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Who else would be on for a bersa 9mm that is on the same frame as the thunder380? Something that could compete with the new remington r51.

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Realizing due to pressures it would have to be slightly wider, that's a definite yes and I've stated that desire for one like that on this forum and other Bersa Forums at least a couple of times. Eight to nine round with a grip as long as the BT 380 with the DLX mag inserted.
 

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Right after I posted this I noticed your comment on another post. I think it would be great even having to widen the gun a bit.

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For the lack of a compact 9MM I went with a SCCY CPX-2. So far so good other all the mags spring were in backward. The two factory & the two other originals I purchased. :eek:
 

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Although I love my Taurus PT-709 Slim, I would certainly take a look at the 9mm you speak of.
 

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I hear that the Remington has a lot of problems. Besides, the Bp9cc is pretty good at filling the bill.
 

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I would consider something like that. Currently using a Ruger LC9. It is just about the size of the BT380, but DA only. I Prefer the DA/SA of the Bersa for better accuracu at longer ranges. Also, The gun would most likely have to be a locked breech. The BT380 is blowback.
 

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.....Also, The gun would most likely have to be a locked breech. The BT380 is blow back.
Thanks, good point and it being a blow back and the effort needed to rack the slide is the primary reason I could never get the wife interested in it.
 

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we currently have the BP, which is about the same size as Thunder 380. However, we are working on a single stack version of the Thunder UC Pro, that should suit your needs if you are looking for a DA/SA pistol. Not sure when availability will be, probably a ways off, but it is on the drawing board...
 

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Being I own one I think the Bersa BP9cc would be just what you need to look at. It's coming up 1yr since I've owned the Bersa, I need to do a review on this pistol. But from what you described the BP9cc is a gun you should consider.
 

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Oooooh! I like the sound of a single stack 9UC.
 

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I love the feel of the BT Pro 9 HC sending 17 rds down range
 

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I also like to send lots of ammo downrange at times, my CZ-75BD Police handles that very well. But the Bersa BP-9cc is what I carry daily, lightweight & easily concealed make it the best option for that job.
 

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A single stack UC9? I am in that line! I have never experienced any problem with my UC9. Would not even think of parting with it


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we currently have the BP, which is about the same size as Thunder 380. However, we are working on a single stack version of the Thunder UC Pro, that should suit your needs if you are looking for a DA/SA pistol. Not sure when availability will be, probably a ways off, but it is on the drawing board...
That would be absolutely FANTASTIC! I love both my UC Pro 9 and 45.
 

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I'm leaning toward the bp9cc for my carry. It seems several manufacturers are trying to compete in the slim cc space, R51, Walther ccp, others. I'm selling my Keltec PF9 because it is too uncomfortable to shoot.

Looks like the competition is a race to get to market.
I would like a slim pistol, about 1", about 6" length, and decent recoil.
The bp9cc might be the better choice at this time.
 

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I absolutely love my bp9cc. After cleaning out all the packing grease it's been flawless. Very accurate pistol. Ergonomics are outstanding second only to full size m&p. the trigger is both the good and the bad news :)
Good is it that it is without a doubt the best trigger in its category. Perhaps one of the best factory triggers period.
Great stippling with perfect detents for thumb.
Bad is that FOR ME when I carry it I do not carry one in the chamber. Trigger is just to light.
I love this pistol and have no intentions of parting with it ... Ever!!!
Bersa did an outstanding job on its first polymer offering. If it had a a glock style trigger I would have no need for my glock 26




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