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I was on Bersa’s website and found a picture of a naked Bersa Thunder which is the frame before all the parts that make it a real gun are added. Sure glad it is made of machined lightweight alloy and not made of some High Impact Polymer.
Anyone know how long a Polymer gun frame will last under high volume range time, my BT 380 (made with lightweight alloy) has fired over 11K bullets and still going strong. I have my eye set on getting a Bersa BP9cc which does have a Polymer Frame but maybe I should get a Thunder 9UC pro instead. Not sure what to do right now.

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I can't speak for Bersa's polymer framed guns but most Poly guns have steel inserts that provide the rails for the slide to move on. I wouldn't see any reputable manufacturer allowing the slide to ride on polymer rails.
 

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Shouldn't there be an Adult Content warning with this thread?

Thanks, that's an interesting picture.
You are right qwiksdraw and I would have posted a warning however I am a very bad speller so I would have had to use a dictionary (which I don’t have handy) to spell Adult Content warning. Thankfully I was able to cut and paste Adult Content warning from your post to include in my post.

I hope everyone got what they wanted for Christmas. I was hoping for a BP9cc for Christmas but Santa missed my house.

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I can't speak for Bersa's polymer framed guns but most Poly guns have steel inserts that provide the rails for the slide to move on. I wouldn't see any reputable manufacturer allowing the slide to ride on polymer rails.
That is a very good point. I will check Bersa web site and see if there have any information on it.

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