Late in 2012, I received a Bersa BP9CC pistol for review. After the initial range time, I’ve had the gun out onto the range for more shooting. I figured I would give everyone an update of how the gun is working out.
As a quick recap, I took delivery of a black BP9CC from Eagle Imports, the US importer of Bersa firearms. The gun is a polymer framed pistol with a light, DAO trigger. It is a single-stack 9mm pistol, which means it is thinner than many handguns of this general size. The grip is long enough that my entire hand fits on the gun.
The first time I carried it to the range, I put more than 400 rounds through the gun. I found recoil was light and the gun was fun to shoot. It was also very accurate.
On that first outing, I had only two malfunctions, both of which were likely caused by firing very dirty ammunition. But, I wanted to get more time at the range with the Bersa before I trusted my life to it.