The picture of the Bersa Thunder 9 UC Pro that I posted in my introduction thread is a 2012 manufactured reverse duo tone. During the 2013 NRA Convention in Houston, I stopped by the Bersa booth. As I was admiring the display pistols, I noticed another reverse duo tone BT9UCP and asked the guy how common those were. He went on to tell me that they only make very few of those per caliber. Just how rare are they? I don't see them hardly anywhere other than the .380s. I picked hers up at Academy Sports in 2012. She liked it for the looks and because it fit her hand and she could manipulate the controls with ease. It is a real sweet shooter and is extremely easy to put a single jagged hole in the 10 ring at 21 feet. This was the only Bersa they had in the display and it was the display model. I happily forked over the $400. Did I stumble on a rare find for a good price or are they more common than the Bersa rep led me to believe?