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Old 02-10-2013, 01:57 AM   #21
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Full size 9mm for me. It just feels right plus it's easy to handle.

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Old 02-10-2013, 02:22 PM   #22
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I totally agree. I'm 6" 4' and my hands are far from small so the sub just didn't feel right but the full size was not the right concealment weapon for me.

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I have the full size in .45 acp and the sub-compact in 9 mm and love them both.
I had an impromptu shooting session with a few of my kids here at the house a few weeks back (when I still had a yard in place of a snowfield) there were some Rugers XD's and a Kahr present but all shooters loved the full size PX-4 in 45.

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Just bought a used PX4 9mm "G" model from a co-worker. No reason other than I just wanted one and he had one for sale. But I have to admit that I really like this gun. It is very soft shooting even for a 9mm and crazy accurate. I like the ergos and the controls but wish the slide lock lever was a little longer. Not a bad gun at all and one that does not get near enough respect in the handgun community.

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Old 02-17-2013, 05:06 AM   #25
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Love my storm .40. Could shoot it all day long very accurate. And the most comfortable handgun I've ever fired.

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Old 02-17-2013, 01:38 PM   #26
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I own the full size Storm 9mm, "C" Type. Am extremely happy with it. As far as purchasing the 9mm or 40.cal, its your choice. With all of the different trigger action options with the Storm 9mm, I am very happy with the constant action model. Extremely simple to quickly operate when time to multi-think is limited. No external safeties, simply point and shoot. ( And yes multi-think is a word ) at least in my dictionary. LOL. Enjoy whatever you purchase.

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Just got her yesterday 40 S&W

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Sweet! How much did that put you back . If you don't mind and is it currently available in 45..
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I recently purchased a PX4 (new) in 40. I wanted it to match up with my CX4 in the same caliber. Have put around 300 rounds through it and fell in love with it - the same as the CX4. I also have an HK (USP) and Glock 22 in 40. The HK is the most accurate but the PX4 is much fun to shoot. Fits your hand good. Not sure why people are struggling with the rotating barrel other than the suppressor issue. The 'snap' of a 40 is significant to me and the PX4 is quicker to get back on target. I also notice a reasonable decrease in the recoil. For the price, I think the PX4 is one of the better values out there today.

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Sweet! How much did that put you back . If you don't mind and is it currently available in 45..
529.99$ if u can find it they got it in 45
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