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JDumas 02-21-2004 06:00 PM

Jennings/Bryco Arms 9mm Semi-Auto Pistol
I am looking for any information on a Jennings/Bryco Arms 9mm Semi-Auto pistol specifically disassembly/reassembly diagram because all the books that I have do not include this particular gun. I have looked in the numrich #25 book however it really doesn't give me the type of info I need. Any an all information would be greatly appriciated.

Thanks in advance...


radioactivesludge23 10-04-2004 09:28 PM

jennings nine
go to the bryco website I just found out that these guns are deffective and the company has a law suit filed. I have the jennings nine 9mm simmi auto pistol and was looking for any info when i seen the law suit on the web site. :o they are made from a cast zinc alloy and could be very dangerous. you can red more about them on the web site.

Reynolds 10-14-2004 03:15 PM

Why is this weapon so cheap? I fired 300 rounds without even a misfire. I did not get injured. But, I did hit my mark over and over. :cry:

radioactivesludge23 10-14-2004 05:49 PM

go to the website bryco arms .com to find out more about the law suit filed against bryco and bruce jennings thr defective gun manufactureing company.they were trying to shut the factory down.these guns are on the ATF list for the most found at crime senes and are made out of cast zinc alloy the same thing they make wine bottle cork screws out of.the reason they are defective is the safty has to be placed in the fire position to unload them and can go off with out notice while the chamber is open. if you want more info go to the website you can read more on it.

ohio_cop 10-26-2004 12:12 PM

bryco arms
i have the bryco model jennings nine, no problems here, unless you are an intruder in my home, bend over and kiss it goodbye bc i trust this weapon every bit as much as my Glock 22 if i didnt feel it was completely safe i would not own it. second this jury that is giving this kid 24 mill. at the gun makers expense, the only thing i can say is PATHETIC

radioactivesludge23 10-27-2004 01:14 PM

my bryco 9mm i have not had any problems out of it yet i just was looking through the internet one day and decided to look up bryco arms and saw the law suit that was filed against them it kinda made me worried about the safty of my family and me worried that the gun was dangerous.

BAGoldPanner 11-04-2004 12:11 AM

I have a Jennings 9mm and was out poping can when the end of the slid flew off! If I didn't catch it out of the corner of my eye, the next shot would have sent the slide back in my face.....

papabe52 12-25-2016 07:42 AM

The Jennings Bryco M59 does not have an available diagram however it is not complex to disassemble or reassemble. The removal process begin with pushing in the lock at the rear of the gun slide

retDAC 12-27-2016 06:47 PM

Welcome to Pistolsmith. You did pick an old thread though. Those guys are gone.

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