Part 1 of 2. The Beretta Nano is my primary concealed carry weapon and home defense gun. I’ve put 1300+ rounds through it and carried it for about eight months. I hope to share with you some of my thoughts and findings about the gun.
This video reviews the Beretta Nano’s utility, design, accessories, and some elements of functionality. Specifically, this covers the Nano’s role as a concealed carry gun as well as elements of the gun’s design- good and bad. In addition, the review will cover accessories such as Talon Grips, Pearce Magazine Extensions, and the Trijicon/Beretta night sights. The video ends with a brief discussion on controllability and trigger pull. Part 2 will follow.
After going through the final editing, I realized I forgot to mention a couple things about the trigger. First, the Nano’s trigger reset is somewhat long. Second, given the long trigger travel and shorter distance between where the trigger breaks and the backstrap, shooters with big hands/long fingers might have to use their first finger joint to pull the trigger. You know what I mean if you own a Nano.
Below are the two aftermarket accessory manufacturers I spoke about. I haven’t reviewed their products yet, so I can’t make a recommendation one way or the other.