Bersa Firestorm 380acp 3.5" Ca
The Firestorm .380 offers numerous valued features - accuracy, reliability and versatility in a lightweight, compact design. It's easy to appreciate so much for so little. The Firestorm .380 has earned a worldwide reputation of quality and is truly one of the best performance-for-price buys on the market. It's lightweight, small-frame and ideal capacity combines with Bersa's time-tested reliability and accuracy to make the Firestorm .380 an excellent choice for personal protection.
Comes with Hard Case
Caliber .380 ACP
Barrel Length 3.5"
Front Sight Dovetail
Rear Sight Notched-Bar Dovetailed
Finishes Matte Black
Grips Rubber Wrap Around Grips
Construction Alloy Frame / Steel Slide
Safety Intergal Locking System, Manual, Firing Pin
Comes with Hard Case, Picture is different
Posted by LA on 16th Jul 2017
Love the safety/decocker feature. Gun is solid constructed and has similar sights as a Glock. Rough edges on slide grip but understandable for price. A great CCW gun because its durable but not expensive either. Everyday carry guns take a beating over time and with this gun you wont cry over the damage.
Posted by Tim on 16th Jul 2017
Get what you pay for...it's a good starter for someone new to shooting. Only had it out once and kept having issue with slide cycling completely. Trying some different ammo, hope it helps
Accurate and Dependable
Posted by Unknown on 15th Nov 2016
Bought this weapon for my wife and she placed on her CCW. She and I compete at the range. Her Bersa vs my Glock 26. Beats me 60% of the time. Never jammed, easy to field strip. Nice backup weapon.
A handy little backup sidearm
Posted by MJU on 20th May 2016
While this firearm is not on the same level as a Colt, Beretta or Browning, it's low price makes it a great first gun. The low price does not afford the bells and whistles or fit and finish quality. Make no mistake, it is a fine functioning weapon and should be reliable as a concealed carry. This weapons falls short in it's fixed sights. Crimson Trace does make a laser. There are no aftermarket sights available as far as I could research. The Bersa Thunder series sights will not fit the Firestorm an obvious over sized dovetail makes it incompatible. The magazines however can be used in either weapon.
This is an all metal gun with a cast alloy frame and steel slide/barrel assembly. The gun is ergonomically correct in my hand, but it's best to actually hold one to determine comfort. This is a close range weapon and not accurate enough for precision target shooting. The 380 shoots a lighter 9mm (90,100,115 gr) bullet, Ironically the ammo for this gun is more expensive than the 9mm Luger. Gun preferences are just that, a extension of your personality. I tend to stick with firearms that have readily available ammo and at reasonable cost. This is not a heirloom weapon. This is the only Bersa that's California legal, but that's another story.