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Beretta Nano

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by kaybearheck, Feb 9, 2013.

  1. kaybearheck

    kaybearheck beaverton, oregon New Member

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    Hello, I am considering buying a Beretta Nano for concealed carry. I am a 30 year old woman with a small son and thought this gun might be a good one to get because I can concealed pretty easy because of the size.I plan on carry it on me . Do any of you have this gun? Do you like it ?
     
  2. BLAZERFAN

    BLAZERFAN Salem, Or New Member

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    Cool lil single stack 9mm great carry piece perfect for self protection
     
  3. Stomper

    Stomper Oceania Rising White Is The New Brown Silver Supporter

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    I love Beretta's, IMHO you can't go wrong with a Beretta in any flavor. I have not handled a Nano, but from the reviews I've read it IMHO would be a great choice for a CCW for a lady. For me, I'd carry it for "deep concealment", or use it as great backup gun (BUG) for my main carry piece.
     
  4. 206thsense

    206thsense Seattle, WA, USA Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    They seem to be more available than M&P shields, that's for sure. Go to a local range that will let you rent one, so you can try before you buy!
     
  5. redmud

    redmud Colombia river Active Member

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    I like the Beretta Nano alot and it is on my list of pistols to have my fiance look at. I have been researching smaller pistols for her, also on the list is the Sig Sauer P238, and P290, Smith & Wesson Bodyguard, and the ruger LCP.
     
  6. im566

    im566 Gresham Active Member

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    I have one and I love it, my wife also wants one for when she gets her CHL, is a very simple to used little handgun and is fairly accurate.
     
  7. ArgyleAdams

    ArgyleAdams Portland, OR Active Member

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    I handled a NANO at the store just yesterday. Though I think the texture could bear to be a little rougher I really liked the grip size/shape (and the one in OD green looked great), but I didn't like how heavy the DAO trigger pull was (had the same thought on the DAO Sig P290). That's just my personal preference, though. Give it a squeeze at your LGS (or even better, at a range) and see if it works for you. I really liked the grip and trigger pull on the Sig P224 SA/DA, but it's a slightly thicker (and more-than-slightly pricier) gun (and, I gather, a bit difficult to find in 9mm).

    One feature I really like in the NANO is that you don't have to pull the trigger to disassemble it (because that always makes me a little nervous).
     
  8. Straighthome

    Straighthome Wilsonville New Member

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    I bought a nano about a year ago. It has a pretty high bore axis but shoots very nicely. I've run several brands of ammo through it and lots of reloads and never had a misfire. It's very easy to deep conceal and also fits nicely in my wife's purse.

    My 17 year old daughter had a good time shooting it and it makes a nice match with my other Beretta. :cool:
     
  9. civilian75

    civilian75 Hillsboro, OR Well-Known Member

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