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On a similar note.
My friend called over 40 gunstores/pawn shops in the ATL area looking for one of these pistols.
One place had one for $440 out the door :screwy:
Another place only had the .45
And Nick's has the 9mm in duotone.

Man these things must be popular, and they are over 2 years old!
Can't wait to get my hands on one!!! :mrgreen:
 

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My friend just picked up one of these used for $300!
What a great find. I got to fondle it last night...(lol)
Awesome gun. I'm convinced Bersa is the best bang for your buck pistols out there...

still looking!
 

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Yeah I just got to shoot my friends yesterday. Very nice.
Pretty hefty little gun. Made me realize though It may not be a practical replacement for my CC as it is pretty heavy. I need a light gun to fit in my coat pocket for work. Although it could fill a niche as a good CC gun when printing/exposure isn't a job threatening compromise.
 

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For true pocket carry, check out the following small and lightweight firearms (depending on what you want to spend):
Ruger LCP, Keltec P3AT, Taurus TCP, SW Bodyguard, Kahr P380, Kahr PM9 / PM40, Diamondback, Sig P238, Rohrbaugh R9 and of course aluminum alloy or titanium J-frame revolvers from SW and Taurus like the SW 642, etc.
There are probably a few more (depending on the size of your pocket) but these are the ones that come to my mind right off the bat.
 
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