Bersa Thunder 9/40 High Capacity Pro Series

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Summary: The description, specs, photos, user ratings and user comments for the Bersa Thunder 9/40 High Capacity Pro Series pistols.

Manufacturer’s Description

The Bersa Thunder 9/40 High Capacity Pro Series are double action semiautos highlighted by the following features:

  • two ambidextrous safety controls;
  • a reversible extended magazine release;
  • an automatic firing pin safety;
  • an ambidextrous slide release;
  • a high-strength steel barrel;
  • a combat-style skeletonized hammer;
  • a link-free locked breech design;
  • a loaded chamber indicator;
  • polygonal rifling; and
  • a matte or Doutone finish.

Note: Eagle Imports imports this pistol into the United States.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity BBL OAL Height Width Weight
.9mm 17+1 4.25″ 7.56″ 5.5″ 1.46″ 26 oz.
.40 SW 13+1 4.25″ 7.56″ 5.5″ 1.46″ 26 oz.


MSRP: n/a

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5 thoughts on “Bersa Thunder 9/40 High Capacity Pro Series

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  2. Allen Bryant

    In your review of the top .380 & 9mm conceal handguns, I could not find even a listing for the Bersa Thunder. I’m curious why? I own both the 380 & the 9mm and love them both, excellant accuracy light weight and a comfortable feel. I have smaller hands and these guns fit them where many of the higher rated are issued with much larger grips and it is difficult for me to feel I have a secure grasp of the weapon.

  3. Jed Henson

    Allen, the Thunder didn’t make it into those pocketgun roundups because it’s too big for pocket carry. I agree that it does indeed seem to be a good gun. But at 7.5″ long with the Thunder 9 and 6.6″ long for the Thunder 380, it’s more of a compact than a sub-subcompact/pocketgun.

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