jugglingembalmer: I still can't wrap my head around how delayed recoil works-That is, what
makes the slide pause/stay locked before the barrel tilts down to unlock;
and what unlocks it so the barrel can tilt forward so the operation can
munrais: @jugglingembalmer There is a mechanism that "pulls" the receiver end of the
barrel down after it travels back a certain distance. The Browning
mechanism has a sort of link. The Beretta mechanism has a sort of twin
"cams" that do the work.
knicks599s: my thunder 9 has not jammed yet. it's going strong
bacardi0077: melones! 213 no existis
dene8989: @kfiresmith All guns jam from time to time. Even your beloved Glocks.
Lan Tran: you'd be hard pressed to find a bad review. For $380, it hold it's own
against higher priced 1911's.
facundo1988panqui: 213 te colgastes con el sonido...... ta bueno el video pero el sonido lo
olvidastes en tu casa jajajaja aguante la 214 viedma rio negro
Matias Valdez: NO EXPLICA QUE PASA CUANDO EL MARTILLO BAJA Y DA EN LA AGUJA PERCUTORA e_e
213 NO EXISTIS!!!
Kodiak Firesmith: @dene8989 What's hilarious is that I hate Glocks. I avoid striker-fired
weapons in general, but especially Glocks. Now that's a personal
preference; Glocks are pretty well made, the magazine and ramp design are
solid. The Bersa magazine design is really cheap, which is what's causing
part of the trouble for the Bersa. The feed lips are really crappy, sharp
edges, too thin, etc. The Bersa chamber ramp is also not great. Sharp edges
up top and not well polished. (I use FN Herstal now)
UntakenNick: Ese es el funcionamiento del 99% de las pistolas, no de esa en particular..
Kodiak Firesmith: See the part they miss is where the spent case stovepipes, or the next
round fails to come all the way out of the magazine. I was really hoping
the Bersa Thunder 9 would be better but you can really tell right away from
the crappy feed lips on the mags and the overly heavy frame that it's going
to be a stinker.
Bersa Thunder 9 - Ciclo de Disparo - Firing Cycle4.9
out of 5