Gear: Beretta PX4 Storm

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Beretta PX4 Storm

Beretta
Category: Firearms, Tasers & Accessories
Subcategory: Handguns
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Description:

LIGHTWEIGHT, ERGONOMIC, MODULAR Techno polymer Frame. The techno polymer is also completely resistant to corrosion and guarantees color consistency for years to come. The rounded surfaces of the pistol are truly snag-free and facilitate the insertion and the extraction of the pistol from the holster. Ergonomic and Modular Grip. The correct grip angle allows for instinctive aiming of the firearm, automatically providing the line of sight. The rear upper part of the grip is curved and slightly recessed to snugly accommodate and protect the shooter's hand. Ambidextrous and Interchangeable Manual Safety Lever. The manual safety lever is positioned on both sides of the slide for equally as easy access by right or left-handed shooters. POWER UNDER CONTROL Rotating Barrel. The model Px4 Storm pistol uses the rotating barrel locking system that provides robustness and long-life, even when using powerful calibers. Further enhanced, the system boasts extremely robust locking lugs, located at 180° in order to ensure the best distribution of locking forces when firing. A FIREARM SYSTEM Three Operating Systems. Each version of the Beretta Px4 Storm pistol offers different features, designed to satisfy specific client needs. SIMPLE FIELD STRIPPING, CLEANING AND RE-ASSEMBLY The disassembly device is designed to allow the pistol to be field stripped very quickly and easily and to avoid casual or involuntary disassembly. Disassembly is simple, but re-assembly is even easier and the slide locks automatically when it passes beyond the rear section of the frame. DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE Newly Designed Slide. The sides of the slide are smoothed and snag-proofed easing the insertion and removal of the pistol from its holster. The double transversal serrations (back and rear) on the slide allow for a firm grip even in moist conditions, facilitating slide operation and safety controls

Member Reviews

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    Jimp2468, Tue, 20 Nov 2007 04:06:47 UTC.
    1st review

    The new Beretta Px4 Storm pistol is not only the best example of the semiautomatic sidearm concept, but it is also a perfect illustration of advanced technology. The Px4 Storm lines have been constructed to compliment the power, ease of handling, performance and reliability of the pistol matched with an original and sought-after design. Manufactured in many calibers, the new Px4 Storm adopts the locked-breech locking system with a rotating barrel, which has been revised and considerably improved by Beretta. The overall dimensions are significantly reduced, considering its major firepower. The light yet resistant pistol frame has been created applying the most modern thermoplastic technology, using reinforced fiberglass techno polymer.
    Modular structure, ergonomics and interchangeability of parts place the Px4 Storm among the leading pistols for personal defense as well as law-enforcement use.

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    micheleaponte, Mon, 03 Dec 2007 01:06:07 UTC.

    I agree with you guys, I love mine. I 've perchased it just after it hit the store shelf. I love it.... light weight ~easy to clean... all around great piece.

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    Anonymous, Tue, 27 Jan 2009 11:57:52 UTC.

    Nice pistol just a little pricey and difficult to find a decent left handed holster reasonably priced.

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    Quintero, Wed, 28 Jan 2009 05:51:48 UTC.

    iv shot the px4 and must say,its not bad,but for bout the same price i opted 4 the springfield xd. The xd is a better weapon all around.

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    OFCR3627, Sat, 02 May 2009 14:30:50 UTC.

    Shoot it in 9mm and own 2 in 45acp I'm curious of folks reviews on price what in the heck are you paying don't anybody have LEO contacts or discounts??

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    tato13, Mon, 08 Jun 2009 23:47:24 UTC.

    Great all around gun, pros and cons:
    Pros:
    accurate
    soft recoil
    the modular design works
    its ass easy as any other to field strip
    3 extra rounds mag by the manufacturer
    reliability

    cons:
    the only cons I can think of is that it is a little bit beefy specially in the slide in the safety
    and it is also a little bit heavier than some other polymer guns of its same size.

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    Anonymous, Mon, 13 Jul 2009 19:55:21 UTC.

    I love this firearm! I have the .40 cal and put about 500 rounds through it so far and have found no issues as of yet.

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    Anonymous, Fri, 17 Jul 2009 03:20:46 UTC.

    Best thingsince sliced bread. Never had any malfunction despite THOUSANDS of rounds. Its ergonomic, light weight and has such simplicity. It can be disassembled in seconds. If you don't have one, get one!

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  • Dscn1574_max30
    edsel09, Tue, 15 Dec 2009 02:49:25 UTC.

    Just purchased a new PX4 45ACP. I traded a Buckmark & $280. to boot. I shot it for the first time yesterday, ran 4 different kinds of ammo through it , very impressive. Not as accurate as my Taurus PT92, but more comfortable. Doesn't kick like my Combat Comander. Would I recommend it to a friend, you bet.

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    Uncon214, Sun, 27 Dec 2009 21:19:53 UTC.

    Local S/O went to these. I've started shooting friends' to get used to them. I like them myself although I would prefer a 92FS or Sig 229/226 or my GLOCKs....

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    coop1, Wed, 20 Jan 2010 15:38:46 UTC.

    I love this pistol. I also have the Beretta 92 FS Nickel plated one.
    I've shot Glocks, Sigs, S&W's. Nothing comes close to the handling other than an H&K P30.
    The only bummer is that you can't change the grip unless you buy a Hogue universal. It was alright but I felt it shifting side to side sometimes. I guess I could have heated it up so it would shrink around the gun.
    But nonetheless the PX4 is hard to beat in my opinion. Rotating locking barrel decreases recoil and increases accuracy.
    The 92FS is great but a little big in the grip.

    I've shot the two side by side at the action range and I still go with the PX4. My next purchase will be the H&K P30. I'm not allowed to use my wifes....

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    HeadShot, Tue, 16 Nov 2010 21:28:58 UTC.

    I must have been issued a bad model. We're only allowed to have the double-action only model, which is horrible for trigger pull. My trigger pull was tested to be 13lbs. That's rediculous.

    I'm also on our SWAT team, and we use Glock 22's on the team. I find the Glock to be much more accurate and proficient. I would never own a PX4, they are junk. I miss my 96.

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