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Bought the two-tone 15 round Bersa Thunder and the stainless 7 round Walther PPKS at the same time. Yep, Walther was TWICE the price at the time (12/07). Thankfully, I had the foresight to buy an additional 15 ROUND mag quickly for the Bersa, mags are plentiful for Walthers, NOT the Bersa 15 round 380 !!!!!!!!
That said: the Bersa needs no Hogue grip, Walther HECK YES. The Bersa feels better, more comfortable in the hand! But the Walther feels more solid and rugged, in other words, I CARRY the Walther as my primary or back-up regardless of weather or firearm storage location.
If it Helps, my SIg Sauer P232 beats both, not carrying a $700 380 daily though LAUGH!!