Gun Report

Bersa BP9MCC 9mm Luger

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The pistol is reliable, feels good in the hand, and offers excellent practical handling in fast-paced drills. Some of the features, such as the magazine safety and locking action, were extraneous but did not affect performance. We liked the fit and finish. The ramped barrel offers a degree of safety with heavy loads. We would have liked more accuracy, but the pistol is adequate for most chores. The racking effort is greater than on other handguns.

Bersa BP9MCC 9mm Luger

Gun Details

Model Name
Home Defense
Concealed Carry
Weight Unloaded
Overall Length
Barrel Length
Sight Radius
Overall Height
Front Strap Height
Back Strap Height
Maximum Width
Grip Thickness Max
Grip Circumference Max
Frame Material
Trigger Span Single

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A high point of the test was the frame treatment given the Bersa and Honor Guard handguns. They offered good gripping surfaces without abrasion.
This is a well-made handgun. The BP9MCC gets high marks for design and execution. The grip is properly textured for excellent adhesion and abrasion.
A bold front post aided in rapid target acquisition.
The front sight is dovetailed in place.
There were no tool marks and every piece of the Bersa showed good fit and finish. Viewed from the rear, the pistol has a thin profile - less than an inch wide.
When the pistol was field stripped, we discovered a polygonal-rifled ramped barrel.

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