Sundance Industries was an American manufacturer of inexpensive firearms.
Sundance was set up by Steven Jennings, nephew of George Jennings, the founder of Raven Arms. When it was active, BATF classified Sundance as a "Ring of Fire company", a company that produced Saturday night specials, or inexpensive handguns, at a large scale. Sundance went out of business in 2002 and closed.
Most of Sundance's products involve modified versions of Jennings or Raven firearms with laser sights.