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Old 05-07-2012, 07:39 PM   #11
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I liked the BT i had, and i hope to purchase another in the near future. This time i want the double stack magazine.

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Old 05-08-2012, 03:33 AM   #12
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All the Bersa pistols I've shot have been flawless, they are very well made considering their price. A friend had a Bersa Thunder 40 and the only time he had a problem is when he limp wristed it. I would not hesitate to own one of any caliber.

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Mine is flawless as well. One of the best gun values I have ever bought. Once, at my local range, I was able to put 2 out of 5 shots in the bullseye of an NRA slow fire pistol target at 25 yards. The rest were in the black; I haven't been able to do it again though. Darn accurate gun for being so small.

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+1 for the Bersa .380 CC. Never had a problem at all, and amazingly accurate after I learned to hold the little thing. And yes, sights are all but non existent on the CC.

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My wife has a Bersa Thunderbolt 380. It is a good firearm. It performs well. Out of all the ones she tried she liked the way it felt the best, even better to her then a Walter. She is happy with it.

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And also if anyone knows anything about the Browning BDA. 380.
The Browning is a clone of the Beretta 84 both larger 380's. Both great pistols if you don't mine 380 in a 9mm compact pistol size.



I have 2 Bersa's, a Thunder 380 duo and a Firestorm 22. Both totally reliable. The Firestorm allows me to shoot a lot cheaper than the 380 in the same size gun.
The best feature for me is it is a DA/SA pistol. Rare for a compact 380 these days.
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I have the thunder uc 9mm I love it fits your hand like a glove looks good and shoots straight and I haven't has a problem yet its actually pretty powerful for a sub compact I think and its so east to taker down and clean less than 30 seconds to field strip it

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I have a thunder .380. I carry it a lot in the summer bc it is so small and easy to counsel. I don't have any compact guns. I am thanking about an m&p shield or something like it. Nothing against the thunder but I'm just not comfortable with the .380 round.

As far as the guns function I have shot it a lot. And I can say after having it for 5 years I have literally never had one single problem with it. It is very accurate for a .380.

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Hear is a pick of mine.

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Hear is a pick of mine.
I have the exact same gun. Great feel in my hands, accurate and have had no issues for over 400 rounds.
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