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Bersa T380MC Thunder 380 Combat 8+1 380ACP 3.5"

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Model: T380MC
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 78870
UPC: 091664903677
MFG: Bersa

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A modern take on a Bersa classic design, the Thunder 380 Combat brings a new look to the Bersa lineup. Combining outstanding features from existing models along with new ideas, The Thunder 380 Combat brings you the ultimate 380 carry pistol.

Enhancements include a redesigned slide, providing for a lower profile, a more rounded trigger guard and smaller beaver tail for ease of carrying, drawing, and holstering, larger slide serrations and combat sights for a more rugged look, as well as ergonomically designed olive rubber wrap around grips with finger grooves.

All of this brings Bersa enthusiasts, as well as new shooters, a brand new take on one of the most popular .380 pistols in recent memory!

Frame               :Alloy
Slide               :Steel
Front Sight         :Dovetailed
Rear Sight          :Notched Bar Dovetailed, Adjustable
Grip                :Olive Rubber, Wrap Around

Finish Silver
Type Pistol
Action Single/Double
Caliber 38 Super Automatic
Barrel Length 3.78"
Capacity 10 + 1
Safety Beavertail Grip Only
Grips Black
Sights 3-Dot
Weight 20 oz
Finish Red
Type Revolver
Action Gas Operation
Caliber 357 Sig
Barrel Length 3.77"
Capacity 50 + 1
Safety External Safety
Grips Green
Sights Contrast Sights
Weight 20 oz
Finish Black
Type Semi-Automatic
Action Single/Double
Caliber 380 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP)
Barrel Length 3.5"
Capacity 8 + 1
Safety Integral Locking System
Grips Olive Drab
Sights Adjustable
Weight 20 oz
Finish Rainbow
Type Pistol
Action Blowback Operation
Caliber 7.62 mm X 39 mm
Barrel Length 2.19"
Capacity Not Listed
Safety Ambidextrous Manual, Firing Pin block
Grips Spartan Helmet
Sights VTAC Warrior
Weight 20 oz

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7 Reviews. Average Rating: 4.1 of 5 Stars! [4.1 of 5 Stars!]
5 stars:
58% (4 of 7)
4 stars:
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14% (1 of 7)
Reviewed By: Miguel A on 11/20/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
This is my second .380 Bersa and is a great gun for concealed carry. I never had a malfuction. Bud Gun Shops shipping was super fast and the transaction was flawless. Great seller. A+++++

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Reviewed By: jonathan h on 07/27/2014 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
I purchased the Bersa Thunder380 Combat right around the new year and so have gotten to putting about ~500 or so rounds for it. Inbetween working full time and school I try to get to the range when I can.
So here's my review so far.

Out of the box the gun feels great in the hands. Now, a little background about me. My hands have a hard time fitting most guns. I have long fingers which makes it easier to hit all safeties, slide locks, and, magazine release. The down side is i have small palms so gripping guns can be a problem.
The Bersa Combat being a single stack and compact is very easy to grip and control. The gun comes with a green, two finger groove, rubber grip that to me really doesn't make too much of a difference. I say this because even with the two finger groove and the magazine in I can barely manage to get about a quarter of my pinky on the gun.
The construction of the gun is very tight with no noticeable loose parts until i took it to the range one day and put about two hundred rounds through and noticed I could not get a consistent shot pattern down. The reason I soon noticed was that the front sight had become loose and was sliding back and forth. The front sight is not pinned in by any means and from what I guess Bersa must use some type of adhesive to adhere it to the gun. My case could be a rarity. I simply used some red loctite and haven't had a problem since.

Trigger, Recoil, and Accuracy
The double action pull is pretty consistent though out the pull, with just a tab of stacking at the end and then followed by a crisp break. The single action has a tiny bit of take up and breaks just as crisp as the any other single action. The bottom line is the DA/SA on nothing to write home about, nothing really good or really bad about both of them.
Recoil is easily manageable with this gun. The .380 round doesn't have much of a kick to it and then add a dovetail, all metal frame and slide and it feels like nothing.
The accuracy on this gun is as expected. The fixed barrel and metal frame and slide make it one pinpoint tool. At ten yards most people should be able to punch out the center of a target with this gun. I like to think this gun is more accurate than me.
Bottom Line
I've only had two failure to fires so far and it has ate just about any brand of ammo I have feed it.
I have carried the gun numerous times in both a pocket holster and IWB holster. For being all metal, I really didn't notice the gun all that much and at times it almost felt like it wasn't there.
If there was a bigger aftermarket for sights with the Bersa lineup this gun could be a good choice for cc. While it is slim, easy to control, and accurate, I still feel more confident carrying my glock.

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Reviewed By: Walter D on 05/06/2014 Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
I always field strip and clean all new weapons. The fit and finish was poor in fact so poor that removal of the slide was almost impossible. If that wasn't bad enough trying to reassemble was even worse. Quality control really dropped the ball on this one. Groves in the slide were not aligned with rails on the body. Re-assembly took about 15 minutes and to make matters worse the rear sight came loose. I didn't even want to take it to the range.

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Reviewed By: KEITH M on 02/05/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Buds has done it again. The Bersa 380 is a great gun to shoot. Don't be fooled by the size. This little puppy has a big bark at a great price.

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Reviewed By: Stephen C on 05/17/2013 Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
This is a great little pistol, especially for the money. It is well made and functioned perfectly with the two types of ammo I was finally able to purchase, Remington UMC 95gr MC and TulAmmo 91gr FMJ. At 15 feet my off hand groups with the UMC ammo averaged 1.5", but the TulAmmo was very erratic and yielded an average group size of 4".

The pistol points very naturally, and the sights, with the white outlined wide notch rear and white dot front, are easy to acquire and align on target. The pistol fits my hand nicely and I love the rubber grip with finger grooves. As Chris F pointed out, Bud's photo is not representative of the actual pistol in that it does not show the correct grip.

The double action trigger has a very long travel and I found I was much more accurate if I used a two stage trigger pull, i.e., take up most of the slack, realign my sights, then fire the weapon. The single action trigger pull, while not target quality, I found to be short & crisp.

My three dings, which result in my 4 star rating are: (1) I found the larger slide serrations Bersa used on this firearm uncomfortable when racking back the slide; (2) I would have preferred having the pinky extension instead of the flat based magazine (again, Bud's photo is not representative of the actual pistol); and (3) I found the safety difficult to move from safe to fire without shifting my grip on the weapon.

Nevertheless, I really like this pistol and would strongly recommend it to anyone looking for something in this class of firearm

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