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ProMag Bersa Magazine .380 ACP 7 Round Steel Blued BRA01

 
ProMag
BRA-01
708279001116
MAG-397
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These magazines were designed for professional shooters and law enforcement personnel whose lives depend on a perfect shot every time. Expertly machined for exceptional quality and guaranteed to feed and function for every shot. ProMag magazines include a lifetime guarantee, if you ever have a problem with their magazines; simply return them to ProMag for replacement.

Specifications and Features:
Bersa 383A / Series 95 / Thunder 380 / Firestorm .380 ACP
.380 ACP
7 Rounds
Steel
Blued
 

Item#: MAG-397,6-1024682,3-1024682,77658,2-MGPMBRA01,9-97281
Total number of Reviews: 92

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2.0 5
"I purchased two of these pieces of garbage for my wife's 380. One will not even go into the handle fully and the other has a weak spring and causes the rounds to jam. The cost savings is not worth the aggrivation."
4.0 5
"I found the same problem with my clip not going in all the way, then corrected the problem by removing one round from the clip. Found out the clips actually accepts 8 rounds , rather than just 7 and causing the problem."
2.0 5
"This magazine would not insert properly into the weapon. The cutout on the top right side of the mag is not made properly. I had to grind it to match the OEM magazine. It actually loads into the weapon now. I haven't tested it live yet."
1.0 5
"I ordered 1 to see how it works. I have to modify the notch in the magazine for it to go in properly. It will go in if I push in the magazine release button. I compared it to the original, you can see a differance. I will not order another."
4.0 5
"Bought one of these at a gun show. Did need some modification to insert the mag with out pressing the mag release button. Used a Dremel tool to cut off a little bit and to sand down the side of the mag that was catching on the mag release. It only took about 5 mins to fix and now it works great. Not the same quality as the factory mags, and I wouldn't trust it with my life, but great for the range. So, the bottom line is if you don't mind taking 5 minutes out of your day to make a simple modification, it is worth the $ saved in my opinion."
4.0 5
"I have had very good luck with the 2 I bought so far! Yes, they were a bit hard to insert at first, (NOT ANY MORE SO THAN THE FACTORY MAG!)but after a few times they work just fine! I had 1 FTF on the 1st 7 rounds, but then no problems with over 100 rds on each mag. So far I'm very happy!"
3.0 5
"I called this a \"kit\" since it requires modification before it will insert properly. This seems to be a well known problem and it is easy to see what needs modified by comparing the ProMag with the factory mag. Why ProMag doesn't fix this is beyond me! A couple of minutes under my vertical mill duplicated the factory design. A small file and a little patience will do the same for those without machinery. The spring is a bit weaker than the factory mag, but they work just the same. They are worth the savings to me, but it's your choice."
4.0 5
"I purchased 2 of these and they work well in my Bersa Thunderbolt .380 ACP. They are NOT as good as factory. The springs are a little weaker and the slide stop cutout is larger than factory. They functioned well without any mods, tweeks or filing."
4.0 5
"I bought three of these mags two worked just fine perfect the third needs a little work. A great deal on two mags for the price and I'll fix the third."
1.0 5
"Piece of JUNK. The mag won't go into the magwell of my pistol. Do not buy."
4.0 5
"I purchased two of these for my Firestorm 380. (Same as the Bersa Thunder 380)The quality is nowhere near to the Bersa magazine, but neither is the price. I use my OE magazine for my protection rounds and the Promags for practice. Sure, it is a little different than the OE one, but it works.Minor annoyances. Two of the Promags for less than the price of one Bersa magazine, I wasn't expecting much. The money I saved went back into my pocket.That is a good thing."
1.0 5
"Had the same problem as Jon. The magazine only enters the well if I press the release button. Not the best option for a concealed carry weapon."
