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Happy Thanksgiving to all. Pictured is my relatively new Bersa 380 and, of course, what I call Plan "B", a Beretta.

The Bersa's first trip to the range was very sweet. The only issue I had was with the 9 round magazine. 2 out of 3 mags full, it failed to feed the last round. The 7 round mag performed without a hiccup.

I love the accuracy of this weapon, dead on sites right out of the box. Looking forward to running a few hundred more rounds through it!
 

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Welcome to the Bersa forums, and Happy Thanksgiving to you as well.

Great pair of handguns you have there, what type of light is that on the Beretta?
 

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Thanks to all...that tactical light is an NCstar brand, got it off of Amazon...for like $30...it is VERY bright and has an effective range of about 10 yards. Stays on the Beretta at night in the house.

Have a great Thanksgiving!
 

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Hello everyone...just a quick follow up to the issue I was having with the 9 round magazine. After 2 more trips to the range, I have had no more issues. Maybe it just needed to be "broken in" perhaps? But it performed without an issue through a whole box of ammo. Like the extra grip room on this magazine!

Happy New Year!
 

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...just a quick follow up to the issue I was having with the 9 round magazine. After 2 more trips to the range, I have had no more issues. Maybe it just needed to be "broken in" perhaps? But it performed without an issue through a whole box of ammo. Like the extra grip room on this magazine! Happy New Year!
Welcome from Nevada! Since I carried the 380 as my primary for several years and have broad hands, I'm a big fan of the DLX mags. I currently have eight of them and finally gave the 7 rounders away. So far, I've never had an issue with any of them. Like the 9UC mags, they are shipped in a brown goo to help prevent rust during shipment. If you haven't done so, completely disassemble , check for burrs on top of mag and follower, clean and lube.
 

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Duhh!

Thanks for the tip...I certainly didn't do that, perhaps you can tell me how to disassemble them as for the life of me I couldn't figure that out!

Thanks!
 
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