Brandon's Arms was inspired by the story of Brandon Maxfield. When he was seven, Brandon was accidentally shot in the face by a defective Bryco pistol which discharged while being unloaded. As a result, Brandon is permanently paralyzed below the neck. In Maxfield v. Bryco, a unanimous jury found Bryco Arms responsible for its defective design and for Brandonís injuries and medical expenses. Bryco declared bankruptcy and has yet to compensate Brandon.
Brandon's Arms works to promote the public safety by reducing and eliminating injuries and deaths from the accidental or criminal use of firearms. We maintain a database of junk gun defects, accidents, and accidental discharges. This information and all information related to the trial are made available to assist attorneys in suits against junk gun manufacturers.
Brandon is continuing his fight to obtain compensation from Bryco Arms and to keep defective junk guns and crime guns off the streets. Please explore the site for more information.
You can join Brandon's campaign to keep defective guns off the street by making a donation and telling others about this site.