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New Beretta Pico Size Comparison Pics

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Atticaz, May 7, 2013.

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  1. RedAlert

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    The Pico looks too small for an average shooter unless that shooter is faced with the only possible hiding location to be the infamous "bend over and spread them" location.
    I'm sure there are small framed men and women who will take to these like syrup on pancakes, but it seems much too small for me.
     
  2. Cokeman

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    The Pico looks too ugly for an average shooter.

    Why won't they release any measurements?
     
  3. jon_in_wv

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    One of the reasons I like the BG380 over the LCP I had is the slightly larger grip. The grip just looks too small on the Beretta.
     
  4. C0untZer0

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    Beretta Pico
    Caliber: 380 AUTO
    Barrel: 2.7 in
    Length: 5.1 in
    Height: 4.0 in
    Width: .725 in
    Weight: 11.5 oz
    Capacity: 6+1 Rounds

    Rohrbaugh R9
    Caliber: 9mm
    Barrel: 2.9 in
    Length: 5.2 in
    Height: 4.0 in
    Width: .90 in
    Weight:13.5 oz
    Capacity: 6+1 Rounds
     
  5. Atticaz

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    I couldn't agree more about that grip. Too damn small.
     
  6. Byrd666

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    I have a great deal of interest in the Pico. Mostly as a BUG, and a late night store run piece. Something I can carry in my shorts pocket without attracting any attention to it.
    And being a one armed individual, this seems to be the easiest pocket pistol to field strip without major headaches. As well as the (supposed) price being less than or about equal to some others already on the market.
     
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