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Bersa BP9MCC BP9 Concealed Carry 8+1 9mm 3.3"

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Model: BP9MCC
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 59360
UPC: 091664910903
MFG: Bersa

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The BPCC is BERSA’s first polymer frame handgun, with more advanced features, specially designed for concealed-carry personal protection. The BPCC provides accuracy and fire power in a lightweight, compact, ultra thin handgun. Using advanced manufacturing processes and finest quality materials, the BPCC reflects BERSA's commitment to value and performance. The BPCC’s ergonomic design improves line-of-sight and provides greater control during use. The BPCC delivers the quality, reliability and durability you’ve come to expect from BERSA and underscores our commitment to innovation and cutting edge technology.

Frame               :High Impact Polymer
Slide               :Steel
Front Sight         :Interchangeable Sig Sauer #8
Rear Sight          :Interchangeable Glock Rear Sight
Serrations          :Rear
Grip                :Integral to frame
Finish Grim Reaper
Type Pistol
Action Safe Action
Caliber 357 MAG / 9mm
Barrel Length 6 1/2"
Capacity 36 rd
Safety Ambidextrous manual lever
Grips Blue Polymer
Sights Fiber Optic Front, White Dot Rear
Weight 21.5 oz
Finish Black
Type Semi-Automatic
Action Striker Fire Action
Caliber 9mm
Barrel Length 3.3"
Capacity 8 + 1
Safety Integral Locking System
Grips Black
Sights Not Listed
Weight 21.5 oz
Finish Tenifer
Type AR Pistol
Action Gas Operation
Caliber 243 Winchester
Barrel Length 6 1/2"
Capacity 5 1/6 1
Safety Beavertail and Thumb
Grips Black/OD Green
Sights Blade Front
Weight 21.5 oz
Finish Black/Tan
Type Single Shot
Action Single/Double
Caliber 22 Long Rifle
Barrel Length 4.7"
Capacity 18 + 1
Safety Ambidextrous
Grips Gray Polymer
Sights Adjustable
Weight 21.5 oz

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13 Reviews. Average Rating: 4.8 of 5 Stars! [4.8 of 5 Stars!]
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Reviewed By: Scott V on 01/05/2016 Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]
When it fires, it's very accurate and hold strong in my hand well. I found it not to always fire and load the shots from the mag. Magazine sometimes just drops upon fire even after double checking it was firmly placed. I would hold my finger under the magazine to keep a good grip to make sure it wouldn't slip, but when it wanted to slip out it would upon firing, and sometimes would not load the next round. So when it fires right, it's very accurate, but for me, magazines dropping is not a reliable weapon I would want to have I were in a bad spot.

I actually bought it for my girlfriend, but she was having limp wrist issues and the rounds were not loading or stove piping. She is strong enough to handle other 9mm's but this one she had issues. Only reason I give a 2 star is accuracy, but this should be a 1star for reliability.

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Reviewed By: JW W on 10/15/2015 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Bud`s does a great job, this pistol is truly an outstanding piece of equipment, I read the reviews and thought it sounds good. When I got it, I cleaned it thoroughly took it out and shot a couple hundred rounds thru it, and now have a new carry piece it is an amazing pistol. It`s thin and that was a bit of a concern but I do not have big hands so it fits my hands very well. Recoil is very controllable, conceals very well IWB,
accuracy is amazing for such a short barrel. Trigger feels gritty when dry firing but not when at the range
of course it is not a target pistol so in self defense scenario`s your not really doing slow fire target shooting, nice reset, trigger is a little wider than normal and fairly light. The only complaint I have is with the slide closed and a fully loaded mag it is an absolute bear to release the mag, pull the slide back and lock it the pressure comes off the mag and it releases fine, thinking with time that will ease up. I can see a lot of rounds going thru this pistol, tomorrow.

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Reviewed By: Edward B on 10/03/2015 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I went into this purchase hoping for the best. I have always thought the Bersa BP9CC was a sharp looking pistol, lacking the modular appearance of several other guns of this class that offer 6,7 or 8 round magazines (sorry, but it reminds me of Legos). I did have concerns about the mismatched sights, the trigger (which seemed very creepy when I would handle the BP9CC at a shop or gun show) and the fact that it was a Bersa and not a Glock, Ruger or S&W. But the reviews I've seen on the pistol always seemed to be positive and when compared side-by-side with other competing pistols, the BP9Cc always felt much better in my hand. So I decided to give it a shot (no pun intended). I'm very glad that I did. The seemingly odd Glock/Sig sight combination works brilliantly when actually shooting and creepy trigger has smoothed out dramatically, leaving a very light, crisp trigger with an amazing reset. When I picked it up from my FFL, I fired a single 8-round magazine to test function and managed a single hole about 1.5 inched across at 7 yards. This has proved to be pretty typical of the gun's accuracy. The only downside to this pistol is that, being a Bersa, its resale value is probably a lot lower than guns from one of the "major" manufacturers. Which is really NOT a problem, since the Bersa BP9CC a great pistol and I have no plans to sell it. Ever.

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Reviewed By: Michael G on 06/01/2015 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Best trigger I ever had right out of the box. Love this gun. this is a real good shooter no misses great sights.

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Reviewed By: Vance C on 04/12/2015 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Great gun for the money! the only problem FTF has when my wife shot the gun, She was shooting limp wrist and the gun did not like that...... We fixed how her stance and hold and the failures went away...... I knew it was something she was doing because I had shot 250 rounds with no failures and she was having one failure per mag. Now she loves the gun........... it has a great trigger, might be just a little too light.

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