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Discussion in 'General Bersa Discussion' started by bwflorida, Dec 29, 2012.
Anyone fired this? Any problems?
Never heard of it. Do you know what the BEB stands for?
BEB stands for brass enclosed base. The bullet has a brass jacket around it that is supposed to reduce lead fouling. I have shot some of it in 9mm, and have a box of .380 that I haven't tried yet. The 9mm works just fine in my Taurus PT111, and I really didn't notice any difference in the fouling in the barrel. I clean my pistols every time I shoot so I would only see a difference if I shot a lot at one time. Personally, I think it's a ad gimmick, but doesn't cost any more than regular white box. Haven't seen any of it in my local Wally World lately, maybe it didn't sell well.
When I got my first BT380. it did not like the Winchester blunt nose rounds. Had a very high rate of FTC. Found out later that is not uncommon in a new BT380. That was several years ago, and I've not tried them again.