Beretta pistols?

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    Beretta pistols?

    I carry a Nano, wouldn't trade it for any of the other single stack baby 9's. easy to shoot, simple to operate, and goes bang every time.

    I practice with the 6 round mags because that's what I carry, but the 8 round mags are now available and make it a little more comfortable to shoot at the range.

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    I have both a PX4 F full size 9mm and a Beretta Cougar 8045 and love them both. Never any trouble, eats all types of ammo that I feed them, never a FTF or a FTE. I would advise anyone looking to purchase a great handgun, buy a Beretta, you can't go wrong.

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    Love my Px4 Storm Compact .40!

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    I carry a full size 9mm PX4 daily in a Theis holster and love it. Also had an Inox 92fs for many years and have never had an issue with either gun.
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    I'm still loving my Nano! While I love the Theis holster shown above, my Nano rides in a Garrett Industries Silent Thunder IWB.
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    If you still want a Nano, Cabela's has them on sale.

    Cabela's: Beretta Nano 9mm Pistol
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    That's a good price. I got mine a little cheaper from Bud's but they're out of stock right now.
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    Just picked up a 90-two in 40sw. Definitly not a carry piece but a sweet range gun.

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    back in the 70 and 80 i carried a beretta jet fire (25 acp) as my backup on the job. great pocket pistol. well made and worked. somewhere around their 92f military time is seem that they lost their way and have not kept up with the new gun needs of the public. but i still like their older pocket guns in 32 acp, 25 acp, and 22 lr. great little pocket guns.
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    I love my Beretta 92's. They are a little hard to conceal but they are a great gun in every way. I had a .32 Tomcat that I liked but the rail (?) broke and I never went back to it. I also had a Beretta 84 in .380. I made a huge mistake getting rid of that gun. Beretta makes a good gun.

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    I was not overly impressed with the M9 (92FS) but it certainly had its good points over the 1911 (which I missed dearly). More ammo capacity & it shot well. It was sturdy. It went bang each time. But I still couldn't really learn to love it. I know a young lady who bought one before she entered the Army. Her reasoning was that with her MOS that would probably be her assigned weapon (and it is). She loves it & shoots well with it. I'll stick with Glock & M&P.
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