2014-06-17 17:39:09 UTC
# I would be interested in any opinions regarding either the following
# Gun company or the particular model of gun I am examining.
# Company: Bryco Arms (sub company of Jennings Firearms)
# Model: Model 48 Semi-automatic handgun
# Caliber: .380
# Comment: 7 shot clip and 1 in the chamber
# Price: $109.00 (new)
# I am not a handgun expert by any means, however, this seems like a good
# price on a gun that would suit my needs. Does anyone have an opinion
# of whether the above price is fair for the quality of gun received ?
# What is the quality of the above gun or for that matter what kind of
# reputation does the company have ? How about cleaning and other
# maintenance activities ?
# I would greatly appreciate any opinions. Thanks for any help.
To me it sounds the same as people who never owned a Harley talking about the
oil leaks and the sportsters and these experts don't know anything about
them and have never owned a motorcycle.
Well I own a 9mm bryco and paid 110.00 for it and it's actually my second because
the first got confiscated by the police and since I never had one incident with
it jamming , misfiring or any other trouble with it and the fact that I still
had one of the magazines left from the first gun I bought the second and had
exactly the same reults from the second one. Never one time has it malfunctioned.
Yes they are Cheap and that was another thing I like about it because I don't
worry about scratching it or it getting wet or dirty, Now I have grown older
and have better classes of weapons but none have performed any better than the
bryco, My wife got me a 70' series National match Gold Cup Colt so I do know
the difference. And Last but not Least for all you Harley experts out there
that talk about "All Harleys Leak Oil" well the opd chain drive Harleys had
an automatic chain oiler on them that comes right off of the side of the oil
pump and you can shut it off but then you don't have any lubricant for the chain,
but there is a 7/16s head bolt which is a 1/4 x 20 that you open one quarter turn
and it puts a slow but steady drip of oil on the chain, you can open up the oil
cap when you stop and relieve the pressure which stops the drip and if you don't
it will drip until there no more pressure in the oil tank. And for you people who
talk down about Sportsters well I guess 1 out of 3 ain' t too bad Right.... I
agree with you "A SPORTSTER IS A GIRL'S BIKE!!!!