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Browning Buck Mark URX Pellet Pistol

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The Browning Buck Mark URX has a single stroke cocking mechanism with break barrel action. The cocking mechanism is easier to cock than most break barrel pistols. The Browning Buck Mark URX has an integrated weaver rail so you can gain accuracy by mounting your favorite accessories. This pistol will provide all day fun for all ages indoors or outdoors.

Browning Buck Mark URX Features
  • Breakbarrel
  • Single-shot
  • Only 19.8 lbs. cocking effort!
  • Weaver optics rail
  • Fixed front sight
  • Rear sight adjustable for windage and elevation
  • Ambidextrous grip with finger grooves
  • Automatic safety
  • 320 fps/lead pellet- 360 fps/alloy pellet*

*The owner's manual and the packaging for the gun show different velocity figures. According to the importer- the figures we show here are correct velocities.
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  • ManufacturerBrowning
  • Caliber.177
  • Velocity360 fps
  • ConditionNew
  • Ammo TypePellets
  • ActionBreak barrel
  • Barrel StyleRifled
  • Fire ModeSingle-shot
  • Gun Weight1.50
  • Overall Length12.00
  • Barrel Length5.25
  • Loudness3-Medium
  • Magazine Capacity0
  • MechanismSpring-piston
  • RailWeaver mounts
  • SafetyAutomatic
  • Front SightsBlade & Ramp
  • Rear SightsAdjustable for windage & elevation
  • Shots per Fill0
  • Trigger Adjustability0
  • Trigger Action0
  • UsePlinking/Fun
  • Warranty90-day limited warranty
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By JohnAugust 23, 2017

The Browning Buck Mark URX Air Pistol is built solid, is easy to operate, and has a fairly accurate sight, however, it occasionally veers off the mark. No CO2 cartridges and a single pump makes the Browning Buck Mark URX Air Pistol easy to use, though it lacks real power - shooting from 10 yards to target.

Built solid. Easy to operate. Safe (latch to fire, single shot)

Soft shot/low power. Occasionally veers.

By Alain L.January 31, 2015

It's a very nice little gun for indoors shooting. Low cocking effort, low velocity. Out of the box, it was shooting a little bit low. I adjust it and then the first ten shots grouped was 1,5 " (3 shots overlapping in the bullseye) . The noise is very moderate. In fact, it's the only gun out of my 8 air pistols that I can shoot at home (I live in a quiet appartments building). For my other guns, I have to go to a friend's. I tried 2 brands of pellets (Crosman hollowpoint and RWS diabolo basic) and it does great with the RWS pellets. It came with a couple of scratches but what can you expect from "made in Taiwan"

- Feel comfortable in hand. - Low cocking effort. - Low velocity for indoors shooting (great for paper targer practice) - Pretty accurate for the price. - Inexpensive. - Low noise.

- It came with a couple of scratches (including a major one) - Transparent plastic wrapping instead of a box (I had to buy a case)

By MichaelUSANovember 6, 2014

This pistol is close to the firearm in the way it feels and its grip. Well made but has a few hiccups.

Open sights similar to my match pistol sights. That's why I got one. Good for practice. I use it for 5 meter, 6 yard, indoors only. Umarex does a good job with this well made gun. Handles 7-8 grain wadcutters pretty good. This is a springer so some vibration takes place but not bad. For the price, it is ok.

The manual talks about pellet drift when fired. Mine goes left so I have to rely on the correct sight. Loses accuracy at anything over 6 yards. It is low power so no outdoor use for me. It is quiet but emits a pronounced pop on discharge. Mine is not easy to fire offhand so that is a negative for me. The vibration when fired is multi-directional. Accuracy improves using a 2 hand grip with thumb and index finger against the top tube . But it is not a 10 meter pistol with accuracy.

By Van BogaertBelgiumJune 21, 2014

The pellets bounce off hard-cover books and a dartboard. Beside that, it looks pretty nice, is very fun to shoot .although it has bad sights, it does shoot accurate. Like the light cocking effort, and can't say i have any complaints about the trigger. In all a very nice gun, but must say i enjoy the P17 more.

Price / light cocking effort

For my targets, it would have been nice if it had a little more power.

By AlexUSAMarch 4, 2013

Groups are in range of 1.5" at 30 feet.

Real Browning look and grip.

Tight trigger.

By danJune 18, 2012

I would have liked this gun a lot more if the sights were better and the trigger pull wasn't so heavy. This could have been a great starter gun for younger shooters but I can't recommend it with the heavy trigger and the hard to see iron sights.

Easy to Cock Small Size Fit's nice in your hands Low Noise Built in weaver rail

The trigger pull is way to heavy for this kind of gun The auto safety is annoying but I can see it useful for really young kids The Sights are hard to see in most lighting conditions

By bob l.June 10, 2012

If you're a shooter who enjoys the relaxed,single -shot,low/medium power very accurate,stye of target shooting then this pistol is for you!!! This feels good in the hand,is quiet,and very well built...all for $45 dollars!!!!And it's Browning tagged!!We are using non-lead ssp or RWS pellets,but you may need to check and see what works best for you're style of shooting.If you are looking for a loud,multi-shot,"supergun" this is NOT for you!!! The character of this pistol is it's selling point in my opinion,...a quality,low cost ,accurate,and quiet pistol.

just about everything! to change anything would change the character of the pistol.

Cons is what it is!

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Is it the same grip as the 22LR version ? Can it be removed ? THX

asked Marc from USA

I was wondering if the Browning Buck Mark pistol would work with the darts that Airgun depot are selling?

asked Raymond from USA

You hides postal authority

asked mishel from Israel

Mishel, Please contact our International Shipping Department at [email protected] They can answer any questions you might have. Sincerely, The Airgun Depot Customer Care Team

Scott from USA

Will this kill a Starling bird at 20 yards?

asked Jerry

no this gun will not kill a starling at 20 yards, if you have good shot placement it is possible you can kill it at 10 yards maximum. if you want to kill a bird from finch size to pigeon size get the crosman 760 for 29.99 at airgun depot have killed many doves with this gun happy hunting!!!!!!!!!!


How's the FPS with light Lead pellets?

asked Dan
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