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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-17-2013, 02:46 AM Thread Starter
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Beretta Nano

Does anyone here have one? Any thoughts on them? I am looking at maybe purchasing another carry gun, and the nano looks pretty good to me......just looking for some honest experience with them....

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-17-2013, 11:39 PM
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Re: Beretta Nano

I have had one as a carry piece for 6 months. It is a bit top heavy but I have grown to love it. I have read reviews where it doesn't like light (115 gr.) ammo, but I have not had any FTE issues with them. I carry with Hornady Critcal Defense 115 grain. I think Beretta has an extended mag that is now available. I might pick one up for the range, but for carry it is good for me as is. Hope that helps!
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Re: Beretta Nano

Had one, sold it for a S&W Shield 9mm. Both good guns.

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Re: Beretta Nano

What about the Sig P290, and S&W Shield too??

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Re: Beretta Nano

good gun also consider the s&w shield 9mm, ruger lc9, sig p290, taurus pt709
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Re: Beretta Nano

Well, I ended up with another 1911 instead of any of the above...........I ended up buying a used Para CCO in the same price range.......

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Re: Beretta Nano

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Well, I ended up with another 1911 instead of any of the above...........I ended up buying a used Para CCO in the same price range.......
Thats a sweet grab! I almost got a nano. but I still might pick one up.

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Re: Beretta Nano

I have a Nano and I like it. But I bought it before the S&W M&P Shield came out. Otherwise, I might have gone with the S&W.

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Well, I ended up with another 1911 instead of any of the above...........I ended up buying a used Para CCO in the same price range.......
Thats a sweet grab! I almost got a nano. but I still might pick one up.
Yea, I couldn't pass that deal up, especially since it is really close to the same size as the others I was looking at, other than the weight.........plus I am a sucker for having more firepower......

I did really like the Nano though, the LC9 was pretty decent, but the triggers are atrocious........

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