Thanks to the Supreme Court’s Heller and McDonald decisions and grass roots gun rights campaigns throughout these United States, concealed carry is where it’s at. Money-wise. Smith & Wesson’s still running flat out trying to satisfy the increased demand for pocket pistols. Ruger’s running flat outerer. And now Beretta has jumped into the game with a fiberglass-reinforced thermoplastic nine millimeter striker-fired semi-automatic pocket pistol. The Nano. Beretta [via Guns & Ammo] says it’s a “modular, ergonomically sound compact that will be comfortable for shooters of all skill levels. The movable, serialized sub-chassis allows the user to easily replace grip frames and disassemble, and the Nano’s sights are user adjustable with a 1.5mm hexwrench.” Looks like a baby baby Glock to me. Sounds like fun. Not so sure about the .40 caliber follow-up . . . We shall see.