Bersa Firearms Thread

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by SHOOTER13, Dec 29, 2012.

  1. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Lifetime Supporter

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    My Thunder 45 is a full size short recoil semi-automatic pistol manufactured by Bersa at the Ramos Mejia production plant in Argentina.


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    The slide and barrel are high strength steel and the frame is aluminum alloy. Available finishes are black matte, nickel, and a two-tone with a nickel finished slide and satin black frame. All the available finishing styles are non-reflective. The trigger is double-action for the first shot, single-action thereafter. The magazine is double stack and the slide remains open after the last round is fired. The magazine release button can be reversed for left-handed shooters and it has a "round in the chamber" indicator.
     
  2. 1fowlhunter

    1fowlhunter New Member

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    383A .380

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  3. OLDBRASS

    OLDBRASS New Member

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    my .380 Bersa "little Joe"
     

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  4. turkeyoak

    turkeyoak New Member

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    This is my next pistol, then a 1911.
    I like .380s for some reason. I would have had one by now but I've been looking for the 13 round, not 7 rounder.
     
  5. OLDBRASS

    OLDBRASS New Member

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    Its my carry piece, I like it light. I didn`t know they made a 13 rounder.
     
  6. squirrelhunter

    squirrelhunter Active Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Here's my Bersa Thunder 380.[​IMG]
     
  7. turkeyoak

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    cicpup New Member

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    The twins.
     

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  9. weblance

    weblance New Member

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    I have 2 Bersa Thunders...both excellent. I just realized I dont have a pic of the 380... Its matte black, and I have 9 round magazines for it, and a Crimson Trace Laser Grip. Its been flawless thru hundreds of rounds. Here IS a pic of my Thunder 22. Great gun.

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  10. OLDBRASS

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    thanx for the link, I`d definately consider another Bersa. Mines worked flawlessly for 10 years.