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Old 01-25-2013, 09:34 PM   #11
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http://www.bersa.com/

There is a link to the catalog with detailed specs on the left side of this window, bout halfway down.

Edit* My bad, that catalog doesn't have the firestorm models. You can link to a brief description and available parts at the bottom of that main page.


Genitron description: http://www.genitron.com/Handgun/Firestorm/Pistol/Mini-Firestorm-9/9-mm/Variant-2


It looks like a twin to my Bersa Thunder Pro 9 Ultra Compact; i don't currently carry (other than MS car carry) but this will be my carry piece when i get around to getting a permit.
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I've read all the specs. I love my 1911 but can't carry it unless its cold outside

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I have the Bersa Firestorm and love it. To heavy to carry, but great glove box gun. I have a laser on mine. Paid about $375.00 many years ago.
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Too heavy to carry? I didn't think 6 oz would be that much more....

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I have a bersa thunder 380 and a bersa uc 45 pro. You can NEVER go wrong with a bersa...never.

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I have a bersa thunder 380 and a bersa uc 45 pro. You can NEVER go wrong with a bersa...never.
For carry?
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For carry?
Bersa makes a great gun. And, yes, it's a very good carry gun. The thunder 380 is very easy to shoot and conceal. Someone may say, it's just a PPK knockoff, just get a PPK. It is a PPK knockoff, but its about $300 less expensive, and just as good. If you can shoot one, give it a try and good luck.
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I want the UC pro or mini firestorm. Are those good for carry?

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I have a bersa mini firestorm in 40 . Is the best! It fits like a glove in your hand and its acurate!
The only bad thing.....cant find magazines

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I have a bersa mini firestorm in 40 . Is the best! It fits like a glove in your hand and its acurate!
The only bad thing.....cant find magazines
You're going to be happy with either gun. It's going to depend on what caiber you decide to go with. I think that will be a function of how many rounds you want in a carry gun. All I have is 7 rounds in both my Bersas and that's okay with me.
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