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Beretta BU9 Nano Sub-Compact 9mm Pistol

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Beretta BU9 Nano Sub-Compact 9x19mm Semi-Automatic Pistol

by Jeff Quinn

These days, we are blessed with a great selection of very compact pistols for concealed carry. Typically, when a person makes the decision to go heeled, he (or she) will choose a full-sized semi-auto pistol, such as a Glock, 1911, M&P, XD, Beretta 92, Taurus, Ruger P-Series, or a compact version of these same pistols. Soon after starting to carry these full-sized guns, they will begin to leave it at home or in the vehicle more and more, until they realize that they are found unarmed more often than not, and will begin a search for something a lot smaller, such as a Kel-Tec, Ruger, Kahr, or Taurus 380. These are all good pocket guns, and are small enough to always be there, but none would be my first choice if I new that I was likely to get into a gunfight.

What was needed, and what the market demanded, was a good, reliable, lightweight pistol somewhere between the duty-sized pistols and the pocket guns. At first, most manufacturers took the easy way, and shortened the barrels and grip frames on their full-sized pistols, giving us compact guns that were too thick. However, a couple of years ago, most major pistol builders started offering slimmer, lighter pistols that were still chambered for serious pistol cartridges such as the 9x19, 357 Sig, 40 S&W, and even 45 ACP. One of the most-anticipated of this new breed of carry pistol is featured here; the Beretta Nano.

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