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The Beretta Nano is the ultimate evolution of the micro compact carry pistol. Utilizing a removable, serialized sub-chassis the Nano pistol can be easily modified with replaceable grip frames and is simple to disassemble and maintain. Ease of use and concealment were key drivers in the development of the Nano.
The Nanos extremely low profile, snag free design makes it easy to carry and draw from concealment. To accommodate right or left-handed use, the Nanos magazine release button can be easily reversed. The light, durable, frame employs modern thermoplastic technology through the use of fiberglass reinforced technopolymer.
The Nanos sights are user adjustable with a 1.3mm hexwrench and your fingers. This allows anyone to adjust their sights without the assistance of a gunsmith. Modular structure, ergonomics and ease of use make the Beretta Nano the ideal firearm for concealed carry.
Made in The U.S.A.
I had the same problem with mine jamming when I got it. I discovered very quickly if I used plus P ammo it will never jam, but cheap target bullets jam like crazy. I believe they are just not sliding the rail back far enough and the plus P bullets are. I trust it, but keep plus P bullets in the clip for concealed carry and expect the cheap ammo to jam when doing target practice.
I use Winchester Train and Defend ammo. I have fired hundreds of rounds with zero problems. With the 8 round magazine the Nano fits my large hands well. Adjustable sights and smooth lines make this my favorite conceal carry firearm.
I had the chance to shoot my Nano with different ammo since my first review and must admit it performed a lot better. I’ll definitely stick to 124 grain from now on.
I could have written Rick’s review word by word, since I had the exact same experience as his except I had three FTEs, rather than two, over just thirty rounds. Maybe mine was just a case of the support hand’s thumb rubbing against the slide. Possibly. I also have read multiple reviews indicating poor performance with 115-gr ammo, definitely improving with 124-gr.
All this to say that I’ll give this gun a second chance, correcting the aspects above, before giving up on it. Too bad because it’s such a sleek design with nothing sticking out of the frame except for the mag release.
Just purchased Nano hoping to have a new conceal carry. Took it to the range this weekend and despite properly lubing the gun, it jammed with the first clip. Happen twice, the extractor didnt eject the casing. Tried the extended clip, same result. Also, not happy with the long trigger pull from the factory. Despite good value, very disappointing.