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New Bersa owner from just outside our benighted state capital city.

My main area of gun interest is C&R pistols in 7.65mm (.32ACP). But I deviated a bit when I just purchased a Bersa Lusber 84, not C&R but still quite a curiosity. It meets my 7.65mm caliber interest, and the fact there is such a relative lack of information on it in the googleverse tweaked my interest enough to buy it.

I'm looking forward to lurking a learning something about my pistol, and to be on the lookout for the other two .32 models, the 844 and Thunder 32.

Here is my 84:
 

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Howdy and a big welcome to Bersa Pistol Forum, glad to have you on board from the Lone Star State.
Those are some great looking Bersa's you have there. The only pistol in 7.65mm I have is the Bersa 32 and it is a great little gun. I do enjoy shooting it but still having trouble cleaning the mags, they are the ones with the slots or holes all the way to the side so it is hard to compress the mag spring to safely remove the extended finger plate ( not sure if that is the correct name). Anyway it is a great firing pistol.

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Again Welcome on board GonzoGeeger.
 

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Bersa arrived. Disassembly procedure is unique in my experience. Seems apparent the prior owner was not aware of the disassembly procedure because the inside was quite gummy, but it cleaned up real nice. Straight blowback design, fixed barrel, with recoil spring below the barrel. Trigger block safety.

Beautiful condition overall. Anyone with experience with older Beretta pistols will have a deja vu looking at the trigger. Range trip next week.
 
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