Bersa Thunder Ultra Compact Pro Series

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Summary: The description, specs, pricing, photos, user ratings and user comments for the Bersa Thunder Ultra Compact Pro Series pistols.

Manufacturer’s Description

The Bersa Thunder Ultra Compact Pro Series are double action semiautos highlighted by the following features:

  • precision machined for strength and durability with an extended slide release;
  • an ambidextrous safety, slide release and magazine release;
  • a lifetime service contract;
  • an intergral locking system;
  • anatomically designed polymer grips;
  • a picatinny rail;
  • polygonal rifling;
  • a loaded chamber indicator; 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 10+1, 13+1 3.5″ 6.5″ 4.5″ 1.4″ 23 oz.
.40 SW 10+1 3.6″ 6.7″ 4.9″ 1.4″ 27 oz.
.45 ACP 7+1 3.6″ 6.7″ 4.9″ 1.4″ 27 oz.


MSRP: $517–$525

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3 thoughts on “Bersa Thunder Ultra Compact Pro Series

  1. Chrisian

    This gun is everything you could want from a 3.5 ” barreled 45. extremely accurate, and a dream to shoot . well worth the investment

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  2. Ron Joseph

    After I said I would not do it, I did, which was to purchase a UC 9mm. About 8 months ago I put a Bersa UC 9mm on backorder and completely forgot about it. Instead, I purchased an EAA SAR B6P polymer 9mm compact made in Turkey and used by their police. For the base price of $329 plus fees it is not a bad firearm at all and is concealable. Mags were very reasonable and available through EAA. The story continues and last week my backorder was filled at the price I ordered it first at $400 plus fees. Since it came with 2 mags and will fit my shoulder holster I decided what the heck. They have already gone up in price and I will probably just add it to my investment collection. I use the .380 Thunder Standard as my EDC. The UC, in true Bersa fashion did not disappoint. I have not shot it yet so I cannot comment on its range performance. Out of the box the fit and finish is excellent. It is still a little weighty but compared to my Ruger P89, the Bersa is a featherweight. It has a hefty grip and you have to have medium to large hands to get a good grip and finger on the trigger. I am medium framed but have large “surgical” hands. If it shoots half as good as my .380 I just got myself an excellent bargain for way more that a “bargain” 9mm handgun.

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  3. Peter Stanford

    I had been watching Eagle Imports’ site for almost 2.5 years. I was watching to see what was happening to their firearms’ prices. I zeroed in on Bersa and finally the TPUC9. I saw that firearm and thought, man is that one heckuva great ‘looking’ firearm. However, I’ve been shooting for over 50 years so I knew that looks plays a small part in what you should buy. I belong to a gun club and one of the members that I knew had one he had just purchased. He was raving about it. So I shot a few 5-shot groups and fell in love. I ended up buying a Matte Black TPUC9 last January 2015. I have brought it with me every single time I’ve gone to the club’s range. I can’t say enough good things about this firearm. I carry this along with my SigSauer P226R TACOPS, and feel completely comfortable. Don’t hesitate, get yourself one of these, when it becomes well known to people they will not be able to keep these in stock!

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