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Beretta Pico Stainless / Black .380 ACP 2.7-inch 6Rds

Beretta Pico Stainless / Black .380 ACP 2.7-inch 6Rds

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The Beretta Pico is a double action only, sub compact, .380ACP pistol designed for unobtrusive and discreet carry and features a 2.7" barrel, black polymer frame and matte stainless slide. It includes two 6 round magazines and a soft carry case.

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Deep concealment
Shonnon S on Aug 9, 2018
Deep concealment
Shonnon S on Aug 9, 2018
Compact,nice design
ANTHONY M on Aug 7, 2018
Compact,nice design
ANTHONY M on Aug 7, 2018
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Awesome little gun. Wish it had a laser to add to it
September 6, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Awesome mouse gun
While I have a Kimber micro 1911, I wanted to get ultra small mouse gun for ultimate concealment for summer use and for my wife to run with. When comparing the available products in this class and price range for me it came down to the upgraded Ruger LCP, Kahr p380, Glock 42, and the ultra thin and clean Beretta Pico. While I am a big Glock fan and I liked the proper sights, I eliminated the 42 due to size and bulkiness. It is good, but still didn’t reach the ultra small size I wanted. While I am not a Kahr fan, I will concede that it also looked fairly impressive and well made, but I eliminated it for the same bulk related reasons.This left the Ruger LCP (better trigger and sights model) and the Pico. In the end I initially went with the Pico for the following reasons:-Fantastic (and upgradable) proper 3 dot sights over the upgraded but still poor LCP sights-Proper DAO hammer, no need to cycle the slide to “set” the trigger like with the LCP-Stainless steel slide and barrel for durability and sweat resistance-Ultra thin zero snag profile -Hand feel and trigger feel -Officially rated for +p ammo-Modular chassis concept and design-Drop-in.32 ACP battle under developmentMy initial concerns with the Pico were the following – luckily these ended up being non-issues-“HK” style mag release on trigger guard vs. button release-Smooth slide release (enough to engage the stop but not manually drop slide)-Very tight fit and feel of new gun-Reports of feeding issues from other web reviewsSo in short I went with the Pico and could not be HAPPIER! This is a fantastic gun and exceeded all of my expectations of what a .380 mouse gun could do. This is NOT a beginner gun and is does take proper know-how and trigger discipline to operate it, but if you can do your job this thing will do it’s. Because of some of it’s non-typical please search on line for videos that explore the Pico further. Many compare the Pico the LCP and P380 as well as cover the proper use of the mag release and the slide stop. Note this is intended as an external stop only (similar to the internal PPK’s stop except you can still engage it manually) and NOT a true stop / release like on a 1911 or Glock. To drop the stop you simply drop the empty mag or insert a full one and then rack the slide to release.So here are the highlights after putting 200 rounds through it last Friday:-It ate everything I fed it without a single FTF or FTE. I used: Buffalo Bore +p JHP, Fiocchi FMJ and Extrema XTP JHP, Hyperclean HPR XTP JHP-While the pistol shot about a inch low at 10 yards, all ammo was very consistent and extremely accurate-The trigger pull is long and somewhat on the heavy end (again it is a DAO pistol without a safety so this is to be expected), but it is smooth and even (no stacking) and allows for excellent control if you have experience in the double action world – again not what I would put in the hand of a first time gun owner as defensive weapon unless they were willing to undergo significant and repeated training sessions!-The guard style mag release actually was easy to operate smoothly (pinch then pull down) with your off hand and the mag simply popped into your palm for easy clearing with one seamless sweep of your hand to allow for a tactical reload.-It’s small size was not an issue and it was easy to control with or without the extended grip-Talon Grips makes inexpensive rubberized grips that make the pistol a dream to shoot.-After shooting 200 rounds I did not have any hand fatigue and the gun in now considerably friendlier to actuate manually cycle and clear. It is still stiff, but easily manageable for even my wife (and 13 year old daughter) to cycle the slide.While it seems this pistol is taking a back seat in popularity when compared with it’s current rivals, I feel that is unjustified. It has an excellent design (I feel better than the LCP in many areas), universally accepted any ammo I tried to use, and had stunning accuracy. This might not be the right gun for everyone, but I am so pleased with the choice I am considering the purchase of a second one so my wife and I both have one of these tiny warm weather carry pistols.
August 11, 2015
amazing mouse gun
While I have a Kimber micro 1911, I wanted to get ultra small mouse gun for ultimate concealment for summer use and for my wife to run with. When comparing the available products in this class and price range for me it came down to the upgraded LCP, Kahr p380, Glock 42, and the ultra thin and clean Beretta Pico. While I am a big Glock fan and I liked the proper sights, I eliminated the 42 due to size and bulkiness. It is good, but still didn’t reach the ultra small size I wanted. While I am not a Kahr fan, I will concede that it also looked fairly impressive and well made, but I eliminated it for the same bulk realated reasons.This left the Ruger LCP (better trigger and sights model) and the Pico. In the end I went with the Pico for the following reasons:-Fantastic (and upgradable) proper 3 dot sights over the poor LCP sights-Proper DAO hammer, no need to cycle the slide to “set” the trigger like with the LCP-Stainless steel slide and barrel for durability and sweat resistance-Ultra thin zero snag free profile -Hand feel and trigger feel -Officially rated for +p ammoMy initial concerns with the Pico were the following – luckily these ended up being a non issue:-“HK” style mag release on trigger guard-Smooth slide release (enough to engage the stop but not manually drop slide)-Very tight fit and feel of new gun-Reports of feeding issues from other web reviewsSo in short I went with the Pico and could not be HAPPIER! This is a fantastic gun and exceeded all of my expectations of what a .380 mouse gun could do. This is NOT a beginner gun and is does take proper know-how and trigger discipline to operate it, but if you can do your job this thing will do it’s. Because of some of it’s non-typical features I found this video review very helpful. It compares the Pico the LCP and P380. It covers the proper use of the mag release and I believe the slide stop. Note this is intended as an external stop only (similar to the internal PPK’s stop except you can still engage it manually) and NOT a true stop / release like on a 1911 or Glock. To drop the stop you simply drop the empty mag or insert a full one and then actuate the slide to release.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-XjYtISS08USo here are the highlights after putting 200 rounds through it last Friday:-It ate everything I fed it without a single FTF or FTE. I used: Buffalo Bore +p JHP, Fiocchi FMJ and Extrema XTP JHP, Hyperclean HPR XTP JHP-While the pistol shot about a inch low at 10 yards, all ammo was very consistent and extremely accurate-The trigger pull is long and somewhat on the heavy end (again it is a DAO pistol without a safety so this is to be expected), but it is smooth and even (no stacking) and allows for excellent control if you have experience in the double action world – again not what I would put in the hand of a first time gun owner!-The guard style mag release actually was easy to operate smoothly with your off hand and the mag simply popped into your palm for easy clearing with one seamless sweep of your hand to allow for a tactical reload.-It’s small size was not an issue and it was easy to control with and without he extended grip-Talon Grips makes inexpensive rubberized grips that make the pistol a dream to shoot.-After shooting 200 rounds I did not have any hand fatigue and the gun in now considerably friendlier to actuate manually cycle and clear. It is still stiff, but easily manageable for even my wife (and 13 year old daughter) to cycle the slide.While I feel this pistol is taking a back seat in popularity when compared with it’s current rivals, I feel that is unjustified. It has an excellent design (I feel better than the LCP in many areas), universally accepted any ammo I tried to use, and had stunning accuracy. This might not be the right gun for everyone, but I am so pleased with the choice I am considering the purchase of a second one so my wife and I both have one of these tiny warm weather carry pistols.
August 10, 2015
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Beretta Pico .380 ACP Features:

