Why the Jennings Bryco 380 Auto so Inexpensive?

Answer

The Bryco Jennings 380 Auto is part of an informal class of gun known as a 'Saturday night special.' Saturday night specials are cheaply made 'junk guns' popular among criminals. Saturday night specials largely have been banned. Gun-ownership advocates claim that Saturday night specials are used mostly for defense buy lower income individuals.
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Bryco Arms was founded in the wake of the Gun Control Act of 1968, which effectively banned the further importation of cheap pistols commonly referred to as "Saturday Night Specials
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Maybe slightly over $100./125. new, used in the $50.-75. range, if it works, which they usually don't for long. The best gun "to carry" is the one on you when you need it,
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