5.0 5
"I bought 2 of these thought why not. 2 mags less than the price of one factory mag. Well quality wise I think they are very well built each one slides into thunder 380 easily. Fired 100 rounds through each without a hitch..Best of all made in good old U.S.Alifetime warrenty is a plus"
1.0 5
"It was cheap so thought I'd try it. Unfortunately, it turned out to be a completely useless waste of money. Can't even load 4-5 rounds before it jams. Doesn't matter what kind of ammo, it just won't take it. It would still be a rip-off if they were selling them for a $1 - don't buy it, it's JUNK!"
3.0 5
"this magazine would not fit into the mag well of my wife's Thunder .380. After comparing it to the OEM mag, could see that the notch at the front right needs to be ground down. After 5 minutes with a dremel & grindstone it would insert into the pistol without depressing the mag release, but it did so roughly. Metal of new leading edge was thicker than OEM, so a few quick passes with a small fine file and it is knife sharp. Now it slides just as smoothly as the OEM mag into the pistol. Haven't live fired it yet, but have manually cycled through this mag 5 or 6 times and it has yet to jam. Feeds just as well as the original. Great piece of gear, just needs some TLC from PRO-MAG (which is not uncommon with that company's products). I will buy more of these. 5 minutes of work on my end is worth the money savings."
5.0 5
"After reading the reviews I was a bit perplexed as to whether to purchase these magazines but being the cheap redneck I am I bought two for my Bersa Thunder 380 DLX. There was no way I was going to spend much money on a $250 gun. When the clips arrived I was quite suprised to find the build quality as good as the factory mag that came with the gun. I carefully compared the original mag with these promags and saw no major differences. I used a micrometer on all the dimensions and they were the same as the original. When I placed the magazine into the magwell it stopped about an inch from latching. I did what every red blooded redneck would do in this situation and slapped the mag home with the palm of my hand. I did this about 20 - 30 times with each mag and now they work as nicely as the original mag. The bullets feed just fine and I have had no further problems. Be careful that the magazine block or bottom plate does not come off. The plastic retaining pin that holds it in place is not completely engaged and needs to be checked prior to using the redneck method of making these mags fit the gun. Check it again when you are done and everything should be just dandy for many hours of enjoyable shooting."
4.0 5
"Both fit and load just fine but don't lock with out dressing the rounded edge of mag otherwise you need to push the mag release to get mag to go into pistol body. If you dress the ground edge with a dimond stone for dressing a knife blade thay install as good as a Factory mag and are about half as much.You will need to remove the Mag spring and follower and just clean the edge to give it a very slight radis 10 to 15 strokes otherwise would have got 5 bullets!!!"
5.0 5
"I've been looking for some factory mags for my Thunder 380 for quite some time, they're nowhere to be found. I decided to try the ProMag brand but was skeptical, so I've read the posted reviews and decided I could modify the mags if needed. I recieved the new off brand mags and am totally impressed! They slid right in, just as good as the factory Bersa mag that came with gun. The ProMags actually appear to be made better! Saved money and increased my loaded capacity. Big SMILE!!"
5.0 5
"Bersa came with one mag. I came to trusty CTD and whalla, there was the mag I needed. I ordered 2. Mags would not lock without pressing the mag release. No problem, I just took a jeweler\uFFFDs file to it, took a little off the round edge and presto it works like the factory mag at \uFFFD the price. Shot over 100 rounds today and they worked flawlessly."
5.0 5
"I shoot IDPA. My 9 yr old decided he wanted to also but my handguns were a bit strong for him. I bought the thunder 380, a holster and 4 extra promags so he could shoot in the matches with a handgun of proper proportion for him. we took the promags to the range and they ate up 100 rnds flawlessly today factory fresh and operated soley by a 9 year old beginner. they even properly released the slide when he smacked them home. I am getting 5 more so he doesn't spend all his time reloading during a match. I found they hold 8 rnds (factory mag too) however have not tested them at this capacity."
1.0 5
"I ordered two and they inserted fine into my Thunder 380 but the springs are weaker then the factor mag and I can't through a clip without a round jamming."
