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Bersa T9MP13 Thunder UC Pro Series 13+1 9mm 3.25" Reviews

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43 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.9 of 5 Stars!
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by Lance S Thursday 20 July, 2017
Smooth action, shoots a little low, just put about 50 rounds through it. Will update if possible

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
by Tom G Saturday 13 May, 2017
I have just received my new Bersa Thunder 9mm Pro UC (T9MP13), and have only had a chance to run three (3) rounds through it at the receiving FFL's range. While I am not an expert with a hand gun, I did allow the FFL owner to run three (3) rounds through it, and he indicated that it shot true without the need of any sight adjustments. I can hardly wait until our weather clears (rain and snow for several days) so that I can go to the outdoor range. Perhaps I can do a follow-up review after firing a couple of hundred rounds. The appearance of the gun is exceptional. I not seen any of the slight external blemishes mentioned in other reviews for this firearm. Also, the action(s)-though limited with only 6 rounds fired-are fantastic. The slide is easy to rack and the magazine drops easily from the handle. I will say that loading the magazines are somewhat cumbersome, but that can be attributed to the fact that this is the first semi-automatic that I have owned.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by william s Friday 10 March, 2017
I have not shot the thunder yet. I'm very happy with the service and prices on budsgunshop. I will buy again fron buds.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Robert C Sunday 05 March, 2017
As soon as I put that Bersa thunder pro UC 9 mm in my hand I knew I had made the right choice for my first handgun. I have a larger hand and the grip felt great, all fingers on the grip. Feels like a full size handgun. Has good weight to the almost all metal gun. I\'m a leftie, the slide lock, safety and breakdown levers are on both sides of the gun. Also the magazine release is easily changed around. Haven\'t taken it to the range yet, but from all reviews I\'ve read, this Bersa is unstoppable. I haven\'t read any reviews of any malfunctions unless they were using cheap steel ammo. Totally satisfied with my purchase.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Thomas T Sunday 05 March, 2017
Shot 200 rounds metal, aluminum, brass jacket mixed slow fire and fast Good gun no problems

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by David H Thursday 15 December, 2016
Despite some minor issues I am very happy with this gun. I've been looking for a DA/SA with ambi controls and this is working out perfectly as my new primary carry pistol. I have about 400 rounds of 115 grain and 147 grain ball ammo through it with zero problems. I've also run my standard carry 147 grain hollow-points without issue. I don't use +P ammo so haven't tried any of those. Be sure this gun through its recommended 200 - 300 round break-in. You will absolutely need to break it down and give it a complete cleaning out of the box, including cleaning the magazines. It's pretty greasy / gummy out of the box. Minor Issues: - the finish isn't great but I expected that. It's a service-grade handgun and it's starting to look better with use and repeated cleanings. If it bothers you maybe the two-tone is a better choice. - the P-rail has some very sharp corners and scored a track down the inside of my brand-new Crossbreed holster. I smoothed it out with some fine sandpaper and steel wool. I expect that area to get worn anyway. Maybe I'll re-blue it at some point. - out of the box I had a lot of problems with the magazines. They would not feed the 11th, 12th and 13th round reliably, and that last round would get stuck under the follower retaining tab. I called Eagle imports and they quick-shipped me new magazine springs, which fixed the issue. All of my mags feed correctly now. I still rate this gun 5 stars, despite the few issues. It's part of breaking in a new gun to me. I have largish hands but the grips are very comfortable and I can get all my fingers where they need to be. As a Lefty I was a little worried about the exposed trigger disconnector but it hasn't been an issue. I modified my thumbs-forward grip a bit to put my support-hand thumb on top of my firing (Left) thumb and I can still get a nice solid grip.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
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