Nano 9mm vs PF9

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    i guess i'm the only person that LIKES to shoot it. it's hair raising! only mod i've done is add the handall jr.. not even the fluff 'n buff, which i will do in the future just to see if it makes a difference. i carry it in a desantis nemesis and i love it. nothing better for quick trips to the store in basketball shorts and sandals. and sometimes it's my bug.

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    Walther PPS is a thin single stack. Your best choice for American made thin single stack is the S&W Shield.

    Quote Originally Posted by RockSteady View Post
    I wanted to buy American. I researched on Internet for three days. Wanted narrower, shorter, lighter, and cheaper than S&W M&P Compact.
    Glock 26 & 27 plus Walther PPS are highly-touted, and I can trust the Austrians and Germans to make reliable pieces. But I wanted smaller and lighter (single-stack) gun to conceal, made in U.S.
    Tried triggers of Kel-Tec P3AT, Ruger LCP, and a Nano.
    I liked the easy-to-strip Nano, and I trust Beretta as a mfr.

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    My 2c,

    Have shot em both, have handled both, have carried both, have NOT shot anyone with em yet. but...

    Kel tek is the lesser of the two in quality, accuracy and durability. Thats not to say its a bad gun, it can kill and will kill and it will likely work for you well. Those Kel Tek lovers, please dont get all huffy here. I am not diggin into your favorite guns. But it is different.

    There is a SMALL price difference, and the Nano becomes well worth the diff. Add the swappable frames, slides, triggers and user replaceable sights, and its a winner. The ONE AND ONLY DOWNFALL I have found with the nano, is their slow availability of their mag extensions. I would really like to have one or two. Loose pinky is just not the best feel out there. Still, recoil is manageable without. Having shot both side by side, carried both side by side, its not a question.

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    How does the frame swap work? Would the frame be bigger? Longer? Thicker?
    Glock 23 - CZ 452 ZKM Special
    Walther P22 - LMT STD 16
    Mossberg 500A - Kahr P380
    Henry H001Y - Winchester 12
    Smith & Wesson M&P Shield
    Mossberg 500B - Marlin 336Y

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    Just remove a few pins to change the frame. The other frames will have integrated lasers, lights and other frame colors.

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    Oh. OK.
    Glock 23 - CZ 452 ZKM Special
    Walther P22 - LMT STD 16
    Mossberg 500A - Kahr P380
    Henry H001Y - Winchester 12
    Smith & Wesson M&P Shield
    Mossberg 500B - Marlin 336Y

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    Either is a good choice. The Nano is a little shorter in length, a little heavier, but I like the trigger better and the double recoil spring and guide rod on the Nano.

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    Have run 450 rounds through my Nano so far and no problems. I really like it but I too am tired of waiting for the
    8 round mags. Pearce doesn't make pinky extensions for it yet either.

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