4.0 5
"I ordered one of these and had the same problem as previously reported with having to press the magazine release to get it to go all the way into the gun. Contacted ProMag by eMail and they replied that they were aware of the issue. Instructed me to insert the magazine until it stops against the release and slap the magazine in a few times without pressing the release button and it would 'fit' itself to the gun! Said as long as it inserted OK by depressing the release there would be no damage to either the gun or the magazine by doing this. Well I tried it (with reservations) and it worked! The magazine now inserts and releases as good as the factory mag. No problems in use either."
3.0 5
"I received this with a used 380 bersa. haven't shot yet but I had to have the mag released pressed in for it to install. I did some minor sanding near where the mag release catch is, that problem is solved. will range test soon and give aupdate as to how well this worksTHIS IS A USA MADE PART!"
4.0 5
"Well I ordered my first one for my thunder .380 acp Bersa. Didn't work at all with button in or out. Just wouldn't fit so i exchanged for another which i recieved today and works awesome now. If at first you don't succed try again till you get it right. Very good Product!"
4.0 5
"Just like everyone else I had to press to mag release to insert the magazine. Took out the mag spring and follower, and ground the rounded edge above the magazine catch slot on the upper right of the magazine. I used the relatively smooth concrete in my garage as my file :P, took all but one minute to file it to a taper. Fits like factory now. Will probably by another later."
4.0 5
"I purchased just one of these to see what the big problem is. The only problem I found was that you have to press your magazine release button on your Bersa before you insert the mag, otherwise it won't go. Others have said that they have just filed down one side of the mag to fix the problem. So for the price, and if you don't mind the 5 min job to make it work like oem, then get one. To me, I just wonder if it might void the lifetime warranty so I'm going to just press the magazine release button everytime to insert the mag, not that big of a deal."
4.0 5
"Like everyone else, this mag wouldn't fit into the pistol without depressing the magazine release. However, I took KB's advice that he recieved from Pro-Mag customer support and slammed it home once or twice. Now functions just like factory mag. Took it to the range today and fired 20 rounds with the mag and didn't have any issues. (I would have shot more, but .380 ammo is so damn expensive!)"
5.0 5
"As everyone else has experienced, the magazine would not fully insert without pressing the mag release. But, after following the advice from KB, I conditioned the magazine by pushing it in as far as it would go, then slamming it in with a good whack. Within 10 \"whacks,\" just as smooth as my factory mag. Suggestion: I'd like to see the manufacturer come out with a 9 capacity mag."
1.0 5
"Purchased one here from Cheaperthandirt. This magazine will not fit my two Bersa Thunder 380's without having to press the mag release while inserting.Not a good buy at all."
1.0 5
"I bought 2 Promags for my Bersa Thunder .380. Unlike the factory mag, they don't properly feed. One of them will misfeed pretty much any time (threw it in the garbage) and the other misfeeds on the last round ... every single time. I have to assume that the second one is a weak spring but otherwise okay. I certainly wouldn't bet my life on these things. I'm buying factory originals from now on."
5.0 5
"I bought these mags a month ago and finally used it at the range and I had no problems with them at all... I give it 5 bullets..."
4.0 5
"I bought one of these and like most it didn't fit properly, I used a file on the notch on the front right of the mag for a little and it still didn't fit. I read up on bersatalk and people say you have to forcefully slam it in. It hurts a little the first time but for the price it\uFFFDs worth it."
4.0 5
"Just got 2 mags for the wifes Bersa .380. Like every one else the mags would not go in all the way with out pressing the mag button. Take your hand and slam them in 6 to 12 times and they will work like factory. I am going to order more for that price."
1.0 5
"The BRA01 fits the 383A Series 95, not the Thunder 380. The BRA02 was made for the Thunder 380. I know, because I purchased one of these BRA01s and found what everyone else found; the notch on the right side of the mag is not cur properly for the Thunder 380. So, I'm taking this BRA01 back today and will probably stay with manufacturers magazine, if I have to bet my life on one, isn't it worth a couple dollars more???"
