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Old 09-16-2012, 10:21 AM   #21
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With all due respect prove it. There has only been one judgement against the companies mentioned here. A guy in CA shot his kid in the face with one decocking it by pulling the trigger. Now if all these failures had happened there would be more than one judgement.

Only sheep slander a companies products without proof.

Edit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimenez_Arms

If you all come to your senses I can tell you how to make Jimenez pistols run as good as most pistols on the market. They are more accurate than other pistols the same size (1 7/8" barrel). I have a decent charter 38 I won off a prison shrink and a guard. I took the charter in lieu of $100 cash. One was shooting a P-3AT. The other a ruger lcp. I would not say this unless it was true. I am the one of the biggest ruger fanboy on earth. I own 4 ruger pistols and a 10/22.

Otherwise I am just going to prove you to be wrong or malicious.
Dude you dont know sheep from shinola,the number of lawsuits doesnt proove anything, and wikipedia doesnt proove crap either. Other than my first hand experience with these guns,you will find SEVERAL others on this forum with similar experiences to mine with the jennings/bryco/jiminez guns. I dont need to outsource to give you proof.

So im being "malicious"? Haha

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Kind of funny that I can give the guns a little fluff and buff. Replace the firing pin spring, it actually controls the cyclic rate of a Jimenez. They run great! My mechanic found a JA-25 in a junk car. I fixed in and it runs great. A neighbors wife has a JA-25 I fixed. It runs great! My JA-22 runs as well as any rimfire on the market and it's very accurate for a gun it's size. Most guns with a barrel less than 2" have a range of about 3 yards. The Jimenez shoots very well at 10 yards. Good enough to qualify for a CCP in NC. I can't say that about either of my kel tecs, both have longer barrels.

Now if a gun exploded in your hand you would sue. Any other claim I must raise the BS flag. That is what it is BS. Judgments in the firearms industry are well documented. If your statements are true, prove it.

I put a lot of research into Jimenez before fixing my mechanics pistol due to the internet buzz. All of the buzz was false.
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If you are interested in a very cheap but decent little firearm, find youself a Raven .25. They can be found used for under $100.00 and they work fine. I bought one after I read, in one of his older books, J.B. Woods comments about the Raven; turns out he was impressed with the reliability of the gun.

I went through a mouse gun phase and owned one for a while, it was as reliable as the much more expensive Beretta 950, or 418.
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Alright now that we see who has a bigger weenie.....
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...It was me. And leaving!
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...It was me. And leaving!
And......win.....2 points. ._______.
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Alright now that we see who has a bigger weenie.....
Big enough to cause pain but not death
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Looks like we have gotten off topic a little bit

How about them wonderful jennings/bryco//jiminez pistols?

I was gonna buy another one a long time ago but i decided to use the money to buy a hamburger at burger king instead,I still dont regret my decision.
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Looks like we have gotten off topic a little bit

How about them wonderful jennings/bryco//jiminez pistols?

I was gonna buy another one a long time ago but i decided to use the money to buy a hamburger at burger king instead,I still dont regret my decision.
I was going to buy one...but the army gave me grenades instead.
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