it looks like a nice gun for concealed carry, eventually we will get that right in IL
I will second that about Kahrs. I had always been a Glock kind of guy until I discovered Kahr pistols. I've handled several Kahr models and have been extremely impressed with the ergos, funtionality, and quality (even in the mini-.380 model). To date, I've put several hundred rounds through my Kahr 9mm without any significant issues or problems. (No stove-piping, misfeeds, etc.). Another nice thing about Kahr is that they also offer an economical line of pistols, known as the CW series. Basically, you get essentially the same firearm (sans a few machining processes, an extra mag, and an adjustable front sight), for a fraction of the cost. The 9mm is also relatively lightweight, weighing in at about 17 oz. unloaded.
Sorry, I got off topic there. To answer your question, I just had a chance to see the Nano up close this past weekend. I was a little disappointed, really. I was hoping it would be somewhat smaller and less bulky. (This is my main contention with Beretta's larger PX4 Storm models. It's like carrying a brick in your pocket ).
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I hear yah Tony. I would love for carry here. It won't happen in Chicago. You might need to move down here to the better half of the state.
I am a huge fan of Beretta firearms BUT if I am going polymer I am going Glock or Kahr. That is my personal opinion. I have spent a lot of trigger time behind both and they performed as one would expect from either brand, squeeze the trigger they go bang ... everytime. I am more partial to Glocks as I just shoot much better with them. John
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thanks for the replies everyone, i will have to check out the Glocks and Kars as well. My service pistol is a Beretta so that is all i have ever shot, a 92d centurian if i recall correctly. i do have some pretty big mitts so hopefully i can find something that will fit nicely.