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Bersa Thunder CC - Photos

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by lance22, Jul 10, 2009.

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  1. lance22

    lance22 Member

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    Earlier this year I picked up a Bersa Thunder CC. The gun took FOUR MONTHS to arrive from the time of my order but was well worth the wait. During that time I ordered custom engraved grips from Dennis Marschal, and a UBG Bonneville holster.

    At the range, It fired 100 rounds of Magtech FMJ without fail. All bullets hit within four inches of the bullseye shooting offhand from 12-15 feet. Plenty accurate for it's purposes. I then tried Wolf ammo, which totally failed. Lesson learned - no Wolf Ammo.

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    Bersa Thunder CC

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    Bersa Thunder CC - Marschal Grip Detail

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    Bersa Thunder CC - with UBG Bonneville

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    Bersa Thunder CC - with UBG Bonneville
     
  2. m2steven

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    Great looking gun and holster, wonderful photographs!
     
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    Nice gun, but if I may ask whats with the dog on the grips?
     
  4. lance22

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    The dog on the grips? Part of the reason why I bought this gun was the hope that my wife would take a shine to it, and would be more interested in shooting. I certainly didn't want to buy a gun for her as that would be stoopid, but these days when I buy a gun I'm always thinking of who else might enjoy it.

    The dog in question is a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, of which we have three; my wife's pride and joy. I was thrilled to find out that Dennis Marschal of Marschal Grips was willing to do the engraving for me.
     
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    Looks like a good setup. Aren't those Hornady Critical defense loads as well? The Capt'n apporves.
     
  6. lance22

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    Indeed they are. First time I've bought them but having fired a few and inspecting the results I'll be picking some up in .40 and .45. The shape is especially nice since they feed so well.
     
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