I almost bought one after handling it at my lgs for $399. Absolutely loved the way it felt in hand an had seen a lot of positive reviews, but ultimately picked up the m&p I had set out for.
Love Mine so far
Mine has been great. I have only shot 114 rounds but they were all flawless. Conceals very well. I paid $379 from Buds + the $25 transfer fee from my FFL.
Guys so as you know the markets pretty slim right now for well..really anything
I'm lookng to get a 9mm..And not alot out there in my $400 price range..
And I cant find any good used guns anywhere online or around me.Prices way too high.small business.
Anyways I've been wanting to get one of these anyways for awhilee now.. .n Im all for Beretta to.
I'd lke something that would be better for my wife to shoot, how bad does this thing kick?
Also is it too small in your hand or is it better than u would think it would be..?
These two factors will probaly make it or break it..
You all went an put me over the edge with all these positive reviews!
So tonight I went to Academy and bought a Nano ($429.99, plus tax - Total $460.09)
I cannot wait for tomorrow to fire some rounds.
Regarding drinknshoot's question regarding kick, there is a good review at The Truth About Guns by a girl named Destinee. She has a some YouTube videos that may help answer your question. Gun Review: Beretta Nano | The Truth About Guns
dangit I saw it in her hands..
Too small for what were lookin for right now dang..
If u got extended mag would it give more grip on the bottom?
The ones I have seen run good I like the shield better but i think it is a good gun
Just picked up mine this afternoon. Was looking for an FDE version but I'll take what I can get at this point. Ammo is a real problem though. The shop I bought from had range ammo for $23/box. Ouch. Looking forward to getting on the rage with it. Ordered a Remora and SHTF holster this afternoon.
Fired off about 45 rounds of American Eagle 124gr FMJ this morning. Very nice!
It has a long trigger pull, but manageable with a little practice. Recoil is not bad, just focus on a firm two handed grip as the short handle is also a learning curve.
I think I will get a Remora holster for it too. Remora Series 4ART "RFT" Holster (Pocket / IWB)
I found one locally for $399. Anyone install a spring kit or anything to reduce to trigger weight? Results?
The trigger pull seemed very long to me when I tried it in a store. Does it reset quickly for second shot?
My lgs sooner state pawn had several for $375 in black , od and fde
I had problems early on, but has been good as of late. It has been stated that the Nano was originally designed for .40S&W, so maybe the recoil spring needed some break in period. I also only shoot 124 or heavier in it now.
As far as the recoil, I do not find it objectionable. Not any worst than my Glock 27 which I really like to shoot. Until Glock makes a single stack 9mm or .40, I will be happy with the Nano.