You're in Crawford County...about 40 miles from Erie...right ?Hey Shooter.., what part of PA are you from? I grew up in Meadville (where Allegheny College and Channel-lock tools is located).
Thanks for posting that info. Would love to know how the Bersa 380's handle this stuff from people using it.
According to SAAMI, there is not, just as there is no +p 40cal. However, there are several companies that make both 380 and 40 in what they call +p. There is also no such thing as +p+ for any caliber according to SAAMI, but again several companies make rounds they call +p+As far as I've seen, there is really no such thing a +P ammo for the 380.
Yup.., just south of Erie and Edinboro. I live in West Virginia now, and the rest of my family moved up to Erie.You're in Crawford County...about 40 miles from Erie...right ?
I'm in SE Pennsylvania...Montgomery County...Abington Twp.
Wear out parts in a Bersa Thunder 380 ?!That might be the better question. I don't want to shoot to hot a load as I don't want to wear out parts.
I have had two Bersa Thunder 380s (first was stolen, I replaced it). I've shot maybe 60 rounds of the Buffalo Bore "+P" labeled ammo through the two of them....Would love to know how the Bersa 380's handle this stuff from people using it.
Buffalo Bore produces a few...
380 Auto +P Ammo - 90 gr. Jacketed Hollow Point (1200 fps / 288 ft. lbs. )
380 Auto +P Ammo - 100 gr. Hardcast F.N. (1150 fps / 294 ft. lbs.)