Looking for a new pistol? Then, Bersa has a newly redesigned model that you may want to take a look at. The Bersa TPR comes in both standard 4.25″ barrel and compact 3.25″ barrel versions with several new design features which make this worth considering at the price point.
Duncan Johnson brings us part of this statement:
“We’re excited to bring this next generation of Bersa TPRs to American consumers,” said Michael Sodini, President of Eagle Imports, Inc. “Once available only to military and law enforcement personnel, it’s always offered rugged durability and impressive accuracy. This new evolution makes the TPR officially one of my favorites for self-defense and sport.”
Of course, this pistol has other features that many shooters will like such as a Browning Petter barrel locking system to give consistent and reliable feeding of ammunition and ejection of spent casings.
Jacki Billings gives us more details on this pistol from the Argentinian company:
The pistol series includes a new thinner grip that grants shooters better reach to the trigger during single and double action. The TPR features serrations on the front of the frame as well as ambidextrous safety, slide and magazine releases.
The TPR series rounds out its attributes with a loaded chamber indicator, interchangeable Sig Sauer-style sights, Picatinny rail and an improved Browning-Petter locking system.
Another nice effect of this thinner grip is that women may appreciate it more as women tend to have smaller hands than men.
The TPR series is available in 9mm, .40 S&W, and .45 ACP options and starts at just over $500. It is imported into the U.S. by Eagle Imports.
With all of these design updates to a pistol which already had a good measure of respect in the shooting world, it’s likely that you’re going to see even more nice firearms from Bersa.