Why? The trigger on the 380 is fine as it is, it has the right pull weight and is pretty smooth right out of the box. Any lighter and you might get glock leg.Does anyone have know the trigger pull weight for the Bersa Thunder .380?
I would like to modify the trigger pull but need a starting point.
Best safety on any firearm is the one between your ears... !!
The problem isn't the Glock trigger system...it's with the user
who is unfamiliar with it's operation and who doesn't follow the
most important rule...keep your booger picker off the trigger until
you are ready to fire !!
A little Froglube will help, dry fireing with the other hand to help break it in. One other thing also, PATIENCE!New member. I just purchased and received a Thunder 380, without much in-store handling time. In short, now that I have the pistol, I find that the impaired strength in my right hand has difficulty with the standard trigger pull of the Thunder 380. I have visited a number of 3rd-party firearm spring vendors, but have found " 0 " who offer any Bersa springs, let alone a selection of trigger springs that I can try for a lighter pull. So, I guess my question is this. Can you recommend anywhere I can go to purchase a supply of various tension trigger springs for the Thunder 380? I am sad to say, if I can't reduce the trigger pull, I will likely have to sell the pistol..........which I haven't even fired one round through.
My BT380 is the only pistol that I've never had any problems with and I've never needed to improve anything. It's perfect the way it is. "If it ain't broke,...Why? The trigger on the 380 is fine as it is, it has the right pull weight and is pretty smooth right out of the box. Any lighter and you might get glock leg.