant really mess that up easily)and found it to be correct. The sight glass and surrounding frame was glued, welded, or otherwise affixed to the base of the sight crooked. This was confirmed when I saw that the crosshair reticle was also canting on a southern angle. That's not all....

Next, when I viewed the "dot" reticle, it looked more like two eggs sunnyside up. There were clearly two dots, albeit close together. Kind of reminded me of the Val Kilmner/Doc Holiday line from Tomestone when he says "I have two guns - one for each of you". Only in this instance I hadn't been drinking. I spent two hours at the range trying to zero this sight in even after boresighting it. The "double dot reticle" and the "canting cross hair reticle" were just too disconcerting for me to put any decent groups together with this sight. I finally gave up.

Since it looks just like some of the chinese made sights cheaply mass produced for big companies to slap their names on - I have concluded that that is probably what it is. I called Browning before I purchased the sight to ask who made it for them but they would not divuldge that information. I bought it anyway. My bad!

This sight may be OK for a paint ball gun but on a high quality pistol like the Buckmark? You gotta be kidding. Browning should be ashamed to put their name on a product like this.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Mac on October 18, 2010
I put one of these on my Buck Mark URX. It took quite a bit of adjustment, but once it was dialed in, it is extremely accurate. Far better than any other optics I gambled on in this price range. Yes, it's cheaply made, that's what you get for fifty bucks (with a membership deal and a sale, I only paid about $35). Sometimes the shock of firing causes the reticle lever to shift, partially or even completely obscuring the reticle. I found if I'm *very* careful setting the selector I can avoid this.

But once it's zeroed in, I can put 10 rapid-fire rounds into a half-inch circle at 15 yards all day long, and for fifty bucks I really can't ask for more than that.

Great for a plinker, and no massive parallax problems like you get with the Chinese junk like BEL.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Peter Green on July 9, 2013
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This is a quality sight. It will hold zero even when mounted to a high powered rifle (7.62x54R). The rail mount allen screws tighten up nicely with no fear of stripping out. Brightness settings are effective from the sunniest afternoon to a dimly lit basement. Great buy, no need to spend $100+ on a similar product. Great peripheral vision outside the sight as well.

Note: sighting in involves moving the bullet impact to the dot, just like a regular scope. i.e. if your shots hit above the bullseye, adjust the sight "down."

Cons: requires an allen wrench to sight in.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By elkhunterDB on August 23, 2011
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I ordered this thinking if browning put their name on it, it has to be a good product. This sight is no different than any other cheap holo sight from other companies. It has multiple reticles, but when you switch between them the point of aim changes. You also can not see the full reticle unless the pistol is canted to the side slightly. If this was on anything other than a plinking .22 pistol that I don't shoot often, I would return it.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By John C. May on January 5, 2011
I purchased this halo sight for my wife's Ruger MKIII, and it has functioned very well... My only problem is that in bright sunlight and the brightness all the way up, I can not see the reticle...
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26 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Red Sox Nation on January 14, 2012
This sight, if you call it that, is a total disaster.

It seems that if you get a good one then you luck out but mine was a piece of junk.

The reticle image on the cross hairs setting is clearly off-center. I removed the sight system and mounted it again only to find that the cross hairs were still out of alignment. I switched to the traditional red dot and the image appeared to still be off-center. I gave Browning the benefit of the doubt and began the sighting in process.

I mounted it on my Ruger 10/22 weaver rail system and tried to sight it in. The first round at a distance of only 30ft sailed over a foot over the target. I then realized that the windage and elevation screws did not accept my standard hex wrench set. After some tricky adjustments I MAXED OUT THE ELEVATION AND THE ROUNDS STILL HIT WAY TOO HIGH! I am beyond disappointed and I will not take the advice of any sales person that recommends cheaply made Chinese made products.

If you are using this sight system at point blank range then you will love it for the price. If you intend on shooting anything further then 25 yards out make sure it is enormous or you can safely miss.

Maybe you will get a good one but gambling is not my thing.
Browning, I am not pleased!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By John Wathen on January 31, 2014
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My second review! Let's be clear, Amazon service was fantastic. Delivered this terd one day sooner than they promised. Problem is, even one day early, a terd is a terd! I'm pretty sure Browning bought these on clearance from TruGlo because they are exactly the same.

The rheostat on my previous red dot sight purchased in the mid 80's finally died. I mounted it on many different guns over the years but it always ended up back on my Buckmark Target. After around 20,000 rounds through the Buckmark it finally became unstable and the dot would go out about every other shot. Wiggling it would turn it back on but time to go. Hence, this gem. I mean it's endorsed by Browning! How bad can it be?

Opened it this afternoon. Looks okay, nothing special. Immediately mounted it in anticipation of stepping out back to "the range" and sighting it in. Only one of the cross-bolts actually fits down into the rail slot to deal with recoil. Okay, this is just a 22 so shouldn't be a problem. But wait, the screws don't seem to tighten as expected. Instead of the mount fitting firmly onto the rail and the screws tightening rapidly when the side clamp contacts the rail, the screws seem to tighten slowly as if something is flexing or giving.

Removed the scope to investigate and the cross-screw has left thread marks in my rail which, by the way, was pristine after 25 years and several different sighting systems! You must be kidding! Okay, damage done. Let's put it back on and see what happens. Second time around, still the same thing.

Hold the gun up for the first mounted inspection... It's not level. In fact, it's not even close to level.
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