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Old 04-10-2008, 09:57 PM   #11
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Bought the doutone at Cabelas last week for 209.99. 300 rounds perfect so far. What a gun for the price. Accurate out of the box. Sweet gun. My wife wants to try the new 380 concealed carry as her ccw. Little smaller and a 8 shot clip.
Now thats a good deal right there.
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A internet buddy has two of these Bersa's and swears by them.I've never owned or ever handled one.A dealer back home told me he's sold hundreds of them.He has a hard time getting them and keeping them in stock.Sounds like they are a bargain at twice the price.I'm not much on the 380 so have never bought one.

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Bought the doutone at Cabelas last week for 209.99. 300 rounds perfect so far. What a gun for the price. Accurate out of the box. Sweet gun. My wife wants to try the new 380 concealed carry as her ccw. Little smaller and a 8 shot clip.
That is the one I have. Great little gun so far. I have only put about 200 rounds through it. But it eats everything I have fed it. Not a single problem yet.
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Old 03-04-2010, 09:28 PM   #15
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A great inexpensive 380. I love my duo and have had no problems with it. It's a little bigger than the current crop of mini 380 but at least you can put all your fingers around it. Good luck with yours.

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My sister got this gun as her first gun.We both are unexperienced with autos,and she even let go of one hand a few times,very limp wristing,but with the 40 rounds or so we shot,it never jammed.It's been over a year since she got it and I believe she has not shot it any more than the 40 rounds we initially put through it,but i'm sure the mag I loaded back then is still loaded so the spring should be broken in.I need to get her to practice with it.

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I had a Bersa Thunder Plus 380 (15+1 cap. / double stack mags) and I loved it... I regret so much after sold it.
Shot even AAA batteries... no jams, no FTF, no FTE, not failures at all... even being a double stack grip, fits my hand very well... I miss it a lot

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I'm happy to hear all this positive feedback about the .380 Bersa. This, I believe, is going to be my next purchase.

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Just bought a Bersa Thunder .380 for my wife today. Seems to be a pretty well made little pistol. Will try her out soon..

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I picked up the Bersa Thunder PLUS, duotone on an online auction last week for a price I could not pass up. I am very pleased to read so much positive about them and hope mine will be as efficient, when/if I ever get throught the FFP paperwork and actually get to shoot it.

Now if I can just find some 380 ammo that is not an arm and leg...

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