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Old 12-11-2012, 12:50 AM   #11
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Thanks for the input, I have owned a couple of the 380 Thunders and they are a damn good little gun as well as the kel-tec's, I have no complaints about either one. But this new BP9 was a darn good feeling handgun, I have got a feeling that this years christmas bonus will be spent on a Bersa!!!!
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Old 12-12-2012, 06:39 PM   #12
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. I like bersa and a one of my girls has a bersa 380CC, What I do see wrong with the bp9 is it weights more than a glock 19 has a shorter barrel at only 3.3" and is taller and longer, just a bit thinner and that takes it out of the running for CC for me. I like the KT p11 for a small 9mm and the the kahr cw9for a basic compact all around pistol and it has a longer barrel, is ligher and thinner and easy to shoot also. I would buy a 3rd gen glock or a tp9 befor the bersa bp9. .
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Originally Posted by hardluk1 View Post
Those guys are just gun snobs. A person could do way worse than a KT p11 for a defencive pistol than a 14oz pistol with 10 rounds in it and a older s&w model 59 mag as back up. Thats 15 more rounds. Funny how foolish some peoples views are.

I bought a KT P11 when they first hit the market and the BU Smith Mag to go with it. Phenomenal value and capacity for a then "soldiers salary" with a young Familly.

Only complaint about KT is there triggers. I've since graduated to more refined toys but KT and Bersa are both reputable builders will good value in there products.

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Old 12-15-2012, 03:08 AM   #14
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I've owned a BP9CC for about 6 months. Bought it from Bud's on line
for 330.00. Great pistol! I call it my "mini glock" Reliable, pretty accurate
at 20 yards, nice trigger, short reset travel easy to tear down and best
of all, easy to conceal.
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