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Beretta Nano Range Report (first 440 rounds)

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    Glad to read your range report. I have had a hard time locating a Nano locally but a new local shop should have one for me this wed.


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    How's the recoil?

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    The recoil is not bad.Easy to deal with.After a 150 rounds,Hands get a little tired.Shots start to open up.That's just me though.
    Don't believe everything you think.

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    Yeah for what it's design .. the recoil is not bad at all... the weight helps a lot... given that it is not the lightest small 9mm but it's very accurate.
    If you go and try to shoot 300-400 rounds then you start feeling it for sure ... :)
    Last edited by kal0; February 21st, 2012 at 11:57 AM.

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    I have had the same experience as the other two Nano guys. It's not an all day range gun by any means. It is fun to shoot up to around the 100 round mark, but after that the fun starts trailing off. I've kept my sessions to around the 150 round mark.

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    Holster for Beretta Nano other cool things.

    I just purchaced a Nano and love it. The cool thing is that it has no external safety just a trigger safety. But you can chamber one and use the de-cock feature and the trigger if out of play. All you have to do is pull the slide back of an inch and it is cocked and good to go.. Sweet..
    Beretta is having a IWB holster made in Italy that will be available by the end of March (so they say). Here is the link. Deprecated Browser Error

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    Cool. I just wish the would come out with the 8 round mags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob04856 View Post
    I just purchaced a Nano and love it. The cool thing is that it has no external safety just a trigger safety. But you can chamber one and use the de-cock feature and the trigger if out of play. All you have to do is pull the slide back of an inch and it is cocked and good to go.. Sweet..
    Beretta is having a IWB holster made in Italy that will be available by the end of March (so they say). Here is the link. Deprecated Browser Error
    I bought a Bulldog Holster.They work good.Cabela's has them.
    Don't believe everything you think.

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