>Raven arms. >Rohm. >Lorcin. >Jimenez (kind of). >Davis arms. >Sundance industries

>Raven arms
>Rohm
>Lorcin
>Jimenez (kind of)
>Davis arms
>Sundance industries
What happened to poverty gats? All these companies are either dead or functional irrelevant.
Did hi point put them all under?

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Absorbed into bigger brands

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Replace the B with an N.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Ansorned into Black person nrands?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        My man, they were already Black person brands.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Ansorned into Black person nrands?

        Ansorned ibto Black person nrabds

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Saturday night special laws killed them off.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    They got sued by shooting victims and audited by the ATF until there was nothing left.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/jD2xzVt.jpg

      Le based boomers put them out of business with frivolous lawsuits.

      >source: dude just trust me

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        yeah
        https://web.archive.org/web/20200708061118/http://www.mccloskeylaw.com/Our-Results.aspx
        >$400,000.00 Products liability (gun case)
        >$350,000.00 Products liability- defective handgun explodes causing tinnitus
        >PRODUCTS LIABILITY (MISFIRING GUN) DEATH "Confidential Settlement"

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I don't see any references to specific gun manufacturers

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Chronister v. Bryco was one of them, the dude with tinnitus. Idk about the others.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Burt

    >$300 CZ P10C
    >$270 Beretta APX
    >$240 Taurus G3
    >$235 PSA Dagger
    >$210 Taurus G2C
    >$190 Taurus TX22
    >$169 Hi Point
    >$99 Altor
    >$80 pawn shop Hi Points and all guns in OP day in and day out
    What's the problem? What, you want to pay even more for even shittier guns?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >$300 CZ P10C
      >$270 Beretta APX
      >$240 Taurus G3
      >$235 PSA Dagger
      >$210 Taurus G2C
      These are really your answer. Even years ago you can get a new or used Taurus that’s better than the brands listed by OP for basically the same price if you adjust for inflation. $100 in 2000 is $177 now.

      Daggers being sub $250 is fantastic price when you compare performance to historical average handgun prices.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Le based boomers put them out of business with frivolous lawsuits.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Bro looks like a discount Peter Griffin

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Resident Wumbologist

    >Raven
    Burned down in 1991, likely insurance fraud.
    Resurrected as Phoenix Arms.
    >Lorcin
    Rival of Raven founder, was friends of his in high school. Got ATF'd because they were selling un-zerialized pistols out the back of the factory. At least that's the story I heard. Tooling sold to Cobra which is still active.
    >Davis
    Run by Raven founder's daughter in law? It was a woman and related in some way to George Jennings. Killed by product liability lawsuit.
    >Jimenez
    Shop foreman of Davis bought the tooling in an auction, close bidding fight against kid who got paralyzed by a malfunctioning pistol of theirs who sued them out of existence. Relocated form CA to NV due to spurious legislation, regulation and lawsuits.
    >Sundance.
    Not sure, probably related to George Jennings in some way.
    >Rohm
    Taken out initially by 1968 GCA because their crappy pot metal revolvers were nowhere close to import requirements. Made some better guns that were imported afterwards, but brand was practically radioactive. Apparently they reorganized in some way as Umarex which imports crappy pot metal guns today.

    Basically.
    >1968 GCA killed imports.
    >Shallow pond created US ecosystem of companies shitting out cheap replacement guns, most of which knew each other.
    >CA aggressively shut them down with regulations and lawsuits.
    >They shuffled around in various ways and mostly still exist today.
    >But are sidelined by much better budget guns that aren't really that much more $$.

    Like for real why bother buying a Cobra Arms rebranded Lorcin for ~$225 when there are tons of lightly used PD trade in Glocks that cost slightly more, but by the time you buy a box of 32 or 25 ACP you have made up the difference.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I mean I got this pocket pistol for like 90 something bucks AND I can still buy replacement parts from them online.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Rohm
      >Taken out initially by 1968 GCA because their crappy pot metal revolvers were nowhere close to import requirements. Made some better guns that were imported afterwards, but brand was practically radioactive. Apparently they reorganized in some way as Umarex which imports crappy pot metal guns today.
      My god, that makes much more sense than it should. If you ever spent any time in the air rifle market you'd know how bad the low end of Umarex (and the accessories they make) is and IIRC there's a lot of Turkshit they sell in the mid to upper end (PCPs?). They never went away, just transitioned to the air rifle equivalent. Also don't they import some of those shitty .22lr clone guns similar to GSG's offerings? I couldn't believe it when I saw Umarex's name on a real rifle for the first time.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Burned down
      >Resurrected as Phoenix Arms
      huh

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You forgot Jennings firearms went bankrupt and became Bryco arms and then Bryco went Bankrupt and was sold to Paul Jimenez to make Jimenez arms.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Taken out initially by 1968 GCA because their crappy pot metal revolvers were nowhere close to import requirements. Made some better guns that were imported afterwards, but brand was practically radioactive. Apparently they reorganized in some way as Umarex which imports crappy pot metal guns today.
      Umarex
      They didn't reorganize, Umarex was only a wholesaler up to like the 90's that then simply bought up Röhm (their arms division at least) about mid 2010's. But by then they were already well established.

      >Rohm
      >Taken out initially by 1968 GCA because their crappy pot metal revolvers were nowhere close to import requirements. Made some better guns that were imported afterwards, but brand was practically radioactive. Apparently they reorganized in some way as Umarex which imports crappy pot metal guns today.
      My god, that makes much more sense than it should. If you ever spent any time in the air rifle market you'd know how bad the low end of Umarex (and the accessories they make) is and IIRC there's a lot of Turkshit they sell in the mid to upper end (PCPs?). They never went away, just transitioned to the air rifle equivalent. Also don't they import some of those shitty .22lr clone guns similar to GSG's offerings? I couldn't believe it when I saw Umarex's name on a real rifle for the first time.

      They only really make .22's as of now, largely under brands they own, like Hämmerli. They made all Walther P22's for example since they also own Walther, but all large caliber Walther handguns are made at their facility in Ulm, not Umarex's in Arnsberg. Licensed brands (H&K, Browning, S&W) are limited to blank fire handguns and pellet guns.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      > because they were selling un-zerialized pistols out the back of the factory
      Incredibly based if true

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Watch on YouTube, "gunwebsites ring of fire and saturday night special history" ta da.

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I have a rohm and they're funny, probably the worst gun I own but I still like it

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    When my grandpa died I inherited a handful of guns from him, one being a Bryco 380 Auto. The thing is absolute piece of shit.

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