Beretta Nano Guys...or Girls If There Are Any Here

Beretta Nano Guys...or Girls If There Are Any Here

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    Beretta Nano Guys...or Girls If There Are Any Here

    Those of you who have had a Nano for a while, how do you like it now? I handled one at the shop and the trigger was gritty. Was yours, and has that changed? What do you like about it? What don't you like about it?
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    So none of you bought one? Really?
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    I've had mine about a month, with around 200 rounds through it. I am very happy with it. The trigger did not feel gritty, just a heavier pull than my G23.

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    I don't have one, but have been following their release.
    There have been some extraction issues with some...especially with cheaper ammo.
    But it's been hit or miss.
    I've also heard that the trigger improves with round count.
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    No gritty trigger here. It serves its purpose when I need something small and compact. I've had some issues with Federal Champion 115, but never any problems shooting SD ammo. The sweet spot for target shooting seems to be the 124 gr.

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    I wonder if you have to deal with the gritty trigger or can quickly and easily smooth it out.
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    I would try another for comparison. Doesn't seem to be a consistent problem others have reported.

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    I've heard several people say that they noticed a gritty trigger, so it must be semi-common..
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    Well, there you have it. It's semi-common then. Glad I got a good one then.

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    I never noticed a gritty trigger on mine ... I have over 2000rounds on mine no probs...

    One thing Im suprised with is how accurate I can shoot with it at 10 yards and follow up shots for such a little gun... I normally use 124gr on mine. So I really like it, im just waiting now for mags extensions :)

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    Oh I forgot to mention the thing I didnt like was the slippery grip (given that its a small gun) so at d beginning I put some Hogue grips and it worked ... last month just for fun I switched and got some Talon grips on it feels great also... so I recommend getting some grips on it.

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    No gritty trigger on mine but the trigger is a little long. Not as long as the Ruger LC9. I have over 3200 rounds through mine. I like it!
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    Nice. When they first came out, lots of people were talking about the gritty trigger on the guns that they handled in stores. Maybe Beretta took care of the problem.
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    I've had mine for about 3 weeks and 200 rounds. I've had no issue with the trigger. Pretty good for a DA. Better than the 642 I sold for it.
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    My wife has had hers for a few months now with maybe 400 rounds through it. It definitely has a longer pull than my SR9c, but once you get the feel for it is good. I would never describe the trigger as gritty. Like most other folks, it has had a problem with extracting shells in the cheap ammo 115 gr. arena. No problems with 124 gr. Self defense rounds are no problem. I am looking to carry it in warmer weather with my shorts because of the size of the gun. Went with the rubberized Talon Gun Grips and love it!
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