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Bersa Thunder Firearm Manuals

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Today I have 3 Bersa Firearms manuals to share.  Bersa is an Argentine arms manufacturer, located in the city of Ramos Mejía in Argentina.

The compact Thunder 22, 32, and 380 are similar to the Walther PPK, while the full-size Thunder 9, 40, 45 and are somewhat similar in appearance and some mechanical aspects to the Walther P88.

The Thunder 22 pistol chambered for the 22 Long Rifle cartridge is widely used among recreational shooters in North and South America, and the Thunder 22-6, a longer-barreled version of this pistol, is used in high-level competitions.

The compact Thunder postols sell very well in countries that ban the use of more powerful cartridges for civilian personal defense purposes. The Thunder 380 is popular in the US market as a small and light, easy concealable, high-quality and competitively priced personal defense handgun.

The full-size Thunder combat pistol is the standard sidearm of the Argentina Armed Forces (Thunder 9), Argentina Federal Police (Thunder 9), Buenos Aires Provincial Police (Thunder 9) and several other law enforcement agencies (Thunder 9 & 40).

Bersa introduced an eight-shot, single-stack 9mm-chambered polymer pistol called the BP9CC. This is a striker-fired pistol versus the hammer-fired Thunders. The BP9CC has a double-action trigger. The BP9CC also includes the locking barrel design. Versions Chambers’s in .380 ACP and .40 S&W are also available.

Bersa 9mm

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Bersa 45

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Bersa 380

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