波肖门 Holsters For A Bersa Thunder .380

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The Bersa Thunder .380 is manufactured by the Bersa SA company out of Argentina. Designed to target the concealed carry market, the Bersa Thunder .380 was introduced to the marketplace in 1995.

The Bersa Thunder is manufactured on a traditional blowback blueprint which provides excellent accuracy. This model typically comes with a 7 round magazine, but also has a optional 9 or 10 round mag that can be purchased on an individual basis. Although the Thunder is fairly light weight, it still has adequate mass to keep the recoil to a minimum.

Produced with safety features that are normally found on more costly weapons, the Bersa comes well equipped. It has features like a manual safety/decocker, a magazine disconnect safety (so the weapon won't fire with the magazine removed, and a beavertail in the grip that protects your hand from slide bite.

Although the .380 is not as popular for self defense in the US, it is quite popular internationally. A number of international countries, especially in South America,2015年六合采开奖记录, have limitations on caliber size. In those cases, the .380 is typically the largest caliber that can be possessed.

While the Thunder has a hearty following, it's not without it's detractors. Some individuals complain that the Thunder has a small grip so they have problems getting a firm handle on the weapon. This seems to be most prevalent with individuals with large hands. In these cases,波肖门, a magazine extension or Pearce grip extension can be helpful.

The Thunder .380 makes a effective selection for both concealed carry or home defense. It's light enough to carry for long period of time and has sufficient firepower to deal with most self defense events. It's also very affordably priced at a sub $350 price point.

From a holster standpoint, the Thunder .380 is somewhat mainstream. Most all large holster makers produce a holster model for the Thunder .380. As this sidearm is similar in dimension to the Walther PPK, many people seem to think that a Bersa will fit any holster for a PPK. Unfortunately, that isn't the case.