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    #16
    Re: Replacing a Broken Bersa 380 Model 383 DA Slide

    Originally posted by Georeg W Smiley View Post
    Do you still have the slide? If so,I would like to purchase it
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      #17
      Re: Replacing a Broken Bersa 380 Model 383 DA Slide

      PM sent

      SJP

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        #18
        Re: Replacing a Broken Bersa 380 Model 383 DA Slide

        I do have the slide. Are you still interested?. Sent a PM but got no response

        SJP

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          #19
          Re: Replacing a Broken Bersa 380 Model 383 DA Slide

          I have a 383DA and the barrel has a crack down its length. Will the barrel also work as a replacement?

          Fcom716

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            #20
            Re: Replacing a Broken Bersa 380 Model 383 DA Slide

            You may want to check out my post in this section also:
            "Bersa 383-A - Broken Slide Replacement"
            http://www.bersachat.com/forums/show...de-Replacement
            Last edited by wolfgang the gun doctor; 03-01-2014, 05:10 PM.
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              #21
              Re: Replacing a Broken Bersa 380 Model 383 DA Slide

              Originally posted by p-t-max View Post
              Have a look at these three Thunder 380 slides.


              Can't help but notice the marks left by the Disconnector forward of the slot and how a 383's slide has a longer slot. When using a Thunder slide on a 383 does the Disconnector slot really need to be lengthened for proper function?
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                #22
                Re: Replacing a Broken Bersa 380 Model 383 DA Slide

                Originally posted by SJP View Post
                I have an incomplete 383DA slide but it is nickle and you will have to transfer all the parts. If you get down to needing it I will let it go fairly cheap. Send me a pm with an offer. I also have a spare parts bag with most of the necessary moving parts and 1 grip panel.

                SJP
                Do you by chance have a slide catch? and Spring?
                Please let me know
                Thanks

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                  #23
                  Re: Replacing a Broken Bersa 380 Model 383 DA Slide

                  Originally posted by hvacguy View Post
                  Do you by chance have a slide catch? and Spring?
                  Please let me know
                  Thanks
                  Welcome to Bersa Chat hvacguy. It's been a few years since SJP posted that, in fact his latest post was in 2011, so I kinda doubt he'll see your question. I think folks shop Ebay, Gunbroker & Numrich for obsolete parts. Also, our resident expert, Pollyb, may be able to help in regard to currant parts that interchange. You might send him a PM.
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                    #24
                    Re: Replacing a Broken Bersa 380 Model 383 DA Slide

                    Like mitchr said watch e bay and Gunbroker for parts and Parts Kits(usually parts from a destroyed gun)..Numrich will occasionally have some older parts.

                    regards jab
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