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I've gotten interested in these. Anyone with experience with one? How do you like it? A little too heavy for carry? Work well? Thanks. Joe
Had it, felt top-heavy, fte once with 124gr NATO, built like a tank, but ended up selling it
I like mine with no complaints, I got one of the eary models so it had some ejection issue's, but all I did was lock the slide back for a week and it seemed to work just fine, The new models seem to be running great,
I think its to heavy and bulky for pants carry, To each their own I guess, but I contacted high noon holsters, I bought a couple from them and its been nice,
The gun does conceal real nice when carrying it
Held one and played with it a bit but the combination of very short grip and top heavy gun made it seam awkward. I never shot it and left with a Kahr CWP.
Pocket carry one daily in dress clothes (dockers & button down). Size & weight is good yet is surprisingly shootable. Trigger & sights are good & beretta quality is awesome. I'd buy it all over again.
My CC guns are a Rohrbaugh, an early Nano & a PPS. The Nano has given me no problems after the first 200 rounds...had a couple of FTE's early on. It now shoots everything from 124gr GD's to 115gr Blazer Aluminum with no issues. Recoil is negligible, Talon Grips make the grip perfect and the Beretta night sights are super....all it takes is a hex wrench to install and adjust them.
Dumped my Sig 290RS (trigger and trigger reach sucked) and Shield .40 (mag drop problem that S&W could not fix) and am very happy with my stable of carry guns now.
Love the Nano.
BTW there's a GT supporter who makes a great pocket holster for the Nano: http://pjholster.com/?page_id=344
I have the nano and carry every day with inside the waist band holster. I put over 750 rounds through it most 115 gr. round nose. Love the gun😄😄
500 plus rounds. No problems with even the Russian crap.
Had a Beretta Nano for two months now. Conceals easily, runs flawlessly and I like the longish trigger pull. I sold my Kahr CM9 as I didn't like the trigger.
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