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Old 06-30-2013, 09:29 PM   #41
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Also, consider the Nano. Pretty compact and looks like it would be great concealed. My next gun will likely be a Beretta PX4, but I almost picked up a G26/G27 at the last gun show in PA. Decisions, decisions....

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Old 06-30-2013, 11:25 PM   #42
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Get the PX4 sub-compact this model does not have the rotating barrel and mine is superbly accurate (read I shoot it well) and has had zero malfunctions.

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The Nano has in my opinion a better trigger than a Glock

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Why is this even a question? Like seriously. Glock hands down and day of the week. You can change anything on or inside a glock to make it exactly how you want it.

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Why is this even a question? Like seriously. Glock hands down and day of the week. You can change anything on or inside a glock to make it exactly how you want it.
Unless, of course, a Beretta has everything

you want, in a pistol, to start with...
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Treanglea, look at the decision this way...if you are like me and some other members, you will eventually end up with a Beretta and a Glock.

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Treanglea, look at the decision this way...if you are like me and some other members, you will eventually end up with a Beretta and a Glock.
I can't speak for others, but I have two Berettas, and am

seeking more.

I would never buy a glock, and, in good conscience,

could never sell one.

The way glock experts and lovers explain the crappy

safety design away, is my experience and training isn't

"sophisticated enough", for a glock.

OK, I'll just keep my "unrefined" 92s, and my genitals,

intact, TYVM.
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I have shot glocks in the past but I don't favor them. I prefer hammer fired pistols. And in truth were it not for FTFs giveaway I would have not owned a Nano. But it has a great trigger and is a super solid reliable pistol.

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I have a Px4 as well as several Glocks in my collection. I enjoy both the Storm and the Glocks.

A few things to consider: Glock mags (and their accessories in general) are inexpensive and readily available almost everywhere, but mags for the Storm are a little harder to find in stores and a little more pricey...

BUT, after Newtown, a lot of places ran dry of Glock mags, but many online stores and even a few of my LGS's still had mags for the Px4. Since things have leveled out it's probably a moot point.


You can't go wrong with either pistol. Both will be reliable and fun to shoot.

Just buy one, save up, then buy the other. If you find you can't stand one you can always trade it in later.

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