I’ve had several people reach out to me asking about where to find good-priced Bersa Thunder 380 Plus models. Here are some:
- http://www.gunbroker.com/item/560572500 (buy now for $375)
- http://www.gunbroker.com/item/561094087 (buy now for $339)
- http://www.gunbroker.com/item/559957377 (this is a Combat Plus, newly released for 2016, for $401)
All of those are listed on Gun Broker. There were at least 7-10 of them listed, but most were over-priced. I only listed those that were under MSRP, but I did list the Combat Plus because many people are asking where to find those models and supply is scarce.
Also, a few weeks ago, I ended up taking my Metro Arms 1911 (the American Classic Commander, specifically) and my Sig SP2022 9mm to the local range.
I also ended up putting 50 rounds of American Eagle 124-grain through my current carry gun, the Grand Power P11, just to test to see if it was still having issues returning to battery (it ate all 50 rounds without issue). I’m currently at 582 total rounds through that gun.
The SP2022 ate 60 rounds without issue. That handgun is fantastic and is extremely easy to shoot accurately. I’m at 279 rounds through the barrel with NO issue whatsoever.
The Metro Arms has been problematic. I shot 48 rounds through this gun this session and had many failures to feed. In fact, when I go through my range log, This gun has a history of failing. It isn’t the mags that are causing the issue (it happens with all three mags and two of them are new and from Wilson Combat). I actually searched and found that this is more than likely an extractor issue. I checked and found it was too loose. I tightened it up and now need to revisit the range to test to see if that helps. If it doesn’t, I’m going to buy a new recoil spring and extractor. That should fix the issue. Another thing of note is that the feed ramp has some major abrasions from the last range visit when I shot Tula through it…it did NOT like Tula and I’d made a note of it (and the feed ramp) in my range log. I shouldn’t need to polish the ramp with so little ammo through the gun, especially since the ramp had a mirror finish when I received the gun. The gun only has 188 rounds through the gun.
As well, the point of impact is not hitting where I’m aiming (I’m aiming for the red with the front sight covering the X. One thing I neglected to check was my trigger finger placement and how I was actuating the trigger.
I may visit the range tonight just to test the 1911.
I still haven’t shot my AR-15 yet, either. I’m saving that for Father’s Day. 🙂