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captjack75 08-30-2013 04:01 PM

Brand new PX4 SC in 9mm
 
Just ran 100 rounds of 115gr thru my new PX4 SC. Slide did not lock back on the first mag, after that,smooth as silk. No recoil to speak of, good grip with either the flush, or extended mag. This is a nice, nice gun. It is replacing a Taurus .357 Protector Poly as my daily carry.

JW357 08-30-2013 04:14 PM

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Originally Posted by captjack75 (Post 1351690)
Just ran 100 rounds of 115gr thru my new PX4 SC. Slide did not lock back on the first mag, after that,smooth as silk. No recoil to speak of, good grip with either the flush, or extended mag. This is a nice, nice gun. It is replacing a Taurus .357 Protector Poly as my daily carry.

Nice. Congrats on the gun. We're gonna need pics of it.

SigArmored 09-01-2013 01:02 PM

I've had mine (40.)for about 3 years now and ,for the size pistol she is,love to shoot her.I have had 0 issues with her from day one.She shoots so well my PX4 SC has become my gf's favorite pistol to shoot.Congrats on a great buy how much did you shell out? If you don't mind me asking.

AR10 09-01-2013 01:23 PM

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I own one. They are nice guns. Shown with movable finger support, 17 round mag & mag sleeve. To run those three things together, one has to modify the mag sleeve. Makes the grip longer than the barrel. I wish this gun were treated with some sort of rust proofing that is as dependable as the early Glocks. If it were, I would like it as a favorite.

QueenGlamis 09-01-2013 02:30 PM

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Here's mine in 9MM, I have a total of 4-17 round mags and 3-13 round mags. I am in love with this weapon, every novice shooter to handguns that have tried multiple weapons picked this as their favorite. I have zero fails since day 1, runs any ammo and accurate as can be.

I did not have to mod anything to run the 17 round mags, and that 12.00 sleeve from Beretta makes all the difference in the world.

captjack75 09-02-2013 04:43 PM

I struck a pretty good deal. I traded in a Taurus Protector Poly .357, just shy of one year old. I got the PX4 SC for $275.+tax+BG check

TexasInfidel 09-03-2013 04:51 PM

Have had a similar overall completely positive experience here, good ergos and the spousal unit loves it too...bonus.

AR10 09-04-2013 07:30 PM

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Originally Posted by TexasInfidel (Post 1356704)
the spousal unit loves it too...bonus.

Spousal Unit. lol

My Spousal Unit, which I purchased the PX4 Storm SB 9mm for, cannot routinely operate the slide. Slide spring is too robust, or she is not robust enough.

O well, I now have another handgun for my training classes.

captjack75 09-13-2013 07:00 PM

OTD cost
 
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Originally Posted by SigArmored (Post 1353812)
I've had mine (40.)for about 3 years now and ,for the size pistol she is,love to shoot her.I have had 0 issues with her from day one.She shoots so well my PX4 SC has become my gf's favorite pistol to shoot.Congrats on a great buy how much did you shell out? If you don't mind me asking.

struck a pretty good deal. I traded in a Taurus Protector Poly .357, just shy of one year old. I got the PX4 SC for $275.+tax+BG check


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