June Lewis: Thanks for your review of the Beretta Nano! I was about to pull the trigger
on buying this gun, because I have encountered an excellent price on a flat
dark earth model. However, I have heard too many people say they have
experienced a ton of ftf. I love Beretta products, but I don't want the
hassle of having to send in my gun, as soon as I get it. I have had the
Glock 26 for more than ten years, and I have not experienced a single
problem with it. Oh well, my search will continue for a more diminutive
9mm. Again, thanks for putting in all of the hard work in helping us, the
gun buying community!
craig6t: Hi, you probably know this by now, but the nano tends to like heavy
bullets. That's usually the issue with most people.
thegame1881: Great vid!! I love the nano, unfortunately it cannot be purchased in the
wonderful state of California...
Bob Jarrett: So the glock worked after you fixed the trigger?
If you want to to do apples to apples, compare the PX4 subcompact not the
chad washington: Hey chad "CR REVIEWS" how is the nano running now? Also what grain ammo
where you using in this video? I own both guns as well I like them both
just depends on how I feel on carrying that day.
DesporadoAZOne: Nice comparison. I've been thinking about buying the Glock 26 and this
pushes me in that direction. I may buy the Nano too and keep it in my
vehicle in my Get Home bag.
TheRealTDawg: g26 over beretta.. but i think id rather get a cm9 over the beretta in
terms of "pocket 9mm"
CandRreviews: Thanks for the Support!
pipeman451: Nice review
funa mota: No one like s over pay in California glock cost $550 to $627 gen 3 s
CandRreviews: Beretta does not state anywhere about shooting a heavier round. I have
thoroughly looked through the manual and all it is says is to use first
quality ammo. This nano was sent back to beretta Twice, and according to
them it should shoot anything,including 115 grain, if it doesn't there is
an issue with the firearm. Thanks for commenting and watching the video!
Aaron Tye: Only a dipcrap would argue that 10 rnds of 9mm are overkill, will be an
'execution' etc then fully approve of 6+1. If you were suckered into buying
the pos nano just admit it and stop making crap up off the top of your head
little nano bitch. Your pistol cant handle 115 gr or is it 124 gr?
Basically its a underengineered pos that jams. Truth bitch
jackg859: Thx,good review nice to know , I will vote for the G26 gen 4. Cheers from
Mirek Bujnovsky: Good review. I would add a couple of notes on features and price. The
nano's "lack" of features is the feature. It's slick and won't snag. On
price, LEOs and military can buy a blue box Glock for *less* than the
Beretta nano. I hate the grip angle of Glocks and I am tired of buying
aftermarket parts to make them work. I spent the extra and got the nano.
Also, you can't really compare a stock nano to a customized Glock. Not
apples to apples.
CandRreviews: I agree 100%
Anthony Cashe: Not interested in these guns, just wanted to stop by and give a like. Keep
up the good work!
ljackso: Beretta recommends shooting 124g bullets in the Nano. If you use lighter
ammo that could be the problem. Thanks for the video.
Blulight9496: Not sure I understood everything about weight on video. The Nano was 22 oz.
The Glock was 26 oz but you have talon grips extender and Steele guide rod
all of which adds weight?? So my question is would the factory Glock be the
same or less than the Nano in weight? I'm not a gun expert but more round
capacity slightly longer barrel same weight to me says better choice hands
king troy: Sold my nano 15 malfunctions multiple amo bought a glock 26 flawlesss thus
far 500 rounds and counting
drbnaz: I really enjoyed your video. I was really leaning towards the Beretta Nano,
but I think I will save up and buy the Glock 26. I know it is quality
firearm that I can trust my life with and I value my life.
E.W.E. Hughes Jr: I've never had a problem with my PF9, but its so dam fugly that I'm
thinking about trading up to a Nano. Perhaps the failures are simply part
of a brak in period. I've heard that Kahr suggests 200 rounds before
considering carrying a PM 9.
Christopher Morris: I know things go up in price over time, but when it comes to guns, it's
ridiculous. I paid just over $500 for my NIB 92FS. Even though it was
almost 20yrs ago, I think I got a bargain compared to what I would pay for
Glock 26 these days. I know I'm paying more for concealability, but damn, I
don't want to pay that much more. Yeah, I'm cheap. Lol Govt intrusions into
our 2nd amendment rights doesn't help in keeping those prices down either.
Jason Hamilton: I love my Beretta M9. It is for sure my favorite pistol but im glad with my
choice with my Glock 26 over the nano for ccw. Reliability is the number
one concern when picking my ccw. I do wish I could find a good way to carry
my M9 but it is so darn heavy.
Kobra1029: Held a Nano for the first time today, can't say I cared for it. A bit bulky
and heavy for 6 + 1, I would take an LC9 over it myself. Maybe I would like
it more if I fired it though...
eleuthros: Glock runs flawless....shocker! I keep trying to find a reliable pocket gun
that doesn't say Glock on the side, perhaps I should just accept the fact
that their guns are superior... I have three already, guess I'll make it 4
filoIII: Remington ammo alleviates many malfunctions.
kristoffer1223: Did you ever get the issue resolved with the Nano?
scott will: anyone who has to have an extention on a 26 should have bought a 19. The 26
trigger is way nicer. Can a nano have 17 rounds back up mags?
Larry Krohn: Great video. Very helpful
Bartee98: Beretta says to use only 125 grain or higher, high quality ammo maybe that
will stop some of the failure to extract issues Love the reviews keep up
the good work
CandRreviews: The 26 still fits in my shorts pocket as does the nano and you are
absolutely right about weight. it is not too heavy that I can't comfortably
Bevin Chu: Good review. Many who post gun reviews on YouTube are too lazy to script
out what they intend to say. They turn the camera on then ramble on
aimlessly. You didn't do that. As a result, you provided viewers with an
informative and entertaining comparison of the two subcompact pistols.
garageguy879: decent video,,the Gen 3 Glocks here in Southwestern Va run from
$550-$575,,Gen 4 is maybe $30 higher,,and the Nano at my local dealer lists
for $450.I agree with an earlier comment on here,the best feature on the
Nano is the lack of features.
GIFoxtrapper: I have now put 350 rounds of 115 grain fmj's with only one failure to
eject. im very pleased with the Nano. I have since field stripped and
cleaned the Nano. fired another 200 rounds with no failures at all. I
noticed a dramatic improvement in performance after cleaning and
chaosmagusgod: once again, another great review. ya know I really don't see what beretta
is bringing to the table this late un the game.
Christopher Morris: I'd love to see these sub compacts in full auto just for craps 'n giggles.
taylornutt: I had 6 FTEs in the first 150 rounds with my Nano. Switched to 124 grain
and the FTEs went away. These Nanos need to be broken in properly. If you
shoot 124 grain while breaking it in, I think 115 grain will eventually be
okay. Most Defensive ammo is 124 grain so it's not a big deal. The Nano was
originally designed as a .40 SW, so the heavier slide and spring make it a
little tight at first. When I called Beretta, they recommended using the
124 grain ammo in the Nano
Jim Bailey: Great comparison. Thanks. :)
Manny A: You guys rock !!!!
CandRreviews: It is almost a combination of a glock and a Kahr cm9
X-Ray Crystallography: @6:39, "It's going to hinder you b/c you just don't have that mag
capacity"...#1) Realistically, how does having 6+1 hinder you when the vast
majority of lethal-force confrontations are just one shot??...#2) Firing
more than one shot dramatically hinders your legal defense (if you achieved
incapacitation @ 1st shot, as prosecution argues, any shot after that is
considered an execution)...So, if anything, those extra rounds hinder you,
on many different levels.