4.0 5
"I bought this for my Bersa Thunder 380 and it just arrived today. I had the same problem everyone else had - needed to push in the mag release to get the new mag to go in. I used KB's solution (from ProMag) and it worked like a charm. Now it goes in and out smoother than my factory mag does!!! I haven't had it to the range yet, but it appears to feed just fine when I cycle the slide."
5.0 5
"Yes, you will need to \"adjust\" as described below. Good thing you read the reviews. I got these for my wifes carry gun and they work great. It took all of 30sec. to make adjustment. These are a great value."
5.0 5
"I Just received three mags for my Thunder 380, and had the same trouble as the others. I had the press the release button to insert them. After \"bumping\" them in good and hard 4 or 5 times they now work fine. If it wasn't for these product reviews, I would not have known to do that. Thanks guys."
5.0 5
"Yes I got the same deal. I looked at the mag, the 380 came with and saw that the right side. If you install the mag in the gun and pointing it away from you the right side does not have the same notch as the left. So I got tin snips and snipped it square like the left side. Presto it works great, or you can file it, may take a little longer. 10 sec to tin snip, probably a few min to file it."
5.0 5
"This is a great mag at a great price. This mag slides right into my 383A. I don't understand all the bad reviews but mabye the new Bersas are more picky than my origional."
4.0 5
"Works great, No problems! No modifications!"
1.0 5
"Horrible product! Made so cheap that the follower won't even advance the cartridges with more than 3 in it without jamming up inside...I read all the reviews and thought I'd take a chance for the price, BOY did I screw up!"
5.0 5
"Purchesed 2 of these about a month ago. Haven't given me any problems. I mainly use these in my Bersa thunder. Concealed carry every day."
4.0 5
"I got this product yesterday, and I have to say that it is great. I put 50 rounds through it today with no problems whatsoever. It is actually smoother than my factory mag. Great purchase."
5.0 5
"I bought 2 for spare mags fro my new Thunder 380. Using the fitting recommendations from other reviewers, one needed a bit of fitting and the other worked without. Both fit and feed just fine now. They'll be carried along with the Bersa for concealed carry.Thanks!"
5.0 5
"Works graeat! No problems. No modifications. Great price and its made in USA!"
4.0 5
"The first mag fit. I also had to press release button. I \"slammed\" the new mag in about three times, and now it just snaps in. I have not fired with it yet, so as for reliability I have no opinion. The price is right if it works though."
4.0 5
"Don't freak out if you can't get these mags to work out of the box. These mags will work! Place the mag as far in as you can, and press mag release button, while pushing mag all the way in. Then release the mag slightly, and then push it back in. Repeat this a few times, and then drop the mag all the way out, and push it all the way back in. Also, there is a slight difference in mag weight compared to the factory Bersa mag, but other than that they are good spare mags."
5.0 5
"Just got back from the range with this mag, and it worked great. Just as good as the Bersa one I have. No jams, no misFeeds. Even went in the first time for me! A Great Product!!"
5.0 5
"After reading all the reviews on this Pro-Mag BRA01 magazine, I decided to take a chance on them. I ordered two. All of my tools, the Dremel, files, tin snips, and chain saw were ready to alter the magazines to fit my Bersa Thunder 380. I was surprized to find that they both clicked in perfectly just like the Bersa factory mag. I loaded 3 rounds in each and test fired both. Perfectly functional! Thanks CTD! This is one of the best deals yet for a Bersa Thunder owner!"
5.0 5
"It seems like all of the problems with these magazines have been solved by Promag. I purchased two of these mags for the price of one factory mag. I haven't had to do anything to them...no filing clipping, banging, nothing. I have put more than 50 rounds through them, and haven't had any problems. The only thing that I have noticed is that the magazine release button is harder to press in with the Promag than with the factory mag. I imagine that it will get easier with use. Good mag, great price, highly recommended!"
5.0 5
"The wife and I just got back from the range with this mag, and it worked great. Just as good as the Bersa one I have with no jams, no misfeeds. I bought 4 for us to us, and they even went in the first time for me! A great product and I recommend it to everyone who wants to have extra mags to use."
