Browning designs all of its pistols with the same attention to detail as their
other firearms. Every Browning pistol comes with a cable lock to help you safely
store your firearm. Whether you are looking for a target pistol like the Browning
Buck Mark Series or need something more with more power like the Browning Hi-Power
and Pro Pistol Series, Browning makes it and we carry it.
Browning Buck Mark Pistols
Browning Buck Mark pistols lead the industry in quality, reliability, accuracy
and variety. Every Browning Buck Mark pistol starts out as a solid piece of
aircraft-grade 7075 aluminum alloy, and is then CNC machined to exacting tolerances.
The crisp single-action trigger, hand reamed chamber, target crowned barrel
and finely adjustable target sights mean the Browning Buck Mark pistol comes
ready for fun straight from the box. The finger grooves, laser stippling and
stylish wave patterns combine to form an Ergonomic Interactive Surface (EIS)
that puts your hand in the same place on the grip for every shot, resulting
in more instinctual shooting and improved accuracy. The textured surfaces of
Browning Buck Mark pistols are comfortable and secure in any condition, while
the narrow profile makes them perfect for all hand sizes.
Browning Hi-Power Pistols
With a Browning Hi-Power pistol, you are taking a true classic to the range.
When it was introduced early in the 20th century, the Browning Hi Power 9mm
pistol was a revelation, offering the perfect balance of handling, size and
firepower. Over the years, the Browning Hi Power pistol has aged gracefully
and continues to have a loyal following among those “in the know.”
Whether you are a novice or a seasoned shooter, you will appreciate the fine
craftsmanship and function of Browning Hi Power pistols, the sure heft of the
machined steel frame and slide, and their natural pointability. As reliable,
accurate and easy to shoot as ever, every true firearm enthusiast should have
a Browning Hi Power pistol in their collection.
Browning 1911-22 A1 Pistols
In the early 1900s jungle warfare in the Philippines exposed the inadequacies of the .38 revolver and sent the U.S. Army on a search for an official large-caliber semiautomatic service sidearm. After a famed government test in 1910 when it fired 6,000 rounds in two days without a malfunction, the single test gun being dunked in a water bucket when it overheated, John Moses Browning's "Automatic Pistol, Caliber .45, M1911" became that sidearm.
Now, in honor of the 100th anniversary of a great firearm, Browning has come out with a new scaled-down version in .22 Long Rifle, the 1911-22 A1. We used Remington 40-grain .22 Target rounds to test-fire the gun, albeit somewhat less than 6,000 times in a row. The best performance was a 2-1/2 inch five-shot group fired from a rest at 25 yards. Though it has a heavy factory trigger, for plinking or for teaching a kid to shoot, the 1911-22 A1 has a lot of potential.