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||Posted - 04/12/2012 : 13:28:25
Any news goood or bad about the bersa thunder compact nicely chambered in 45 ACP.....? feedback would be great.. thanks ..
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||Posted - 04/14/2012 : 22:51:26
The new Thunder 45Pro models have polyganol rifled barrels, loaded chamber indicators, and light rail. My Bersa 45s are pre-Pro and a transitional model that has all the features of the Pro series, but is just not stamped "Pro".
My transitional model will shoot right along with my Glock 30SF....very accurate and very soft shooting. I paid almost a $100 less for mine a few years ago than the current prices of Bersas. There was a substantial price increase at the beginning of 2012 which priced them almost up there with higher quality pistols. They were real values at $325...not so much at $425.
Pre-Pro Transition Model 45
Pre-Pro Thunder 45
45 and 9UC which I carry a lot. 100% reliable and trust implicitly.
||Posted - 04/14/2012 : 17:18:19
Hello Doc357! This is fcolins357!
Yes, I had a Bersa Thunder, and I thought it was a great little shooter! I would have kept her but my finger didn't quite reach the trigger properly when in double-action mode. In single-action no prob at all! But because I wanted a CCW .45 acp and the safety issue of carrying with a round in the chamber. I felt more comfortable carrying the Bersa in double action mode. Making the first shot a real issue for me! So, I've since changed to a more traditional 1911 style. I hope you find this helpful!
||Posted - 04/14/2012 : 08:29:59
I had one a few years ago, and like a DUMMY, I traded it off. It ate every single round I fed it and liked it!