Since its founding in 1958, Bersa has been known for manufacturing reliable handguns at affordable prices. The newest model in the family, the Bersa BP9CC, is no exception. With the addition of XS Sights tritium night sights, your Bersa BP9CC will be ready for every day concealed carry.
Bersa pistols have factory sights that are not ideal for EDC or a home defense gun. XS offers durable iron sights that will hold up to years of abuse and stay on the gun. Our sights come equipped with tritium to provide an illuminated sight picture in low light. Tritium glows for 10-years and does not require batteries or maintenance. Our DXT2 sights offer a sighting system optimized for defensive use.
DXT2 Night Sights offer the fastest sight acquisition on the market. The big dot front sight and open rear sight allow a greater field of view down range, increasing the front sight acquisition speed. The simple in-line sight picture reduces sight alignment time by eliminating an extra focus point compared to traditional notch and post sights. The dot-the-i sight picture prevents confusing the front and rear sight while under stress or in low light. DXT2 Sights are available with a Big Dot (0.188”) front sight.
XS front sights are equipped with our proprietary photoluminescent Ember Glow Dot technology. The Glow Dot features a high-contrast color in bright light, absorbs ambient light, and glows in low light. Ember is available in multiple colors to satisfy personal color preferences. DXT2 sights are available with a tritium or non-tritium rear option to fit your shooting style.
XS Sights DXT2 night sights will give your Bersa BP9CC the fastest acquisition possible.
Benso Bonadimani, Hèrcule Montini and Savino Caselli founded Bersa in Ramos Mejìa, Argentina in 1958. The three mechanical engineers had emigrated from Italy and initially provided parts and design services to Ballester-Molina. The firm quickly progressed to manufacturing firearms of their own.
The Modelo 60, a compact semi-automatic pistol chambered for .22 Long Rifle, was introduced in 1959. It was well received in its native Argentina as an economical, reliable concealed carry handgun.
Bersa introduced their first full-sized handgun, the Model 90, in 1989. The Bersa Modelo 90 was chambered for 9X19mm. Featuring a double stack magazine and a traditional double action firing system, the Model 90 was well received. The Thunder 9, an updated Model 90, was selected as the standard issue pistol for the Argentine military in 1994.
In 1994, Bersa introduced the Thunder family. The Thunder 32 and Thunder 380 are compact, single stack semi-automatic handguns intended for concealed carry and self-defense. Cosmetically similar to the Walther PP/k, the Bersa Thunder 32 and Thunder 380 feature aluminum alloy receivers to reduce weight, drift adjustable rear sights, and an external slide stop.
Bersa’s newest handgun is the BP9CC. The BP9CC is Bersa’s initial entry into the polymer framed, striker fired pistol market. Featuring a single stack, 8 round magazine and a smooth trigger pull, the Bersa BP9CC has quickly established itself as a top choice for an economical concealed carry pistol.
Luan – Bersa’s first handgun.
Modelo 60 – Semi-automatic pistol in .22 LR.
Model 90 – Bersa’s first full-sized pistol, chambered in 9X19mm.
Thunder 380 – Compact semi-automatic pistol in .380 ACP
BP9CC – Polymer framed, striker fired concealed carry pistol chambered in 9X19mm.