5.0 5
"Just got the mag and it went in my gun like butter and fast shipping."
5.0 5
"I bought 2 if these since most recent reviews indicated ProMag had fixed the issues with earlier versions. At less than half the price of factory Bersa mags, they were worth a try. They looked virtually identical when compared to the factory mag. I took them to the range and put 70 rounds through my Bersa 380 with no issues. I couldn't tell any difference in performance between the ProMags and the Bersa mag. Good product - great price."
5.0 5
"Clean feeding, no issues with Bersa Thunder - at least not the first few hundred rounds!"
2.0 5
"Mag was nice, but does not fit in the mag well on the Bersa 383 D.A. 380 auto pistol. It's too long. Price is great just wish they had worked."
4.0 5
"I ordered two of magazines. I had read the reviews, and sure enough the magazines would stop about an inch from being fully inserted. I then decided to use the method described in a few of the reviews, and slap the heck out of the magazine. It worked well on both of them; I slapped them in and ejected them about 20 times each. I have literally put hundreds of rounds through these mags and have had no more problems then with the factory mag. I only gave them 4 stars because, if I hadn't read the reviews I probably would have had a different experience with this product."
4.0 5
"When trying to eject the magazine, it is a little difficult, but no big deal. I have to hit the bottom or press the bottom of the mag before it can drop. But, not bad for the price."
5.0 5
"I just bought one. It works perfect right out of the package with no modification. A good value."
4.0 5
"I got this mag two days after I ordered it. Even after selecting regular ground shipping. I have not had any of the issues some others have had with this mag. I took it right out of the package and it was a perfect fit for my little Thunder 380 CC. I even had it at the range recently with no issues. I would give it 5 bullets, but due to the issues some others have had I may have just gotten lucky and received a good one."
4.0 5
"Good price for the mag. Only problem was it didn't lock the slide back on an empty mag."
4.0 5
"I purchased this to go with my Bersa Thunder .380 (Nickel plated). The mag worked well, without major issues. It did seem to need a little \"break-in\" time. First 2 or 3 loads were stiff...getting better each time. Color does not match, but for the price I am happy."
5.0 5
"I wanted a 2nd mag for my Bersa 380. The Bersa people wanted big money for their mag. Cheaper Than Dirt said \"we have your mag at less than 1/2 what Bersa charges\" quick shipping, the right part the first time & no hidden surprises. Thank you CTD. Bruzer"
5.0 5
"The spring in this piece is stiffer when new than on factory mags, but at the range they were all flawless with ball & HP ammo."
1.0 5
"Stay away from these magazines. They will not fit the Bersa 383AThe front of the mag is square rather than rounded. I orderedtwo and kept them only for parts."
5.0 5
"As good as the factory mags or a little better. Never fails."
5.0 5
"I bought one cause when we bought my wife's Bersa Thunder .380 it only had one mag. It went right in the magazine well no ifs, ands, or buts about it."
5.0 5
"I bought 2 of these for my Thunder 380. They look, work, and operate identically to the factory mag. No malfunctions on all ammo. No break-in or 'slamming' was necessary as stated in other reviews. If there were any problems, they seemed to have fixed them. Lifetime warranty, so you can't lose. Great Buy! Thanks, CTD."
5.0 5
"If u have an older model 383A this Mag is for you. I have an older series 380 Bersa 383A and these Mag's worked perfectly right out of the box. They seemed to fit better than the Mag that came with the gun. I bought one from Cabelas that I have to take back would not fit in my gun payed $37 for it. Thanks!"
4.0 5
"The mag works fine with my Bersa 383A. The only problem will not come out of the as smooth as the factory mag. Otherwise, fine mag, fit and finish."
