Beretta Nano

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    Beretta Nano

    We just got 2 Nanos in figured I would post some pictures of the gun as well as ask any questions yall may have about them.

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    I've seen this gun in the magazines and on line...never held one. So, my main question is: Can you get more than two fingers on the grip, with an average sized hand? The grip looks pretty short (not necessarily a bad thing), so curiosity is piqued.

    Also, does the gun have a magazine disconnect safety or can it be fired with the magazine out and one in the chamber? Looks like a very nice little BUG and the price is pretty good!
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    I've got about average sized hands and I can get 3 on the grip with that 3rd on barely resting on it. Also yes it is capable of being fired with the mag removed.
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    looking for a carry gun for the wife. Might be a good choice.
    I carry to protect myself and my loved ones from the BG's. Not to solve societies problems. That said: if more carried the deterrent would only have a positive overall effect on those problems.

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    Nice more permanent BS warning labels molded into the weapon. no thanks beretta, do not want anymore.

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    I don't give a rip what a gun looks like or what warnings are on the thing, as long as it meets my needs and works reliably.

    OP - How does it compare in size to a PM9/CM9? Looks like it is larger. Any chance you get to shoot one of them, we would all appreciate a range report!
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    Thanks for posting chalk. Great pics.

    I've been a huge Beretta 92 FS fan since I bought my first one in 1989. Having said that the Nano looks like the ergos leave something to be desired.

    How many rds. does it hold and how does it compare in size to a PPS?

    Thanks again for sharing.
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    It's larger than the PM9/CM9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thmtn View Post
    I don't give a rip what a gun looks like or what warnings are on the thing, as long as it meets my needs and works reliably.
    You see, it's the principal. There's principalities in the whole thing.

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    Chalk,
    Can you give me the SKU on that? No one around here seems to have it.
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    The Nano seems to have a look and feel to it that it is the offspring of a drunken night between a Taurus 709 Slim and a Glock 26. @ 10thmtn It is larger then a Kahr PM/CM 9. The Nano is rather front heavy and holds 6 rounds and 1 in the chamber. She has no slide stop on her at all and a recessed take down pin. It has a removable steel chassis insert ( Sig P250 anyone?) @ Coltman 77 It would be about the same size as a Walther PPS. Sadly I will not have a chance to shoot it at all. @luvmy40 I dont have a SKU for it ATM as I am @ home.
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    OP - Thanks for that.

    If it is sized like a PPS, then in no way is this a pocket gun.

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    I maybe blind but was the Co$t posted?? Still none by my house

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    No cost was posted ill up date that when i get back to work tomorrow
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    I got mine at a Cabela's for $429. I think it is a great little pistol. I wanted something that bridged the gap between my G19 and P3AT. I have a Remora holster on order, so I will see if it will be acceptable as a pocket carry gun.

    Haven't been to the range yet, but should be going soon.
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