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    bersa thunder 45

    my son-in-law just got a new bersa thunder 45. he was wondering where to get a holster, what style. i like galco but i know there are alot more options for him to choose from. hope somrone can help he will be out of the service soon. THANKS;)

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    Can't help you with the holster, but I'm anxious to hear about a range report. I've been hawking the Bersa's for a while. I've handled the .45 at a gun show, but don't know anyone that's sent a round down range. Got any pictures?
    Victory rewards not the army that fires the most rounds, but who is the more accurate shot. ---Unknown

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    I don't think I can be much help either. I did a search and about all I could find were the Galco ones. I am sure they are good holsters though. You might also look at the Bianchi. I have a Bianchi 100 for my Ruger p345. It doesn't show it to fit but it fits well. Not an excellent holster, but nice for the price. Good luck.
    David

    The only person available to protect you 24 hours a day is you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PascalFleischman View Post
    Can't help you with the holster, but I'm anxious to hear about a range report. I've been hawking the Bersa's for a while. I've handled the .45 at a gun show, but don't know anyone that's sent a round down range. Got any pictures?
    i'm trying to put a picture here if it doesn't work i'll try again

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    Talking bersa

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    Quote Originally Posted by PascalFleischman View Post
    Can't help you with the holster, but I'm anxious to hear about a range report. I've been hawking the Bersa's for a while. I've handled the .45 at a gun show, but don't know anyone that's sent a round down range. Got any pictures?
    try it again

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    Nice! From what I remember, that little guy's a double stack, right? What's the capacity?
    Victory rewards not the army that fires the most rounds, but who is the more accurate shot. ---Unknown

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    double stack 7+1 it looks nice, i'll give it a test when he gets in, in the meantime i'll let you know what he thinks of it when he tests it.

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    I have a Bersa 380 and just ordered another holster from cheaper than dirt web site. Many are inexpensive and brand names. Take a look for your gun.
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    www.condorsflight.com
    www.yourgunparts.com

    Both these websites have a good selection of holsters for the bersa line including the bersa 9-45 which are the same design just a bit different in size, but not by much.

    I have the bersa 9 ultra compact. Great Gun.

    You might also try asking on www.bersatalk.com. Everyone has found holsters for their gun through trial and error and can tell you what works best for what model.
    They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.
    ---Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1759.

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    For about ..

    3 years now, I've carried a matte finished T45UC on a pretty much every day basis...

    I don't shoot it all that much, but just last week...

    I noticed that after a lot of carry through our 'Winter' season down here, under flannels mostly untucked, in a kydex IWB holster, the poor little thing was growing dust bunnies, and was overall very much in need of a good cleaning...

    But before I did, I decided to burn the rounds that were in it, just to see how it worked in this condition... So I stepped out into my 'backyard', and up to the bank of a channel that flows between the 2 lakes that my property has access to, and fired the first mag, DA first pull, then as fast as I could banged out the rest SA into the water at the edge of the channel.... Then put the 2nd mag into it, released the slide, and repeated the second mag that I carry as a backup.

    No FT anythings! After this 'test' I stripped it, and between the air compressor in my garage, and some good cleaning agents, put it back to 'ready for inspection' condition, cleaned and reloaded both mags, and back in the holster...

    I would never recomend one of these for a 'range gun', to just put holes in paper...for the fact that have have a short barrel, pretty serious snappy recoil, and a steel top on a plastic bottom, over use is going to cause wear and tear... But if you're looking for a good, concealable, affordable, and very reliable big bore DA/SA auto for personal protection, I would HIGHLY recommend one to anyone...

    Best of luck with yours,

    Flc

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