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Old 04-17-2012, 07:05 PM   #1
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I couldn't find any forums about the Beretta px4 storm carbine. I'm interested in this firearm. I would like some info if anyone can help. Thanks all

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Old 04-17-2012, 07:46 PM   #2
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I can't say that I know of a dedicated Px4 Storm forum but there is definitely loads of info on the net regarding the platform.

What is it you are looking to learn? I have a full size in .45ACP and find it to be a very reliable, easy to shoot, simple to clean and very comfortable firearm. If you haven't handled one I would suggest going down to your LGS and fondling one, and as many other models as possible. Even better would be if you could get the chance to shoot one, and other models, to see how it fits you.

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Ditto what dog2000tj says, I have more then 2,000 rds through mine without any issues has been very reliable... here's forum link
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You answered a lot of questions already. I just want general opinions. Are there a variety of add ons for these guns?

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You answered a lot of questions already. I just want general opinions. Are there a variety of add ons for these guns?
Like sights and lights? I'm guessing there are but I don't go for that stuff. I've always been pretty good getting around in the dark and don't like the idea of giving away my position
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Yes, I just like to have choices of toys for my firearms. Example the ar-15 has endless possibilities.

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Try googling Beretta cx4 storm rather than px4. I actually had a px4 in .40. I took it back to gs after 50 rounds. The trigger would snap back after each shot. It wasn't painful, but left your trigger finger with a numb feeling for the next day or so... I'm sure they have it worked out now.

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I actually had a px4 in .40. I took it back to gs after 50 rounds. The trigger would snap back after each shot. It wasn't painful, but left your trigger finger with a numb feeling for the next day or so... I'm sure they have it worked out now.
I don't know that there is too big a market for Cx4 accessories. Seems to me all the features Beretta wanted were incorporated into the carbine already

I haven't experienced that with my Px4 45 and haven't heard that from others. Maybe it was just yours
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There was a small run of Px4's that had the trigger "slap" issue. Mine just happened to be from the batch. I bought it used and it was at a steal so I'm thinking the previous owner liked having feeling in his trigger finger as well.

I really wanted to like it because I like beretta products. Gun guy let me trade it back in for a gen 4 glock.

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