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I have the Thunder 380 and BP9cc. They are great shooting guns. The BP9 , with it's three dot sights gives me a perfect target picture. My first purchase was the Thunder .380. I can't say enough about it. Perfect for concealed carry and so is my BP9. The Bersa BP9cc is not even broken in yet, about 250 rounds have gone thru it, without any problems what so ever.
When I was still active duty, I carried the Beretta 9mm. Wish we had the Bersa, it's that good. Thanks...
 

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Welcome on board from the Lone Star State.
Glad to hear that you like the Bersa BP9cc since I have been hearing a lot of good things about it and I am planning to get one soon. So far I have the Bersa Thunder 22, BT380cc and the BT380. I also had the BT32 however the wife said a while ago that the BT32 is still hers.
Do you CC??
 

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I know I am preaching to the choir so bear with me. If the right to possess and bear arms is a United States government granted constitutional right when you are born then that right is granted to all citizens of every state. With a multitude of more restrictive laws in individual states a citizen is a felon in one state and an honest citizen in another. The right to vote is a very important “control”and state and federal government have used this as their control since the beginning and resulted in the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
 

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I know I am preaching to the choir so bear with me. If the right to possess and bear arms is a United States government granted constitutional right when you are born then that right is granted to all citizens of every state. With a multitude of more restrictive laws in individual states a citizen is a felon in one state and an honest citizen in another. The right to vote is a very important “control”and state and federal government have used this as their control since the beginning and resulted in the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Is there a question in there somewhere?
 

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... If the right to possess and bear arms is a United States government granted constitutional right when you are born then that right is granted to all citizens of every state. ...
Let's fine tune this a bit.

The Constitution and the Bill of Rights simply identify those rights endowed by our Creator to all people and the purpose of these documents is to limit the control of the Government to in any way infringe on those rights. The Government doesn't give these rights, we already have them and as such the role of the government is to protect them, not grant or limit them.
 
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