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Browning Buckmark Tech Support


Your integral silencer has been test fired with several types of ammunition when it is shipped from our shop to insure that there are not any alignment, cycling or accuracy issues. These silencers are designed to provide a lifetime of use and the only maintenance required on the silencer is to clean the baffles and the rear expansion chamber around the barrel after each use. We recommend simple green as an appropriate cleaner to remove the residue and fouling created from use.


  1. Remove the end cap with a 1/4" Allen wrench
  2. Remove the baffles with a 90 degree pick or a hook. Some models have a baffle that is machined to fit inside of the end cap. This last baffle has to be installed in the same place in order for the baffle stack and end cap to be installed correctly.
  3. Remove the barrel stabilizer with a 5/8 socket and an extension hooked to a standard ratchet.
  4. Pull the silencer straight off. It is not attached by any other means.
  5. Clean your barrel with a wire brush or ultrasonic cleaner.
  6. Assemble in the reverse order. We recommend using an anti-seize type compound on your internal threads on the silencer and end cap.

TBA Suppressors will not be responsible for baffle strikes as a result of incorrect threading, modifications, improper ammunition, mishandling or misuse caused by the suppressor coming loose. It is the userís responsibility to ensure that the suppressor stays tight on the host weapon. If you do not understand these instructions please contact us immediately for further clarification.


Your integral suppressor has a ported barrel so that the performance will be below supersonic speeds and not produce a ballistic crack. We tune our guns with CCI mini mags and bulk high velocity ammunition. Due to the variety and manufacturing differences of ammunition available some ammunition will perform better than others in terms of accuracy, reliability, cycling feet per second and sound reduction quality. The hammer springs and recoil springs also have an affect on these qualities as well. The user may have to try several different brands to find the ideal combination to suit there needs.

Your suppressor will have the best sound reduction quality when used with CCI Standard Velocity or Subsonic ammunition. Through our testing we have found that the CCI ammunition is the most consistent in velocity, accuracy, and functioning therefore this is what we recommend. Using 60 grain ammunition will not only cause baffle strikes but the projectile can get stuck in the suppressor and will not be covered under warranty.