Thunder Pro Ultra Compact 40S&W Matte Black Finish

Thunder Pro Ultra Compact 40S&W Matte Black Finish

Click on above image to view full picture

More Views


Compact and powerful, the Thunder Pro UC is perfect if you need stopping power without the bulk. And thanks to a Browning Petter barrel locking system, you’ll see reliable feeding and ejection time after time. Also available in a large caliber .45 ACP.


Caliber .40 S&W
Action DA/SA
Capacity 10+1
Barrel Length 3.25"
Front Sight Interchangeable Sig Sauer Type
Rear Sight Interchangeable Sig Sauer Type
Finishes Duotone, Matte Black
Grips Checkered Black Polymer
Construction Alloy Frame / Steel Slide
Safety Integral Locking System, Manual, Firing Pin
Weight 23.0000
Length 6.5"
Height 4.75"
Width 1.45"

Customer Reviews

4 Item(s)

per page
Great replacement for 1911A1
Review by Dennis (on 7/11/2017)
Carried a 45 for years in the Army but to bulky tor concealed carry. Replaced it with 40 Ultra compact pro and love it. Bad eyes so looking for brighter sights
Perfect all around CCW
Review by Billy D (on 5/15/2017)
I love this pistol. I bought mine 8years ago and fired over 5,000 rounds with only 1 FTE/FTF issue. this was after shooting 200 rounds of cheap dirty Tulammo. I wouldn't trade this for anything. This is my regular off duty carry gun. Has been for 8 years.
Impossible to beat for price.
Review by Hugh M (on 9/25/2016)
Previously had a Beretta 92FS 9mm; qualified with a 351, but wanted something smaller and with more 'knock down' punch. Spent 1½ months checking OWNER reviews [no 'paid expert stuff]. Found Sig Sauer to be best liked with a 98% acceptance at OVER $1,000 cost. Surprisingly, the Bersa had over 94% acceptance at a cost of under $400. I purchased the "Thunder 40 SC Pro for $399 brand new. Came with 2 mags. I have fired several types of ammo with NO issues whatsoever and qualified with a 344 even with the short 3 1/4" barrel [and bouncing target]. However, my CC ammo is a +P+ grade with 527 ft. lbs., muzzle energy and I was concerned as to whether a small 40 caliber gun could take 357 level ammo. No indoor ranges would allow me to shoot the Corbon Powerball .40 so I took it to the desert, found a 30' dirt embankment and fired 5 rounds as fast as I could pull the trigger [at $1.50 per round, that was my 'allotment']. The gun fed, fired, ejected, and kept right on going without a single failure. Now, having fired it about 500 times [NOT the 'Powerball' ammo], I don't know if I would trade it for a Sig. I consider it the very best .40 cal sub compact on the market.
Very good cc pistol
Review by Roadmap (on 6/21/2015)
Have had mine for 3 years, over 1,000 rounds thru without a hiccup. Eats win white box, JHP and reloads all the same, loaded low and hot, 165 and 180 gr Rainier bullits mostly. Carries really well in a UGB holster with FBI canter. Can make a really nice 10 round hole at 7 yards, but my eyes are not so good anymore at 15 and beyond. I can shoot my BUCPro as well as my Sig 220 Elite. Grip has good bite.

4 Item(s)

per page

Write Your Own Review

Only registered users can write reviews. Please, log in or register