Holster for Bersa Thunder 9 Pro
The polymer used is a thermoplastic semi crystalline structure very ductile and tough. A low specific gravity material with high resistance to oils, greases, solvents, chemicals and corrosion, so it is used to replace metals in the industry.
Polyamides, in addition to strength, hardness and high toughness, also possess a high thermal deformation resistance (resistant to temperatures of -40 ° C to approx. +100 ° C).
The Automatic Holster made of a high quality polymer, with the automatic characteristic, comes to be one of the best holsters in the market.
Automatic Holster(AH) A police holster outfit with the “Automatic Action System” that gives a tactical advantage against aggression. What is Automatic Action System?
Is a system by which in one move the gun is drawn, the retentions systems are deactivated and the weapon comes out loaded. Automatic Holster(AH) Is a revolutionary holster in the World of police holsters, it solves all the worries that police force has in relation to the fire weapon they carry during service.
AH holsters are the first in the market providing an anti-theft system with three security levels which let the weapon totally protected facing any attempt of robbery or unintentional withdrawal.
All actions of “unholster and load the gun” are done single-handedly, safer, faster.
This handgun is an evolution of the Model 90, the first full size 9mm Luger pistol made by the Argentine company and introduced in 1989. In 1994, when the entire Bersa pistol production line was renamed "Thunder", the Model 90 was modified with better functionalities and placement of the fire control group, match barrel, improved sights, better ergonomics, lighter weight and increased magazine capacity. It then became the full size offering of the Thunder model range. Design Comparison (from left to right) SIG Sauer P226, TZ 99 (CZ 99), Walther P88, Bersa Thunder 9 The Thunder 9 shares little in common with the other handguns in the company's product line. While the smaller Thunders are a blow-back pistols similar to the Walther PPK, the Thunder 9 is a full-size, short-recoil handgun to handle the greater pressure of the 9mm Parabellum cartridge.
The gun bears some resemblance to the Walther P88 pistol, although the internal design is a modified version (double action) of the Beretta M 1951. The slide and barrel are high strength steel and the frame is aluminum alloy. Available finishes are black matte, nickel, and a two-tone with a nickel finished slide and satin black frame. All the available finishing styles are non-reflective. The polymer grips are integrated "wraparound" style. The trigger is double-action for the first shot, single-action thereafter. The magazine is double stack and the slide remains open after the last round is fired. The magazine release button can be reversed for left-handed shooters and it has a "round in the chamber" indicator. It is one of the easiest, if not the easiest, semi-automatic handgun to field strip for cleaning.
The pistol features ambidextrous safety, a decocker activated by the safety lever, emphasized sights, combat trigger guard, an integrated accessory mounting groove in the frame (added after the year 2000, in the Pro, for Professional, version), firing pin block; the pistol will not fire unless the trigger is squeezed all the way back protecting from accidental falling. Wikipedia.