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The Bersa BP 9 Concealed Carry Pistol: Developed With Features And Price Points Demanded By Users


WANAMASSA, NJ (May 2014) – Eagle Imports, Inc., the exclusive distributor of Metro Arms, Bersa and Comanche firearms products, did not jump on the polymer pistol bandwagon without first consulting their loyal customers. The Bersa BP9CC was the result of dialog between customers and engineers to come up with a lightweight, compact and ultra-thin concealed carry pistol that delivered on reliability, accuracy and price.

The Bersa BP9CC is built ergonomically from the integral grips and comfortable length of pull to the line-of-sight, all providing the user with greater control and confidence during use. Additionally, the Bersa BP9CC has the shortest trigger reset and a smooth trigger pull, making it a best-in-class in the concealed carry division of firearms on the market today. The striker-fired pistol features an integral locking system, loaded chamber indicator and automatic firing pin safety. The frame has a Picatinny rail feature for the addition of lasers and lights. The barrel bore has been micro-polished with sharp, deep polygonal rifling that result in shot after shot accuracy. The magazine release is ambidextrous and the sight system is a very visible 3-dot sight system.

The Bersa BP9CC is available in three finishes: matte black, Duo-tone (matte black frame and stainless slide) and Duo-tone in matte olive. Every Bersa BP9CC ships with two magazines in a hard plastic, lockable pistol case and the Bersa limited lifetime warranty. MSRP starts at $475.00.

For more information on the Bersa BP9 Concealed Carry pistol visit www.bersa.com or contact your favorite firearms retailer today to see one in person.

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Bersa BP9 Concealed Carry Specifications:

Caliber: 9mm
Action: Short reset DAO
Capacity: 8 + 1
Overall Length: 6.35″
Barrel Length: 3.3″
Height: 4.8″
Width: 0.94″
Weight (empty): 21.5 oz.
Frame Material: Hi-Impact Polymer Frame
Slide Material: Steel
Safety: Integral Locking System, Firing Pin, Trigger
Sights: Interchangeable SIG Sauer #8 front and Interchangeable GLOCK rear sight
Grips: Integral to frame
Finish: Matte Black, Duo-Tone (Matte Black and Stainless), Duo-Tone (Matte Olive)
MSRP: $475.00 – $485.00


5 Responses to “The Bersa BP 9 Concealed Carry Pistol: Developed With Features And Price Points Demanded By Users”

  1. Uncle Dan says:

    If this thing runs well and doesn’t break within a few thousand rounds, Bersa may have produced what Glock lovers really wanted the G42 to be. Audacious!

    Think Gaston will notice?

  2. Cannoneer No. 4 says:

    I got one. For what I paid for it I am pretty satisfied. Pick one up and hold it in your hand. If it feels good to you and they want less than $480 for it, jump on it.

  3. Michael says:

    I felt one at my local gun store, and it feels great in the hand, plus it had a great trigger. That being said, I then noticed the the key lock on the slide, a chamber load indicator, and the mag disconnect. For me personally, that kills the deal.

    Now if they had a model that was de-lawyer’ed I’d be interested in it.

  4. Riceball says:

    I suspect that the key lock, chamber load indicator, and mag disconnect are features to make the gun CA &/or NY legal, I know that one of the requirements here in CA to make it to the approved list is a chamber load indicator. Bersa probably added all of those so they only have to produce one version that can be sold in all 50 states instead of producing different versions to be sold in more restrictive states. Can’t say that I’d blame them if that’s the case, it’s the most logical thing for them to do if they want to be able to sell their gun(s) to all 50 states, having said that I do wish that states like CA didn’t have all sorts of stupid & restrictive laws regarding guns and, sadly, I don’t see CA pulling its head out of its rectal cavity any time soon.

  5. Mike says:

    You can get one for $350, plus shipping, if you look around. The mags are $40 plus ‘though, and they’re labeled as 7+1.

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