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Bersa Firestorm 380 ACP, $307 (Grade A Feb 2008)

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The FireStorm isn't the cleanest design as far as its controls go, but it was an efficient one. Note the roomy trigger guard. This gun worked very well.

Bersa Firestorm 380 ACP, $307 (Grade A Feb 2008)

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Those front finger grooves are part of the rubber wrap-around grip panels. The lever just above the front of the trigger-guard bow (arrow) is the takedown lever. Rotate it 90 degrees down and the slide can be drawn back far enough to be lifted off the rails and eased forward.
The easily seen white outline and dot stand out even in dim light. We wanted a wider rear notch, and that's easily achieved with a file. The sights were mighty close to being right on the money, and were entirely workable as is.

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