Question about the BP9cc

Question about the BP9cc

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    Question about the BP9cc

    Does anyone own one of these? I have been thinking about picking one up but would like to know how they are.
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    I like them...BUT...that trigger is too light for me to carry...and that is the only use that I would have for it.
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    Had one. Shot great, reset is very light so watch that trigger finger if you get one. It quit working (locking lug broke) and Bersa replaced it. Bersa does not have factory service on their firearms. You have to reach out to one of their many service centers that do warranty work on Bersa's behalf. They replaced the entire gun. The new one had ejection issues. I lost faith in it and eventually sold it.
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    Me: "..and that brings us back to the age old question, how much ammo should you carry or how much is enough, doesn't it? Lol "
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    The age old questions answer is carry more, not less. For if more isn't enough, less surely won't be. lol"

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    Thanks for the info
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    They were talked about a lot on the forums some years back, then they just kinda died out.

    With the plethora of slim 9mm pistols from top tier makers available now, I’d look elsewhere.
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    Sign up at the Berra forum to get some feedback about the gun. I considered buying one but when I read about the lack of repair facilities I dropped the idea. Back the repairs were done by a few designated gunsmiths in the country. That did not appeals to me when I read about the complications people were having with repairs. Of course that was three years ago, so it might have changed for better or worse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shootnlead View Post
    I like them...BUT...that trigger is too light for me to carry...and that is the only use that I would have for it.
    This here.... the trigger was very very light on the one i borrowed from a friend. nice little gun but man was the trigger light. It is literally the only factory trigger i have ever felt was too light out of the box. for the money though, i would spend a little more and get a gen 1 shield. I paid 299 plus tax for my shield
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shootnlead View Post
    I like them...BUT...that trigger is too light for me to carry...and that is the only use that I would have for it.
    Likewise, the one I looked at had a trigger that was "scary light".

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    A lot better quality choices out there for the same $$$! Just my .02 worth!
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    I've had 2 PPQ's that I ended up selling/trading due to short resets and light triggers. I experienced unintentional double taps and that made me a little uncomfortable regarding carrying them. I've had +45 pistols, but never had double taps with anything else. Those suckers we're extremely accurate, though.

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    My EDC is. Walther PPS M2. I once carried a Ruger Lc9s, but I found th trigger too touch for me as an EDC pistol. The PPS M2 has trigger I find to be excellent for EDC.
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