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Bersa 380cc sights

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Dr_Kaufman, Nov 21, 2006.

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  1. Dr_Kaufman

    Dr_Kaufman Member

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    howdy,
    what do you think of the sights on this little gun? I haven't had a chance to shoot it, but they seem kinda small. I had no problem with the regular thunder 380 and like the overall size reduction of the 380cc, but the sights worry me.
     
  2. MICHAEL T

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    The cc was made for carry up close and personal Not target shooting. The sights are small as reduced over all size and snag free. Practice and you will get used to .Will you shoot groups at tight as a Thunder likely not . But be enough for SD. Most people never see sights in a SD shooting I belive NYPD did a study on it Look around Seecamp board Larry posted about it. His pistols have no sights My 380 KT have less than your cc and I did 3 shot group 1 1/2" at 21 ft 1 handed. Great no ,but I felt good about it because of size of pistol and useing Corbon ammo.
    Join us at http://bersatalk.com we have a few members with CC see how their doing with theirs
     
  3. scurtis_34471

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    I have one. I don't like the sights, but I'm getting used to them. I've only been shooting with it twice. No 4" groups, but I can easily dump the entire clip through center mass of a silouette target at 25 yards. They are good enough to get the job done and the cc's smaller dimensions make it a viable pocket gun.
     
  4. ShootinDave

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    I just got one..... jams every second round. good luck at the range.

    - Dave
     
  5. XDKingslayer

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    I shot my buddies. His seems to be a fluke as it shoots over 12" high at 15 yards regardless of who's shooting it. It groups extremely well and is a very consistant shooter. It just does it way to high to be of any use.

    The sight groove takes some getting used to, but it's workable.
     
  6. Dr_Kaufman

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    I've heard this from a few other people too. I get the feeling that this one might best be held off until it becomes a little more mature (the regular T380 seems to get much better reliability reviews).
     
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