Have a Beretta Nano. Some have had issues, I have not and the gun works as advertised. The gun can fire +p and +p+ although with the disclaimer that reads.....
"The extended use of +P or +P+ ammunition may decrease component part service life expectancy. "
So here is my question...what are we talking about in terms of what exactly is extended use?
300 rounds? 1000? 2000?
I use standard rounds at the range for plinking (200-300) then my last 40 rounds or so are +p+ because that is what I load when I carry and I want to be proficient with both the weapon and my carry ammo. Are those 40 rounds every 3 weeks going to turn my Nano into a paperweight in two years?
Is there an industry standard for such "extended use"? Any guidelines? Am I looking at replacing a couple components down the road or rendering the gun inoperable or damaged?
Any insight welcomed.