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Any thoughts on the PX4 Storm???

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Old 03-06-2012, 12:44 PM   #1
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Default Any thoughts on the PX4 Storm???

I've been looking at them for some time now. I was wondering if anybody owns one and there thoughts on it.

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Old 03-06-2012, 01:19 PM   #2
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I have a Px4 Storm in 45ACP and love it. It is very accurate, comfortable and easy to shoot. So far I have about 1k rounds through it and I have yet to have a problem.

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Old 03-06-2012, 02:41 PM   #3
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My brother bought one. Its a subcompact. I've shot it. Seams like a good firearm. It shoots good.
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I have the full size in .40 cal. It's awesome. I shoot it more often than any of my other guns and it's probably the most accurate. I have an FNP-9 as well and the recoil is definitely comparable. A buddy has a Baby Desert Eagle in .40 and the recoil on that is probably double the PX4. I guess the rotating barrel makes a pretty good difference. Anyway, all in all, for the money, it was a great investment.
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I have a full-sized PX4 and it is amazingly accurate and very reliable. It is easily one of my favorite pistols -- no complaints whatsoever.
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I have a .40 sub compact. I love it. Still new. Only 30-40 rounds. I went to shoot my SIG Scorpion and my PX4 tagged along.

I let another shooter fire the first shots. I wanted a good shot to shoot it first so I wouldn't think I was shooting left, low, or whatever. He shot a pattern of 4 shots barley a little larger than a quarter. (.25) He put it down and said he loved it.

My groups weren't half as tight as his but I did enjoy shooting it!

The sub compact models only differ from the full size in that they (sub compact models) do not use a rotating barrel. It's a little beefy for it size but the PX4 sub compact is all buisness. Full size as well was just as nice to shoot. I shot a full size .40 F model or constant action.

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I've tried them on, but never fired one. I really like the way they feel in my hand. As good as my XDm.
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I have the px4 storm in 45 acp, I have fired 450 rounds with no issues, and the recoil is not bad at all.

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