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D.C. 12-17-2012 08:35 PM

What's the better cx4 model?
 
Hi Folks,
I've decided to get a pistol caliber Beretta storm carbine and just found out there are a few model's to choose from. (92, px4, 2000 etc,)
I dont have any other Beretta's so what's the recommended model? I'm well stock with 9mm so that is the caliber I want for now.
The flat top mod I saw kinda sold me on getting one even though I'll not likely do that modification any time soon. thanks in advance. DC

clr8ter 12-21-2012 10:11 AM

Mmmm, the only difference in the CX4"s is the caliber. They come in 9, 40, & 45. In addition, you can buy the parts to make the gun take mags from various Beretta pistols. It's not hard to do. If you already have a Beretta pistol, buy the CX4 to match it. Keep in mind that the PX4 has a higher standard mag capacity than the others. Also available is a 30 rd 92 9mm mag.There is almost nothing to be done with the 45 capacity. On the 40, you can convert a 92 9mm 30 round mag into a 20 rd .40 mag.

Stay away from those aftermarket ones, especially Pro Mag. nothing but issues, or at least a crap shoot on reliability.

D.C. 12-21-2012 11:44 AM

Hey thank you for clearing that up. I didn't understand the only difference other than caliber was the mag adapter. LGS said they were 3 weeks out and they are being discontinued.

clr8ter 12-22-2012 11:10 AM

I don't think they are. Check over at the Beretta forum to be sure. There is a specific thread about it, but I have not read it.

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