Introducing the Upgraded Bersa Thunder Ultra Compact PRO

All the stopping power and reliability of the Bersa Thunder Pistol in a compact, lightweight, service-grade pistol now with added improvements.

Bersa Thunder Ultra Compact PRO Pistol
Bersa Thunder Ultra Compact PRO Pistol
Eagle Imports
Eagle Imports

Wanamassa, NJ –-(Ammoland.com)- Eagle Imports, Inc., importers of the popular Bersa line of firearms unveil the Bersa Thunder Ultra Compact PRO pistol series with upgraded features.

This lightweight compact, service-grade handgun, available in 9mm, .40 S&W and .45 ACP is built to perform just like its popular big brother but as a comfortable concealed carry version.Bersa UC PRO

Like the full-frame Thunder PRO, the Ultra Compact now also features an improved Browning Petter barrel locking system ensuring smooth reliable feeding and ejection. Ideal for right or left hand shooters the Thunder PRO UC Series has ambidextrous features such as the safety, slide and magazine release. Additional features such as anatomically designed polymer grips and an extended slide release all make this compact pistol one comfortable carry.

The frame is machined from a lightweight alloy with an integral Picatinny rail for the addition of tactical lights and lasers.

The Bersa Thunder Ultra Compact PRO is the perfect carry for personal protection or as a professional back-up handgun. For more information visit www.bersa.com.

Bersa Thunder UC PRO Specifications:

  • Model: TPUC9 TPUC40 TPUC45
  • Caliber: 9mm .40 S&W .45 ACP
  • Action: DA/SA DA/SA DA/SA
  • Capacity: 10+1 or 13+1 10+1 7+1
  • Barrel Length: 3.25” 3.25” 3.6”
  • Weight: 23 oz. 23 oz. 27 oz.
  • Length: 6.5” 6.5” 6.8”
  • Height: 4.75” 4.75” 5.1”
  • Width: 1.45” 1.45” 1.45”
  • Frame Material: Alloy
  • Slide Material: Stainless Steel
  • Sights: Interchangeable SIG SAUER Type
  • Finish: Matte Black or Duotone

Like all of Bersa’s exceptional products, a Lifetime Service Contract comes with every Bersa BP UC Pro. See it to believe it at Bersa. Visit Eagle Imports, Inc. and Bersa at SHOT Show, January 17 – 20, 2012 at the Sands Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada. Booth 2610.

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I’ve always loved the PPK look and bought a Bersa Thunder .380 combat for $279 recently. Fell in love! So much that I also just bought a Thunder .40 UC matte black. Love this one too. I’ve had so many 9mm and .40SW over the years, finally going with .40S&W as my defensive caliber of choice. And now, the Bersa UC as my pistol of choice. A stunning piece my friends. It’s 2017 and the choices are staggering. Too many superb features on this gun to pass up. A REAL gun right here..

Newman Fertig
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Newman Fertig

Bought a Bersa Thunder Ultra Pro. Matte black, chambered in 9mm. I also bought a Glock 19. I shoot both guns alternatively and like them both. The Bersa was an economical purchase, is shorter than the Glock, and is much simpler to breakdown for cleaning. It will also eat anything. The Glock is a little more particular. Both guns scream quality! The Bersa has a strange attraction for me. Not sure what it is exactly. Maybe build quality. Not sure, but I highly recommend it. For it to share shooting time equally with the Glock, I think says a lot.… Read more »

TEX
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TEX

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TEX
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TEX

I got to say that I always thought Bersa was junk,cheap crap firearms. But after reading the posts here I realize I was wrong. All you men can’t be wrong !

Martin
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Martin

I have owned a Bersa UC .45 since the mid-90s and am extremely happy with the performance of the pistol. I agree that the only addition would be a laser from Crimson Trace which I will purchase shortly.

Stacy Raiford
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Stacy Raiford

I have had them all. Still have most but the two guns my life depends on are Bersa UC. Very reliable and super accurate for the price. Comparable to guns costing 3 times the price. I’d probably consider Bersa for any gun purchase.

Martin
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Martin

I have owned a Bersa Thunder UC since the mid-’90s and have enjoyed firing it on the range and have found it to be extremely reliable, easy to use and maintain. The only add-on I can think of would be a laser for better accuracy.
If you go to the Bersa site, you can find the gun in .380, 9mm, .40 & .45 calibers.
The only thing between you and enjoying your Bersa is the requirement that you have it shipped to a friend with an FFL or buying it at a store.

JC
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JC

MY Bersa .40 Thunder UC is the best .40 I own bro

John B Payne
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John B Payne

Just got mine last week, great gun. Came home and sold my smith & wesson jamomatic. First 100 rounds no jams sights are spot on OTB. Only concern is one mag is only holding 9 instead of 10.

Tony Barbee
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Tony Barbee

Bersa Thunder UC Pro 9mm, can I get this in a stainless DuoTone Finish

Steve Sleasman
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Steve Sleasman

Why is the pic labeled as the UC when it looks to be the full size Bersa Thunder?

ski
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ski

Do have the Bersa Thunder Pro .45 UC in stock? If so how much? If not when will you get them?

Russ Doak
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Russ Doak

Hello, do you have this "Bersa Thunder 9 ULTRA COMPACT PRO, DuoTone Finish," and how much?

Thank You.

Brad
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Brad

I just started paying on one of these. Well I should say my wife decided she wanted to buy herself a handgun, I mean she decided she wanted to buy me a new handgun for Christmas but wanted it to be something she could use for home protection. I was iffy about this piece and bersa in general. Being an avid shooter, I own some nice sidearms. A few 1911s. 1 para, 1 Wilson combat, and a sig sauer tactical like looking 1911. I also own an H&K ucp and p2000 SK. Also a sig sauer p250, and finally a… Read more »

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Hugh

Well, Brad . . . sales hype not withstanding, you got the very BEST 40 S&W made, nest to the Sig Sauer. I know since I have TWO of the Bersa Thunder 40 UC. I did extensive research on semi-autos because I couldn’t even afford to make a mistake with $400. I looked at, NOT lame reviews by Gun Reviewers, but Gun Owners . . . about 300 of them over a month & a half period. The TOP rated semi was the Sig Sauer with an acceptance rating of about 98%. Pretty damn good and at ONLY $980 [at… Read more »