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Bersa THUN380MLT Thunder 380 Series 7+1 380ACP 3.5"
[THUN380MLT]
$279.00
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by Joe S Wednesday 25 November, 2015
I really like this Bersa .380. I've always bought Smith & Wesson, but this is a great buy. Very accurate, I think due to the fixed barrel. I would recommend this for anyone. Low recoil, no jamming after over 300 fires.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by wilbert s Thursday 15 October, 2015
Bought this back in Aug of 2015, thanks again BUDS. The finish could be better. I'm not sure why they made the grips thick (1.25 wide overall) . On arrival, It was rather dirty/oily and needed a through cleaning before shooting of course. That being said, I really like the SA/DA action of this gun and it has a nice weighty feel. My wife likes shooting it as well. Break-down is a snap and the de-cocker is an additional plus. 300 MAGTECH FMJ Rounds & 100 HPR JHP rounds later and only 1 FTL (3rd mag load). Shooting 3" groups @ 7 yds consistantly & that's good for me. I give it an A for price, an A for performance, a B for finish and a C for width. And EXCELLENT VALUE for the money. If they made the same gun in a 9mm I'd have one of those too.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by wilbert s Thursday 15 October, 2015
Bought this back in Aug of 2015, thanks again BUDS. The finish could be better. I'm not sure why they made the grips thick (1.25 wide overall) . On arrival, It was rather dirty/oily and needed a through cleaning before shooting of course. That being said, I really like the SA/DA action of this gun and it has a nice weighty feel. My wife likes shooting it as well. Break-down is a snap and the de-cocker is an additional plus. 300 MAGTECH FMJ Rounds & 100 HPR JHP rounds later and only 1 FTL (3rd mag load). Shooting 3" groups @ 7 yds consistantly & that's good for me. I give it an A for price, an A for performance, a B for finish and a C for width. And EXCELLENT VALUE for the money. If they made the same gun in a 9mm I'd have one of those too.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Cody S Thursday 03 September, 2015
A Decent Balance Between Affordability, Portability and Firepower This gun arrived on time and as advertised from Bud's. It needed a good cleaning. After that, I recommend some snap caps (or not; I don't think dry firing will hurt it) and about 3-400 dry fires, to help the action. In the first 200 rounds, there might have been a FTE, but I honestly do not remember one. The sights initially fired low left for me, but as I am no pro and have never taken range lessons, I kept working the action with dry firing before attempting any sight changes. This paid off, as yesterday I went to the range with it and fired around 50 rounds, just as a check. 14 aimed shots in a 4" group, another 7 in a 4" group, and a series of rapidly fired "disarming" (gun-side shoulder) shots, to see what speed did to my pattern consistency. It went very well. All of which is to say, if you give this gun some leeway when you first get it, it will improve, and reliability is excellent from the beginning. For the price paid, I am very impressed. For a CCW, it is at least a good choice. Firepower is the clear weakness for the Thunder, but it prints very little through normal clothing, and remains comfortable in a IWB holster. The blowback action apparently means a Bond-style silencer isn't an option, but it also makes for a gun that consistently goes bang when asked politely. I suggest you consider the double-stack version, as more rounds in .380 sounds comforting; As a daily CCW, the Bersa Thunder 380 is cheap, reliable, ergonomic, and, with some shooting, quite accurate. Definitely a yes.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Dylan K Tuesday 25 August, 2015
Really reliable... but i feel the safety gives an overconfident sence of security... Magazine was a little weak plastic bottom broke off first month... but still like this little gun

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by Terry M Wednesday 14 January, 2015
I purchased this Bersa Thunder 380 as my first handgun and am very happy with the purchase. After looking through multiple reviews, this seems to have really good value and reliability. I cleaned it, shot 150 rounds of Freedom Munitions remanufactured ammo, and had no problems at all. I can't comment on accuracy yet as I am still developing my skills. I highly recommend this handgun. If you factor in the transfer fee, you may be able to find this at a local shop for a lower price. But the price is already very reasonable for the level of product you will receive.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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