The Thunder 380 model was introduced on the gun market on 1995. It is a double-action, semi-automatic, chambered in .380 ACP caliber. This pistol features a safety catch on the left of the slide that is blocking the firing pin and decocks the hammer. The gun is available in the barrel 3 ½” and the total length of the gun is 6 ½”. The Thunder 380 features a recoil locking system and is available in blued, mat-nickel or mixed finish with a blued frame and a polished slide with black grips made of synthetic material.
Some of the weapon’s remarkable features include low recoil, accuracy, and endurance.
The Thunder 380 is popularly used among recreational shooters in the U.S, making frequent practice reasonably priced. There is also a thicker and longer-barrel version of this gun model available, used more by professional shooters.