What me and my wife are looking at…
I actually own that gun. It’s a great little piece. The down side is it’s picky on ammo. It really likes +P ammo and or 124gr bullets. It hates cheap ammo so don’t bother with Walmart ammo. If you find something it likes use it. The trigger pull is loooooooong but the reset is short and very distinct so after the first shot it’s a little easier if you don’t let the trigger go all the forward. Almost a single action to double action but it’s not, you’ll have to shoot one to understand. I carry the Nano 99% of the time because it’s easy to conceal and since it’s so light I often forget I have it. Good luck, I think you’ll like it.[/quote]
Were you the one who posted it on G+? Because, that was the post that swayed my decision on getting one.
It seems perfect for the wife and myself. Besides the pickyness, I’ve heard nothing but good things about it. Plus, it looks great. Other pistols that are in that size bracket, look like toys.
Another good thing is that it breaks down to only four pieces and is easy to clean.
We’re going to shoot one first, of course. Then, we’ll know for sure if it’s what we want.[/quote]
Yep that was me. It’s very solid feeling gun and like you said it breaks down nicely. I also like the fact there is nothing sticking out of the sides, no safety, no mag release and no slide lock(that’s good and bad). The only way the slide will lock back is on an empty mag.
One other mild down side is it’s not the type of gun you want to dump 100+ rounds through at a time because of the size. It wore a considerable blister in my palm when I got it, next time I go I’m considering wearing a glove. I have slightly above average size hands so it may not be a problem for smaller handed people.