What is an average price on these NIB? Also, who owns one and what has been your experience? Thanks
Yup!I have a stainless Bersa Thunder 380 CC. It's a great little firearm. I bought mine used for $250. It took me 30 seconds to remove the grip panels and take out the C spring that engages the magazine disconnect safety. Great little shooter, 8+1, and pretty easy to be accurate with considering it has virtually no sights. Rounded no snag design, hammered semi-auto with de-cocker / safety. Can carry it de-cocked on a quarter cock setting and safety off and you're ready to rock and roll. Strips easily for cleaning too.
A buddy of mine has the regular Bersa Thunder 380 and it's a smoother shooter, but a little bigger gun. I also have a Bersa Thunder 9 ultra compact 9mm and I LOVE that gun. It's a little heavy relative to some other guns that size, but at 13+1 capacity and all steel internal components, long slide rails, and an alloy metal frame it is built like a tank and a buttery smooth shooter.
All in all, Bersa firearms are well built, reliable, and affordable.
I have been watching lots of reviews on the BT 380 and BT 380cc, and they seem rock solid.It may be an old thread, but I'm an old man, so I'll try to give a reasonable answer. I like the BT380 well enough that I currently own two of them and for my SD mags, I use Corbon DPX JHP rounds. Bought the matte black BT380 new several years ago and then after a disappointing experience with an S&W made Walther 380 due to the difficulty in reassembly after cleaning, I traded up for a used LNIB BT380 nickel version about the same age as my original one. I carry the matte black 380 with the 9rd DLX extended grip mag far more than I do my Thunder 9UCs as is far easier to conceal as an OWB concealed carry.