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I want to talk to someone else who owns a Thunder .45 UC Pro, possibly even a Thunder UC 9/ .40 as well. The issue I am seeing is that when the pistol is loaded, the chamber full indicator covers the bottom approximately 1/16 to 1/8 of the front site. Don't get me wrong, I absolutely LOVE the gun; great size, accuracy, and feel. I just want to know if others have noticed this "quirk". Thanks, ahead of time. Thunder UC 9 & .40 owners please comment too! I am adding a picture so you can see how it has to be above a "perfect" alignment to see the entire front site. Sorry for the quality, my DSLR kept the focus ont he rear sights so I had to use my damn iPhone! IMG_0361.JPG


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First off, not to put off your question, I'd like to extend a welcome to the forum from the SE coastal plains of Texas and thank you for your service. To be honest, I don't have the 45 version but, I don't remember ever noticing the round indicator while using either of my 9UCs. Since I'm doing a reaclaimination to the BT380 I had to drag one of them out to see what your are seeing. Even being conscious of your question, with primary focus on the front site, I had trouble seeing the round indicator and had to take my eye off the front sight to see it.
 

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I want to talk to someone else who owns a Thunder .45 UC Pro, possibly even a Thunder UC 9/ .40 as well. The issue I am seeing is that when the pistol is loaded, the chamber full indicator covers the bottom approximately 1/16 to 1/8 of the front site. Don't get me wrong, I absolutely LOVE the gun; great size, accuracy, and feel. I just want to know if others have noticed this "quirk". Thanks, ahead of time. Thunder UC 9 & .40 owners please comment too! I am adding a picture so you can see how it has to be above a "perfect" alignment to see the entire front site. Sorry for the quality, my DSLR kept the focus ont he rear sights so I had to use my damn iPhone! View attachment 585

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Welcome to the Bersa Pistol Forum bwisor, and a Howdy from the Lone Star State.
Unfortunately the only pistol I have that is new enough to have a round in the chamber indicator is my Bersa 380cc, and the indicator is on the left side on the slide. From the picture you posted it looks like it can be a real distraction while aiming. You would think someone would have contact Bersa about this.

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