"Eagle's Talon" Extractor for Browning® Buck Mark


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"Eagle's Talon" Extractor Installation Instructions for the Browning Buck Mark

At a glance:

  • Machined from hardened tool steel to last a lifetime

  • Sharp "hook" design grabs casings securely and surely

  • Reduces failures-to-eject and "stove-pipe" malfunctions

The TANDEMKROSS "Eagle's Talon" Extractor for Browning® Buck Mark is a much-needed reliability upgrade that replaces the factory-provided BuckMark extractor. The factory extractor often can’t maintain a secure enough hold on the spent casing as the pistol is cycling, causing stove-pipes and failures-to-eject malfunctions. TANDEMKROSS "Eagle's Talon" Extractor is CNC-machined with a positive hook that will grab and secure each round until it needs to be ejected.

While the factory extractor can chip- reducing its ability to consistently extract spent casings- the “Eagle’s Talon” extractor upgrade is machined from hardened tool steel for long-term strength and durability.

Eliminate your frustrations at the range and during speed shooting competitions with the “Eagle's Talon" Extractor for Browning® Buck Mark!

*Fits all Buck Mark models including the Buck Mark Rifle
Don't forget, all TANDEMKROSS products are Made in the USA and come with a LIFETIME guarantee!

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including cadmium, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

72 Reviews

  • 5
    Part of the fix

    Posted by John Shade on 30th Aug 2023

    This was part of the fix for my Buckmark pistol. I ended up needing to buy the replacement spring/firing pin all in one to eliminate some of the FTE/FTF issues I was having. This extractor in itself didn't fix it. If you're buying this, I recommend you also buy the recoil guide assembly

  • 5
    eagle's talon

    Posted by Anthony Escutenaire on 8th Aug 2023

    Very good part, fits perfectly with a little curve adjustment and polishing. Very satisfied with my purchase. I recommend.

  • 5
    Extractor review

    Posted by Steve Hall on 10th Nov 2022

    The extractor has worked much better than the original. The installation video helped a lot.

  • 5
    Much better than factory

    Posted by John on 10th May 2022

    More surface area than factory extractor. Simple to install.

  • 5
    EagleTalon extractor

    Posted by Brenda on 2nd May 2022

    Watched the install video and then I tried it took me a couple of trys but I got it works great

  • 5
    Great Part

    Posted by Rusty Smith on 27th Apr 2022

    I have put these in two guns now and I love them. The immediately fixed the failure to eject issue with both guns and have worked flawlessly since. I highly recommend this part.

  • 5

    Posted by Craig on 30th Mar 2022

    After trying a competitor that was hardened steel, and one of the big names in the industry for aftermarket, it just wasn't working. This extractor was exactly what I needed for that rare buckmark that seemed to be finicky. After shooting some rounds, it's has settled in nicely and my extraction issue are not about gone. If the chamber is clean, this thing takes everything out of the chamber. Great Work!!

  • 5

    Posted by Mark Creech on 18th Feb 2022

    I shoot CMP Bullseye every Wednesday. And my Buckmark is about 12 years old,and started having a problem ejecting a round. I ordered Tandemkross ejector,easy install, and my Buckmark runs like brand new. Thank You Tandemkross for your many quality products.

  • 3
    "Eagle's Talon" Extractor for Browning® Buck Mark

    Posted by Charles Barnett on 21st Dec 2021

    On the first trip to range my brand new Browning Buck Mark worked perfectly with several brands of ammo but consistently failed to either feed or eject Norma TAC 22 ammo. After replacing the extractor with the "Eagles Talon" , it would not feed any ammo. I discovered the case rims were getting caught between the sharp edge of the extractor hook and the bolt face. I used some sandpaper glued to a popsicle stick and a felt polishing bob on a Dremel tool to slightly round over and polish the extractor. The function is now better but still not 100%. I will try polishing more but it's hard to tell how much is enough. This is just MY experience on MY particular pistol. YMMV.