Taurus PT-111 vs. Bersa Thunder 9UC

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      Taurus PT-111 vs. Bersa Thunder 9UC

      I am considering these two guns for my carry weapon. I have read good things about both guns. Just wanted to come on here and get some expert opinions before I decide. Which would you choose and why?? Also, is there another gun you would recommend over these two in the same price range?? Thanks in advance for any help.

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      You'll need to decide which manual of arms is best for you. The Bersa is a DA/SA. The Taurus PT 111 has a unique system. It is SA (assumming the chamber is loaded), and becomes DA only if the cartriage misfires. This gives what Taurus refers to as a "second strike" capability. It does have a safety.
      I prefer DA/SA. I have the Taurus PT 92. It is DA/SA. Thus, I would choose the Bersa.
      I also like to see whether or not the hammer is actually cocked.

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