With an ever-increasing population of concealed carriers, the U.S. market is lousy with single-stack, sub-compact pistols. I don’t think we’re anywhere near saturation, either. Which opens up the doors to handguns like the inexpensive, Argentinian Bersa BP9CC. Cheap and cheerful concealed carry companion or South American Saturday Night Special?
In this episode of TFBTV, James reviews one of the less well-known options available to concealed carriers, the Bersa BP9cc. It is Bersa’s first polymer-framed handgun, and has an excellent trigger with a light 4lb pull. It’s also very inexpensive, and uses 8 round magazines, permitting for a full grip. Watch the review to get James and retired Army Ranger, Jacque’s, opinions about the BP9cc.
My first experience with Bersa, the Argentinian gun manufacturer whose products are imported by Eagle Imports, came a few years back while filming a TV show in which we were reviewing one of their famed Thunder compact semi-auto pistols.