4.0 5
"Upon reading the reviews I was hesitant to order this for the brand new Bersa Thunder 380 that I purchased in October but after taking it to the range this week, I can say that I had no issues with FTF or FTE with an entire box of ammunition for this one magazine. No extra recoil or action required during shooting. The only thing that was a bit off about this magazine was the fit. Initially it does not seat into the weapon as easily as the factory mag but after some oil and repeated motion it eased up a bit. As for the mag eject it slides out easier than the factory mag. I'm ordering another one of these this week. I highly recommend this mag for the price."
5.0 5
"I purchased my Bersa Thunder 380 in July 2010. The MAG-397 purchased from Cheaper Than Dirt works GREAT! I've probably ran 100 rounds through it with no jams or problems. I'll order 2 more of these on my next order!"
5.0 5
"Great mag, Great price, functioned flawlessly, approx 100 rnds."
4.0 5
"I ordered two mags for my Bersa Thunder .380 and had no feed problems. However if you combat or tac shoot these mags do not drop out when released. For the value I will purchase two more."
5.0 5
"I was hesitant based on previous reviews, however these fit and work wonderfully in my Bersa Thunder .380. I do not use while CC, these are used to make range time more efficient. Cheap enough for that purpose, and work as well as the factory magazines."
5.0 5
"Bought one of these to add an extra for my Bersa Thunder 380. Note the difference between this mag which has a rest for the pinky which keeps my entire hand on the gun, and I have big hands. The CC version fits the Thunder 380 but the flat bottom is a deal breaker.So I loaded this mag with Winchester flat .380 rounds and tested release from the well with a loaded clip. It sprang out as expected. I then loaded some snapcaps intot he mag and dry fired (with manual eject) and they all fed through without a hitch. I imagine if you get stovepipes your casing is flawed or you need to get a little oil in there. With brass and nickel this mag was properly feeding rounds. Not a single jam. Get them while the price is where its at!!"
5.0 5
"Got mine as a third mag for my Thunder 380. Looks like ProMag finally worked out all the kinks because I didn't see nor experience any of the things people earlier complained about. I will be ordering more as soon as the Duo Tone's twin comes in."
5.0 5
"I bought my Bersa Thunder 380, it only came with one mag, I researched online, found out the original equip was rare and expensive. I read all the horror stories about third party magazines, bad feeds especially on the last round, will not insert or eject.I bought 2, took them to the range, 3 different brands of ammo, FMJ and JHP, NO PROBLEMS."
5.0 5
"I love it!!!! Fits great,feeds great,and much cheaper(pricewise) than the Bersa mag.I have a Bersa 7 rd mag and a 9rd mag,as well,and the Promag works as good as the Bersa stuff....Thanks CTD,you guys rock!!"
5.0 5
"I bought four of these mags for a new to me but very used Bersa Thunder .380. The new mags and the original Bersa mag have all worked flawlessly in two range trips with 200 rounds total fired thru all five mags. The springs are stiffer than the original, which makes them slightly harder to load, but not much. The mags need a little extra pressure to activate the mag catch but I only notice this at home when I was seeing if they fit well. It is not something I notice at all on the range. I highly recommend these mags."
1.0 5
"Around May of 2010 I purchased one of these mags for my brand new unfired Bersa Thunder 380. Despite reading horror stories about people slamming, filing, or in some painful way altering these mags to get them to cooperate with their bersa. Now when I received this mag (good note came quite quickly) I placed it in my guun and it did not go in all the way after tinkering with it I found the only way to make it fit was by holding the mag release down. I then began trying slamming it and the mag actually broke and the spring shot accross the room! I think I will try ordeiring another one now. It seems people are now giving positive feedback. Maybe the design changed?"
4.0 5
"I give 4 bullets at this point, haven't fired it yet. But, has same shape as factory mag-rounded in front and flat in back. Looks, inserts and releases better than Bersa mag. Loads 7 bullets fine. If it feeds well I will give the 5th bullet and order 2 more mags.Gives the older Thunder 380 a fresh, appelling look."
