Originally Posted by NymphoGnome
Well now I am looking into .9 mm because ammo for a .40 cal is too much for what i mainly would like to do, which is go to the shooting range. But if need be the case I could also use it as a self defense weapon. So definitely .9 mm is where I need to be.
I think I am stuck on the Beretta Px4 because it's easier disassemble, than the other pistol I was looking at which was the CZ 75b.
Dude, just a bit of unsolicited advice. Don't choose your primary self defense gun based on how easy it is to strip and clean, that should be a secondary or "thirdiary"
Spend some time at the range shooting both the Beretta and the CZ to see which one feels more comfortable in your hands, shoots better and gives you more confidence shooting. Go back several times until you have made a decision. If both are still equally appealing then decide based on take down, ease of cleaning, etc. Remember, a gun's primary function is not to be clean, it is a tool to keep you or your loved ones alive in a desperate situation.
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