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Old 12-16-2012, 05:51 PM   #1
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Anybody have any ideas as to where to find a barrel for a jennings bryco. 380

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The cost of the barrel is more than the whole gun is worth retail.

My suggestion is to render it unrepairable.

If you wish to ignore my sugggestion, try www.e-gunparts.com

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You could always buy another and have a supply of parts. You might just want to save your money and get a bit better quality gun. Decent guns can be found in the $200.00 range.

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Aren't the barrels fixed? Wouldn't that mean you'd actually need a whole frame replacement? At that point may buy a new Jimenez ja380 or 380lc and call it good.

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Anybody have any ideas as to where to find a barrel for a jennings bryco. 380
http://www.gunpartscorp.com/Manufacturers/BrycoArms-33166/JenningsT-380-35569.htm
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I got the gun for next to nothing with hopes of a good cleaning would fix the ftfeed issue. Only to have the barrel be wore where the pin holds it to the receiver. The gun feeds flawlessy now and fires one round but the barrel slides out after ejection (i will not fire it anymore after the barrel fell out). I could just throw it in the closet but i have a pet peeve of not being able to fix it.....

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Thank you for the link and i did visit that sight prior however i have the model 38 smaller sized
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Thank you for the link and i did visit that sight prior however i have the model 38 smaller sized
I didn't recall them making anything but 22, 25, 32 and 380. Do you mean 32?
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Yep it says
bryco 38'
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Yep it says
bryco 38'
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Right which is the 380, which is what the previous poster provided link for.
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