Thanks for that grip information. I have the regular BT380 and the grip size seems O.K. for me although plastic really isn't my "thing". Maybe after I shoot it some more I'll want to customize it. Mine too, is the regular black one, but none of the Bersa offered grips seem to pique my "want factor"......well maybe the smooth Walnut ones (#PGS16610). I understand that all of the grips add some girth to the grip width. At least with a solid piece of wood, I could sand a little off and not ruin their appearance. I really like this little gun and it may be around for a long time, so spending a few dollars won't be a problem. But first, I need a spare magazine or two. I like to have at least three magzines for my semi-autos because the magazines are generally the weak link.
I've pretty much decided that I have all of my gun niches filled, but between here and the other forums, I read such great things about the BT22 that I'm starting to get that itch. I've only held off scratching it because they seem to be picky about ammo and the selection of .22 lr is not too good right now. I'm a patient guy, so maybe next year. (It took two years to acquire my Taurus PT-908.) I have a .22 Walther PPK clone like this: Erma Excam RX22 : Semi Auto Pistols at GunBroker.com
(not quite as pretty, wood grips, no box, no manual), so a BT22 would be a replacement upgrade within that same niche'.