The Beretta Pico built from the ground up as a compact carry pistol and is one of the thinnest .380 semiauto handgun on the market, measuring only 18mm at its widest point. Weighing only 11.5 oz. unloaded, this DAO pistol is comfortable and unobtrusive to carry, no matter your preferred mode. The Pico's flat profile and snag-free lines make it perfect in a pocket holster, while its smooth sides and controls also make it ideal for inside-the-waistband carry, coupled with its extra-durable stainless steel/polymer construction that is highly sweat-resistant. The Pico is soft-recoiling and makes target recovery lightning-quick after every shot, thanks to its minimal barrel tilt. It has an ambidextrous magazine release, as well as a super-low-profile slide-release lever to keep the slide open when desired. The Pico ships with a soft storage case and two 6-round stainless steel magazines (one flush, one with grip extension). This model has a black polymer grip frame and a matte stainless steel slide.

Beretta Pico Two-Tone Specifications:

  • Brand: Beretta USA
  • Category: Semi Auto Handguns
  • Caliber: 380 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP)
  • Model: Pico
  • Series: 380
  • Type: Pistol
  • Frame Finish: Black
  • Action: Double Action Only
  • Slide Description: Stainless Steel
  • Capacity: 6
  • Case Type: Soft
  • Frame Material: Polymer
  • Grips: Black Polymer Grip/Frame
  • Safety: No Manual Safety
  • Sight Configuration: 3-Dot Drift Adjustable
  • Sight Style: Contrast
  • Weight: 11.5 oz
  • Barrel Length: 2.7"
Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Beretta
SKU GAG_JMP8D25-90334
Condition New in Box
Action Type No
Caliber .380 ACP
UPC 082442605050
Model Pico
Type No
Manufacturer Part Number JMP8D25
Accessories No
Barrel Length 2.7
Finish Per Color Stainless / Black
Capacity 6
Firing Casing No
Frame Per Material No
Hand No
Sights No