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  • bersatoter
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    Originally posted by ammodotcom View Post
    Hey everyone, just joined the forum and eager to see what's going on here!
    Hello and welcome to the site! Little late to the party, but hello just the same.

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  • XXINrockXX
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    Hello from Indiana.

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  • mitchr
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    Welcome to the forum, ammodotcom!

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  • pollyb
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    Welcome ammodotcom ,

    Look around and enjoy yourself....things are kind of quiet right now with the political scene...

    regards jab

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  • ammodotcom
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    Hey everyone, just joined the forum and eager to see what's going on here!

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  • gun sane
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    Glad to meet you, 308 Ragin Cajun! Be sure to share some good recipes for etouffee while you're here. We like to eat as well as shoot.

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  • mitchr
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    Re: Louisiana

    Welcome to Bersa Chat Scott. Another good source for ammo is Freedom Munitions. Choice of new or remanufactured. If you don't reload, they have some kind of deal on buying back your brass. Never did it, so don't know how it works. I've shot a good bit of their remanufactured ammo; .380, 9mm, 40S&W & .45ACP & had one weak round.

    https://www.freedommunitions.com/

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  • 308 Ragin Cajun
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    Originally posted by critterdoc View Post
    Typical lows that I see searching for .380 on the web are not far from what you found for range ammo at the local gun store. My .22 frame falls nicely into my hand, so much so that I put a set of highly functional Crimson Trace Laser Grips on it just for kicks and giggles which make it fast, fast, fast as long as she does not go jamo-o-matic on me when being fed anything other than CCI Mini-Mag CPRN #0300. Sadly I cannot found those little CCI boolets ANYWHERE except for an occasional offer at off-planet costs. But it is a great little mouse gun, mostly.
    If you've got an Academy sports & outdoors near you, they usually have a pretty good selection. 50 Rd boxes of FMJ are usually $18-$20

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  • 308 Ragin Cajun
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    I live in New Iberia, just bought a Bersa thunder 380 and am liking it a lot so far. I have had a Thunder 9 for about 10 years. Looking forward to talking to you all in the future.

    Scott

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  • bersatoter
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    Re: Louisiana

    Originally posted by cdcharles1973 View Post
    Shreveport, or just outside of it anyway here. Lived in East Texas a long time but I'm in North Caddo parish now. I'm a happy thunder 380 owner and I'm glad to be here.


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    Hello and welcome from equally cold Indiana!

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  • Gunowner99
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    Welcome from recently cold PA!

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  • gun sane
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    Howdy, Lynn! Bersa Chat is a HUGE repository of information on that new Thunder of yours. We have several experts who are outstanding in the field....but we can bring them inside to answer any question you might have. Thanks also for wanting to join the ranks of the armed citizenry. It's a bonafide good right to have.

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  • mitchr
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    Welcome to Bersa Chat Lynn. Raised in Shreveport, but moved to Texas as soon as I could. Living in east Texas now, about 80 miles west of Shreveport.

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  • Lynn
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    Benton, La., here. We're next door to Bossier City which is across the Red River from Shreveport. I got a Bersa Thunder for Christmas. I'm new to weapons and my plan is to get my cc license.
    I'm looking forward to meeting some new friends and learn as much as possible.

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  • bersatoter
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    Re: Louisiana

    Hello and welcome from Indiana!

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