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I have many .380 Sigs ( 230, 232, and 238 SAS), a BrowningBDA .380 and others, but I have always been interested in the Bersa 380's. Last week I traded an old double barrel 20 gaugefor this all steel Bersa .380 (Model 383 DA). It is a beautiful gun with really fine workmanship. I guess it is the predecessor to the current"Thunder" line of Bersa's which have alloy frames.

Shot it yesterday and it is very accurate. A little fussy on ammo (the best was HornadyCritical defense) but fun to shoot.

Would like any info on this gun and a source for the hard toget magazines (all other Bersa .380 magazines do not fit).

Thanks for your help,

Trooper Joe
 

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Call Eagle Imports (They run Bersa.com and are the importer of Bersas) at (732) 493-0333 or e-mail them at [email protected] and ask if they have any magazines.Their website might show Out of Stock but they could have some. I bought a magazine from them when they claimed to be out. They limit one per serial number.

I have a Bersa Thunder .380 CC and bought my girlfriend a Bersa Thunder 380 since she liked it so much and I found a good deal on one. Good little pistols.
 

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CDNN has 383 Promags in stock

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I owned a Model 83 that I bought at Walmart in 1993 for $185. Great gun, and much better finish than the current Bersa .380's.
 

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Hi ya trooper Joe, I have a nickel finished Bersa Series 95 that is mechanically the twin to your 383. The 383 and the series 95 and the single stack 7 shot from the Thunder model are all supposed to interchange. None of my sources currently stock the Bersa magazine we both need.
 

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Awesome gun!!! I've got a Thunder 380 CC and a Thunder 9 ultra compact. Great guns and I imagine that all steel variety is a dream to shoot.
 
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