Sounds like another happy camper. For the money they are a great gun.My wife has a Thunder .380, great little gun, but as GBUSMECH said, lacking in knockdown power. Besides, that's hers. I bought a 9 UC Pro, that is my EDC. Great gun. I wouldn't call it Ultra Compact, but it is concealable enough. I like the SA/DA action, and am looking at the 45 UC Pro.
Sweet, congrats on the purchase and welcome to the site!I just joined your wonderful forum after reading several threads, very good info. I myself Im a winchester collector, just bought #107 all LA 94 and 9422. Decided to buy something to protect all of them and family so looked around and chose a Bersa gold trimmed 380 at cabelas for 309.00. Worth every dime, cleaned it took it to the range, minus the winchesteres. Not one problem, and talk about fun to shoot, and got the accuracy down. I flat love this gun. I had a heart transplant 17 years ago and can't take to much recoil, this gun was perfect, and God bless the SOB who comes looking for my winchesteres. This will be a little easier to pull than a 94. Well God bless all you out there and don't forget to vote. Look forward to new friendships. Thanks (chgofhart).
How about some pictures of your gun modification? Sounds interesting.Hello. I just bought a two tone Bersa Thunder Pro Ultra carry 45. I am a big man and heard that hammer bight might be an issue. It is and I have a fix. I bought Grip Force Adapters designed for the Glock(their purpose was to put a beaver tail on a Glock pistol using existing pins to attach). Ironically with just some very minor filing of the top of the beaver tail(just enough so the hammer clears when pulled back) you can permanently mount this unit to your Bersa using Gorilla Glue brand Super Glue. I have mine already attached and it fits perfectly! If you add a simple Hogue slip on rubber grip the unit will look factory installed. Hammer bite becomes impossible and the existing grip is barely widened. I'm pretty proud of the gun and my set up. Thanks for the great forum.