SHOT Show 2019: New Handguns from Bersa

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posted on January 23, 2019
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For the first time in company history, new for 2019, Bersa has added five threaded-barrel handgun models to its product lineup. The five existing guns receiving this tactical upgrade are the: Thunder 22, Thunder 380, TPR9, TPR9C and BPCC 9 mm. Each new threaded version features a barrel 3/4” longer than the original, all of which have been threaded in the most common thread pitch for its caliber and capped with a thread protector. For more information on Bersa’s new Threaded Barrel series, visit versa.eagleimportsinc.com.

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