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I just bought a new bersa thunder 45. I noticed the hammer stays off the pin accept when you pull the trigger it then slams into the pin. Is this a safety of its own. I've just never seen this before. I like the Bersa pistols. Very versatile.
 

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I believe it is, as my BT380 seems to be the same way. I also notice it has a "cocking" position just a hair back from fully released. I like to put the hammer there when I carry it safety off.
 

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The "rebounding hammer" feature is suppose to keep the hammer from making contact with the firing pin IIRC. Suppose to be safer if gun is dropped on the hammer on s loaded round.
 

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The "rebounding hammer" feature is suppose to keep the hammer from making contact with the firing pin IIRC. Suppose to be safer if gun is dropped on the hammer on s loaded round.
Thanks I have a 380 and love it but I don't think it sits like that in normal position, this is why I was asking I haven't had the chance to go to the range yet to learn more about how it operates and how it shoots. I have been to busy. Again thanks for all the info. I am liking this sight.
 
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