The Bersa is a surprisingly reliable and accurate handgun. I often recommend it to those on a budget. I have no reservations concerning Bersa reliability. The finish is sometimes prone to early wear. My pistol has been carried for many months in a Gold Star IWB holster. This holster offers an excellent range of adjustment.
The Beretta was chosen based on its reliability. Not many pocket guns have the measure of reliability the Tomcat has earned. Next, the safety features. The Beretta is easy to load without racking the slide, simply tip the barrel up and load a cartridge into the chamber. The trigger action is well suited to a pocket gun. The trigger guard is wide enough to offer plenty of finger leverage. The double-action first shot isn’t difficult to pull off accurately — at close range.
The 10 Best Guns for Older Shooters
When it comes to guns for older shooters, there are many misconceptions. All of us have been diminished in ability in some ways, whether it be less visual acuity, a loss of muscle mass, or some other part of the inevitable decline. Shooters who have handled firearms their entire life have an easier track than others. They may simply move from a .45 to a 9mm automatic and save wear and tear on the wrist. They may add a red dot sight or some other high visibility type sight to help their…