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    Quote Originally Posted by chefduane View Post
    I own a Phoenix HP .22LR. I know its a Zamak gun but I've put a few hundred rounds through it with no probs whatsoever. Paid $140 NIB for it. I use strictly CCI Standard Velocity 1070fps in it. CCI runs clean, no duds, and is rec'd by Phoenix. It is my truck gun. And if it breaks (brakes? ) I'm not out much.

    PS: Grew up in Fullerton, lived in Chino with the cows for a while. The cows were aromatic and the CIM-Chino breakout alarm went off once or twice but other than that, ain't a lot happenin' in Chino.
    Cool, I was born and raised in Pomona. After living in a few neighboring cities; including Chino, my wife and I settled in Ontario. We've lived in all 3 zip codes that have residential addresses in them. We are currently in South East Ontario off the 60 Fwy. We get the Chino aroma from time to time but since they've lifted the dairy preserve a lot of farmers have sold to developers and house will soon replace the dairies.
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    thet's rephrase the question a bit. Who owns a Jennings Bryco that is legally allowed to own a firearm

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    Quote Originally Posted by terryb View Post
    thet's rephrase the question a bit. Who owns a Jennings Bryco that is legally allowed to own a firearm
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    If you are lucky, it will break and you can throw it away..;-)
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    Had a Cobra .380 for awhile that I got cheap, seller said it would not run, bought it and for
    grins proved him wrong.....................
    Also had a derringer that was pretty well made, did a trigger job on it and with the
    2 barrels it was a fun little gun, barrels were in .38 spc and .32 mag.....................
    The .380 never grew on me, but I do regret selling the derringer!.................
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    I suppose if I found myself in a situation where I had to defend myself with my Jennings 9MM I would be better off throwing the gun at the bad guy, it is very heavy!

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    Years ago I had a Davis 32. I think they go by Cobra now. I had to replace the firing pin before I could shoot it. Broken right out of the box. The pawn shop where I got it had them in stock. When I remarked about how coincidental that was, the guy at the counter just smiled. I've actually considered getting a Jimenez 32, just so Native Texan could lecture me about zamak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJS3 View Post
    I've actually considered getting a Jimenez 32, just so Native Texan could lecture me about zamak.
    EXACTLY why I have never mentioned that my CZ SP-01 Shadow -2 is made of Zamak--couldn't stand the preaching!!!!
    along with it not having a cylinder that would be unbearable to listen to!------
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJS3 View Post
    Years ago I had a Davis 32. I think they go by Cobra now. I had to replace the firing pin before I could shoot it. Broken right out of the box. The pawn shop where I got it had them in stock. When I remarked about how coincidental that was, the guy at the counter just smiled. I've actually considered getting a Jimenez 32, just so Native Texan could lecture me about zamak.

    If you really want a lecture, heck, I mean I'm here to serve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJS3 View Post
    I've actually considered getting a Jimenez 32, just so Native Texan could lecture me about zamak.
    Well, it is the sweet spot for firearms materials design. Easy to cast, resilient, good looking, and oh so durable. Not sure why anyone ever uses anything else, actually.

    [ducks for cover, preferably behind a wall of zamak ingots]
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