Do you miss the slide release?
Do you miss the slide release?
I considered all the single stack 9 options before I purchased one. There are other options that are just as good, but for me, Nano was my choice. It's the most comfortable, fits my hands the best, smooth sides for comfortable carry, reasonably accurate, and I've always had super good results with other Beretta products.
I've got over 1400 rounds through mine now and the trigger is lighter and smoother. The Nano was a good choice for me.
Ok since we're talking about the Nano, how do you think it compares to the Ruger LC9. I'm looking for a pocket 9 for summer carry and I like the feel of the Ruger. I haven't had a chance to hold a Nano yet.
Love my Nano, would not say the trigger is gritty, but long as a D/A auto should be. Beretta quality, simple easy take down, shoots as intended for S/D and a short Barrel handgun.Nice and smooth on the outside, no protrusions at all.Not a single issue and not one FTE or FTF. It ate all kinds of ammo.Frog lubed mine...I love that stuff. It was way over oiled from the dealer. I paid $ 388 plus tax which I thought was Great ...
Bought mine in August as my first handgun, and I still love it. Shot a G26 prior to buying this, and the Nano shot much softer. I have 400 rounds through mine with not a single issue. I kept the slide locked back for 2 days prior to shooting as some people online recommended.
Plus the extended (8rd) mags will be out soon.
It conceals very well, light, acurate as I can be, Put talon grips on , like those and they are cheap, like me. have several hand guns and i carry the nano every day, even at home most times cause its already there when i get home, shoots fine, gritty never noticed,, to each his own, good and bad for every manufacture, rent one then you can really decide, ME I am happy with it.
I was out to fire the my new little guy this past weekend. I was not thrilled with the Nano but a friend thought it was a good gun as a carry weapon. We shot 150 rounds. We had quite a few rounds Fail To Eject and used a variety of brand ammo. The ammo could have been the problem. I have read a few reports that attest to that fact. I will buy a different higher end ammo to see if that makes a difference. As for the comfort level the friend thought it was great. I do have large hands?
Really? That sucks. What's quite a few?
I have shot about 700ish rounds through mine ranging from light reloads to +P...not one malfunction. The more I shoot it, the more I love it! My trigger wasn't the best at first, but it's pretty nice now.
Love mine! Paid $359 before tax. FrogLubed it - Wonderful smooth action! Sandpaper Talon grips make for a secure hold (I have small hands)! Groupings small enough last time that the young people in the lane next to mine stopped shooting and remarked, "Wow, you're good!" (music to a lady's ears) and my CC instructor started calling my Annie (not my name). Have Crimson Trace Laserguard on order for $170. Using 124 gr without a single problem. Really, really easy to conceal. Smooth draw - nothing to catch. What's not to love?