The Browning Buckmark came on the scene in 1978 when it first appeared on the Browning Centennial catalog. Since that time it has become one of the most recognizable logos in the outdoor world. Originally, it was designed to be embroidered onto the Browning line of clothing.
There are many rumors as to the meaning of the logo but according to Browning, it means nothing, just a name they came up within a marketing meeting.
Since its introduction, it has been changed very little. Today the Buckmark has been combined with a doe head to form a heart. This has become very popular. BMMA offers both designs. This is the original design with only the Buckhead.
These pieces are handcrafted and handpainted and no two will be the same color combination or paint design.
This piece measures approximately 4 inches tall by 2 inches wide however we can custom cut to any size you wish. Typically cut from 12 gauge hot rolled steel then painted with automotive grade paints & primers and finished with automotive grade clear coat. The piece has an attached chain for easy hanging.
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