Bersa Thunder 380 Concealed Carry

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Summary: The description, specs, photo, pricing and user ratingsĀ for the Bersa Thunder 380 Concealed Carry.

Manufacturer’s Description

The Bersa Thunder 380 Concealed Carry is an eight-round pistol with an all-new slimline frame, easy-access controls and a concealed hammer. Weighing only 23 oz., this model is highlighted by the following features:

  • Precision matched from lightweight alloy for comfortable carrying, strength, and durability;

    The Thunder 380 Concealed Carry from the left.
    The Thunder 380 Concealed Carry from the left.
  • an anatomically designed grip system with high-impact, matte-black polymer grips;
  • extra low profile sights in a three-dot sight system;
  • a combat-style trigger guard;
  • a slim, extended slide release;
  • a micro-polished bore with sharp,deep rifling;
  • a flat-bottom eight-shot magazine (Note: Not interchangeable with the seven or nine-round Thunder magazines);
  • an intergral locking system; and
  • a lifetime service contract.

Note: Eagle Imports imports this pistol into the United States.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity BBL OAL Height Width Weight
.380 ACP 8+1 3.25″ 6″ 4.75″ 1″ 23 oz.

MSRP: $340

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1 comment

  1. My first small pistol. A little large for pocket, but ok for cc. Shot well, ate any .380 ACP I fed it. Medium trigger, easy to work slide and external safety. Liked the key locking feature. Scalloped grip felt good, but I got a Pachmayr grip sleeve that was nicer. Sights all but useless. Extended mag (2 extra rds) was also a good add-on. But note: regular Thunder mags DON’T fit this gun and vice versa. Extra mags very hard to find. But it was accurate, felt good, moderate flip/recoil. Sold it only because I liked the (then) new Glock 42 better. New owner likes it.

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