5.0 5
"Wanted to report that I ended up buying a second mag for my Bersa Thunder 380 and guess what. Yep- this one is perfect too! The only grip I have might be that really this seems capable of holding 8 rounds, that would be beyond awesome. But still the quality remains top notch. I fired 50 rounds from each promag magazine just this afternoon and not one misfeed or stovepipe. They feed just right and the mag pops right out for me to reload a new mag. These are a deal! I would like to have more but maybe more than three is nutty."
5.0 5
"I bought a pair of these mags last year and they would not load properly in my Bersa Thunder .380. I returned them with no problem because CTD is awesome. I read the reviews and decided to give them a second chance. I'm glad I did! I ordered one and took it to the range. It works just like the factory mags that came with the gun! I loads and feeds very well with zero issues or hassel. I think ProMag listend to all our our complaints and corrected the problem. I'll be buying more of these!"
3.0 5
"These function well in my wife's Bersa 380 except that, occasionally, they will fail to lock the slide open after the last cartridge has been fired. The original Bersa magazine does not have this issue. The lip on the Pro Mag follower that is supposed to engage the slide lock when the mag is empty seems to be \"off\" just enough to create a problem."
5.0 5
"If you are ordering this you probably already know your Bersa is a good little firearm, and that the factory magazines are expensive. I ordered 2 in March 2011 for use in a Thunder 380 duotone, and have used them for practice to the tune of running around 150 rounds through each. I trust them as much as the factory mag, with no problems out of either. I used a Dremel cutting wheel recently to cut the pinky-extension portion of the magazine off, and then sanded it flat with sand paper and coated it with a single layer or Krylon flat black paint to cover what little visual roughness remained in the plastic. I have ended up really liking the removal of the pinky extension for carrying purposes, it keeps the pinky ext from \"pointing\" underneath tshirts, improving overall conceal by a worthwhile factor."
5.0 5
"I found other sites that had 'factory correct' Bersa 383 mags for $29 each (!!!) and then found these...I got 5 and they work like a champ. They are perfect replacements for the nickel Bersa 383a magazine and cycled repeatedly with no FTL's....might pick up a few more :)WOULD reccomend to a friend.."
5.0 5
"So I bought this clip so I would not have to reload constantly at the rang, not one problem with feed fire or the slide not locking at the end, my only thing was at the bottom where the handle meets the mag a slight gap but does not affect the function of this mag. well done ProMag."
5.0 5
"I have noticed some reviewers complain about a weak spring. Not sure if Promag had a bad batch of springs but the ones I got are stronger than the Original Bersa mags. I got one about 8 months ago to put it through it's paces. It has had about 500 round through it, it has performed flawlessly. Left rds to check for a spring getting weaker, not at all. The spring is much stronger than the original Bersa mag. The fit is as good if not better than a Bersa Mag. I know some here say they have had some issues with fit. The first one had no issues at all, I just got 2 more of these mags and they are also as good as the first mag. All the mags fit perfectly and perform as good as if not better than Bersa mags. The best bang for the buck out there. I got 2 of these for the same price as 1 Bersa mag.Thank you CTD"
5.0 5
"Awesome magazine, bought it for 380 Thunder.....perfect worth every dime."
5.0 5
"My wife and I ordered 6 extra mags (3 each) for our Bersa Thunders. At the range during home defense training the mags get passed around randomly by our trainer with one round, 3 rounds or fully loaded to practice quick mag changes. Hers, mine and ours. Two guns and eight magazines, never can tell which is the original manufacturer's and which is the after-market. None of them have skipped or missed a load even after several practice sessions of dropping in the range dirt (cleaned afterward of course). I like things that work."
5.0 5
"Purchased 1 Promag Bersa 380 magazine to try out in my Bersa 380 duotone even after reading previous bad reviews. Purchased last month, finally went out today to try the magazine out. Had no problems whatsoever with this magazine in my Bersa 380. Plan on ordering 2 more in the near future. Improvements must have been made on this magazine I had no problems."
5.0 5
"I was a little timid to buy these after lots of bad reviews. I don't know what they did to the magazines, but they work now! I had no issues with the 2 I just bought. Great magazines for the price!"