Love my little Tomcat 3032... It's in my pocket right now.
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This one goes out to all the Beretta Haters out their..
Lets hear it
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I recently picked a nano. its a nice little piece.
Hears what I of to say: I've been issued won, and never had a malfunction that wasn't clip related. Their fine guns as far as my experience goes. There not the smallest, lightest weight, highest capacity, or most accurate guns. I might of been issued 5 or 6 different ones over the years, all M9s. Have no basis to form an opinion on any other model.
Grammar mistakes on purpose for comedic relief.....
...love the big .45 Cougar and I'd love to have a Storm .45 Carbine someday...the 9s don't do much for me...
I had asked earlier about the Nano 9mm. A gun store,i go to had one.I don't need it but i like it.Any gun can fail,but,Beretta,hasn't been around,for so long,because they suck.Just haven't shot the Nano,yet.
They make some fine shotguns.
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Sorry to say my Beretta PX4 Storm Compact has performed flawlessly for over 1,000 rounds, so far.
And you know the really terrible thing about my Beretta? It cost less than one of the "Kool Aid" Specials, and feels better to shoot, as well.
"If you make something idiot proof, someone will make a better idiot."
I love my Cougar 8045. Granted, it's a Stoeger, but close enough.
FS92 9mm has been indestructible for 15 yrs. with over 5 thousand rds. through her.
If it were in 40 and wasn't from 92 I wouldn't have complained. But I had...interesting experiences. But hey, beretta is no different than any other weapon. I'm sure glocks from 92 wouldn't have done any better where I was. We were short of gear and had to make due. Just wish it was a higher caliber. But I believe in beretta, my experience was a tainted one due to an overused and undermaintenanced weapon but it still fired true...ish
It's HARD to find a Beretta hater! There's bound to be a good reason for that.
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Kind of a strange question.
I have had a .32 Beretta for more than 40 years, never experienced a hiccup with it./
Likewise, my 12-gauge Beretta double S/S shotgun. Lotta birds have hit the dirt thanks to that gun. I've had the chance to shoot a lot of Berettas over the years and cannot recall a single problem with any of them.