The Bersa BP380 Concealed Carry is Now Available in the United States

Distributed by Eagle Imports Inc., the BP380 CC is Bersa’s first polymer-frame handgun in .380, providing accuracy and firepower in a slim, lightweight profile that fits effortlessly in a pocket.

Bersa BP380 Concealed Carry Pistol
Bersa BP380 Concealed Carry Pistol

 

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Wanamassa, N.J. (Ammoland.com) – Eagle Imports, Inc., the exclusive distributor of Metro Arms, Bersa, Comanche and Grand Power firearms products, is pleased to introduce to the U.S. market the BP380 Concealed Carry.

The BP380 CC is Bersa’s first polymer-frame pistol in the .380-caliber and is specifically designed for concealed carry personal protection. The BP380 CC provides the firepower and accuracy needed to stop a would-be attacker yet its thin, light and compact size wears as a comfortable conceal carry.

Bersa has redefined what a concealed carry pistol is in the BP380CC. Instead of building around a subcompact frame like most concealed carry pistols, the BP380 CC has a full grip that allows for a positive four-finger hold and less felt recoil.

The pistol features a textured grip, a light, crisp and short trigger pull and interchangeable dot-sights. The full-size grip provides a higher carrying capacity than most subcompacts with an 8+1 capacity. While the BP380 CC is more accurate, easier to shoot and offers a larger magazine capacity than other subcompact pistols, it remains as thin and compact as ever at only .94 of an inch wide and 6.35 inches long.

The Bersa BP380 CC is made using cutting-edge manufacturing processes, the finest quality materials and truly reflects the performance, quality and durability that Bersa has built its highly esteemed reputation on.

 

The Bersa BP380 CC is available in a matte black or duotone finish. Every Bersa BP380 CC comes with the Bersa lifetime service contract. MSRP starts at $430.00.

Bersa BP380 Concealed Carry Specifications:

Model:                             BP380CC
Caliber:                            .380
Action:                             Short reset DAO
Capacity:                         8+1
Barrel Length:                 3.3”
Front Sight:                     Interchangeable Sig Sauer #8
Rear Sight:                      Interchangeable GLOCK® rear sight
Finishes:                         Matte Black or Duotone
Grips:                               Integral to frame
Construction:                  Hi-Impact Polymer Frame/Steel Slide
Safety:                              Integral Locking System, Firing Pin, Trigger
Weight:                            21.5 oz.
Length:                            6.35”
Height:                             4.8”
Width:                              .94”
MSRP:                              $430.00

 

For more information on the Bersa BP380 CC, visit www.bersa.com or contact your favorite firearms retailer today to see one in person.

About Bersa:

For over half a century Bersa has been manufacturing quality firearms and is known worldwide for reliability and attention to every ergonomic and functional detail. Boasting an excellent price-performance ratio and using the most advanced technology concerning design, production, and quality control has helped make Bersa one of the most prestigious gun manufacturers in the world. Sportsmen and law enforcement worldwide enjoy the benefits and quality of Bersa. For more information, visit bersa.com.

 

About Eagle Imports:

Founded in 1988, Eagle Imports is proud of its history and tradition of being an exclusive firearms distributor in the United States. Eagle is committed to fulfilling Bersa, Metro Arms Comanche and Grand Power’s mission in the USA and for providing the ultimate after-sale experience for all of their products. www.eagleimportsinc.com/

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Alex Smith
Alex Smith
5 years ago

Just shot 50 rounds through my new Bersa BP 389 CC.
The gun really fits my hand nicely and the trigger action is smooth with a short reset.
I did, however, have quite a few misfires using “Silver Bear” (Russian) ammo and one ‘stove pipe’..
Since Bersa has a good reputation, I’ll assume the ammo was faulty (although it reviewed very well). We’ll see what a more recognized brand of ammo does.
I am aware that this is a new model for Bersa and, as such, could suffer some early issues that nee to be ‘ironed out’.
More to come.