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Cleaning a Bryson Jennings T380-ca automatic

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Old 02-12-2009, 05:03 PM   #11
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Old 03-28-2009, 09:37 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by terri45fe View Post
My husband just bought me a used Jennings .380 auto. It didn't come with a manual. I need to know how to clean it entirely. My brother who knows a little about auto pistols took the handle off, the safety switch out, etc. but could not figure out how to remove the barrel to clean it. If anyone knows anything about this type gun or how to clean it, locate a manual any information is highly appreciated.
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hello. to take the slide off you must look at the back of the slide where your red firing indicator button sticks out and take a screwdriver and press in the black cylinder part that surrounds your red firing indicator button and pull your slide back and up it will then come off but becareful not to loose your sear pin and spring and your firingpin spring. wolfy1211
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Old 03-29-2009, 02:03 AM   #13
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I want to be the first to welcome to the forum, terri. From the post, they have moved you toward the take down of your Jennings. It may be a thing of need, self-defense, for your husband to buy this for you-BUT-around here we usually deal in honesty. The truth is that most any Jennings firearm is more likely to fail you, than protect you. If you ever are placed in the position of having to discharge a firearm in defense of yourself, or others, you want it to work-each and EVERY time. Jennings firearms DO NOT have a great track record of this happening. Stick around, and seek out advise from members of this forum for a solution to a Jennings .380.
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Old 04-10-2009, 08:37 PM   #14
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May I suggest a Ruger LCP?
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