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Question for folks that have installed Bersa Wood grips on a Thunder 380. The grips are very high quality, and fit great, they also make the Thunder 380 look great. BUT...am I the only one who owns these great grips who has noticed a degrade in accuracy? With the cheap crappy black plastic grips I have much better range shooting results.

Don't get me wrong, I love the wood grips, I just can't shoot as accurate with them as I can with the original plastic grips.

Am I alone in this?
 

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Question for folks that have installed Bersa Wood grips on a Thunder 380. The grips are very high quality, and fit great, they also make the Thunder 380 look great. BUT...am I the only one who owns these great grips who has noticed a degrade in accuracy? With the cheap crappy black plastic grips I have much better range shooting results.

Don't get me wrong, I love the wood grips, I just can't shoot as accurate with them as I can with the original plastic grips.

Am I alone in this?
From Chicago. I bought my BT380 deluxe and it came with the wood grips as well as the black plastic grips. The wood is slightly thicker than the plastic. I prefer to use the plastic for better fitment in my hand. But I shoot the same regardless of grips. I am in the market for the Hogue wrap around. The thickness is the same as the plastic. My piece is finished in Nickle so no matter what grips are on it. The gun looks good. Good luck.
 
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