BERETTA PX4 STORM REVIEW
When Beretta took to designing the PX4 Storm pistol they thought about everybody's needs. The new Beretta Px4 Storm pistol is the one the most advanced pistols manufactured by anybody. The Beretta PX4 Storm was designed around am idea that a pistol can be adapted to different needs and modes of operations, without compromising on ergonomics and the renowned Beretta reliability and performance. As a result the PX4 Storm is one of the most popular police guns and civilian guns.
The Beretta PX4 Storm has three key ideas: power, easy to use, and reliability. When you pick up a Beretta PX4 Storm you can see right away that it is an easy to use firearm. The power theory will come into play when you shoot either the 9 mm, .40 S&W, or 45 ACP. The reliability is a given with the Beretta name on it.
The Beretta PX4 features two types of safeties. They are signified by being called model F and model G. Model F has a manual safety/hammer decocking lever. Model G has a hammer decocking lever. The model G decocking lever can be replaced with a low profile configuration to further reduce the overall dimensions of the slide. Both safety levers are positioned on both sides of the slide for easy access by all shooters. The 9 mm and.40 S&W Beretta PX4 Storms come in both models while the 45 ACP is only available in model G.
The PX4 Storm is lighter than the 92f as well, thanks to the composite frame, but it's still hefty enough that it feels nice and solid in your hand or on your waist.
Field stripping couldn't be simpler. With no tools necessary, the average shooter can field strip this weapon for basic cleaning in less than 5 seconds. It only takes ten seconds to put it all back together again.
The PX4 is a double action semi-auto, full trigger pull on the first round and single action each shot thereafter. That's about the only thing that is typical for this fine piece of machinery.
Here are the technical stats for the Beretta PX4 Storm.
* Caliber: 9 mm, .40 S&W, 45 ACP
* Capacity: 9 mm- 17 rounds, .40 S&W- 14, 45 ACP- 9 or 10
* Rifling: Right hand, 6 grooves
* General Operation Semiautomatic, short recoil of barrel.
* Slide: Steel, sandblasted, phosphatized and Bruniton coated.
* Barrel: Steel, sandblasted and blued. Internally chromium-plated.
* Unloaded Weight: 9 mm and .40 S&W- 785 grams, 45 ACP- 800 grams
* Overall Length: 7.55 inches
* Barrel Length: 4.00 inches
* Overall Width: 1.42 inches
* Grip Width: 1.18 inches
* Overall Height: 5.51 inches
* Rail Slide: Yes
This is one fine gun. Feels good in your hand, Shoots really well .worth looking at.
See in the gun shop.