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Leg_McMuffin 07-01-2010 11:28 PM

bersa
 
i own 2 bersa handguns, the .380 and the uc 9mm.
i haven't seen anything on this site about them, so im just putting this out there...

they are pretty amazing guns if you haven't tried them out.

reasonably priced, very accurate, good looking and very good feel.

anyone else agree?

M14sRock 07-01-2010 11:32 PM

I have a Bersa .380 that I picked up dirt cheap. It is the last remaining .380 at Chez Rock.

Excellent product, especially for the price.

Leg_McMuffin 07-01-2010 11:35 PM

for sure. they also just came out with a double stacked version. pretty sure it holds 15...but i could be wrong. maybe its 12...either way, its pretty sweet!

which version did you get? i got the thunder .380 sa

M14sRock 07-01-2010 11:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Leg_McMuffin (Post 308956)
for sure. they also just came out with a double stacked version. pretty sure it holds 15...but i could be wrong. maybe its 12...either way, its pretty sweet!

which version did you get? i got the thunder .380 sa

I think they had a 13 rd version back in the late 80's early 90's, but can't remember fo sho.

I would need to check the model on mine. It is a 7rd .380. A friend had two and only needed one. I think I got it for $75 or $100, unfired. Bought several spare mags. Picked up 10 cases of .380 FMJ for $5 per 50 at a local gunshow about a year before it became unobtanium, so I have a lifetime supply.

Leg_McMuffin 07-01-2010 11:46 PM

you got it for 100 dollars?!
wow dude, im seriously jealous.

where do you live that it is unobtainable?

M14sRock 07-02-2010 12:10 AM

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Originally Posted by Leg_McMuffin (Post 308961)
you got it for 100 dollars?!
wow dude, im seriously jealous.

where do you live that it is unobtainable?

I think it was less than $100.

I'm in SoCal.

.380 ammo went from "Every store is filthy with it", to "Where can I find some .380 ammo?" in a matter of months a couple of years ago. I saw it selling for $65 per 50 for a while because it was so hard to get. I even had to send a few boxes to my buddy in Durango Colorado when he got his LCP, because it had become "unobtanium". It is avail again now.

WormDirt 07-02-2010 12:12 AM

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Originally Posted by M14sRock (Post 308958)
I think they had a 13 rd version back in the late 80's early 90's, but can't remember fo sho.

I would need to check the model on mine. It is a 7rd .380. A friend had two and only needed one. I think I got it for $75 or $100, unfired. Bought several spare mags. Picked up 10 cases of .380 FMJ for $5 per 50 at a local gunshow about a year before it became unobtanium, so I have a lifetime supply.

500 rounds is a lifetime supply? :confused:

KalashnikovJosh 07-02-2010 12:46 AM

Had the Bersa Thunder .380 duo-tone.I Enjoyed it very much.Good gun at a good price,always a winner in my book!

JonM 07-02-2010 01:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Leg_McMuffin (Post 308956)
for sure. they also just came out with a double stacked version. pretty sure it holds 15...but i could be wrong. maybe its 12...either way, its pretty sweet!

which version did you get? i got the thunder .380 sa

its the thunder plus and holds 15 +1 in the pipe. i have two thunder plus and the regular thunder 380 7 rounder. excellent little handguns. i reallllly like the 15 rounders. very accurate.

KalashnikovJosh 07-02-2010 01:42 AM

Just looking at that Thunder .380 plus.

Thunder 380 Plus

Makes me think of my CZ82.And I love my CZ82.


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