Built around Beretta's latest PX4 modular technology, the Beretta PX4 Storm 9mm Sub-Compact Pistol delivers concealed carry handling with large frame firepower. The Px4 Storm Sub-Compact utilizes Beretta's reliable locked breech and tilt barrel system for a more compact and lighter package. Direct barrel-slide locking system design delivers a low barrel axis that reduces felt recoil and minimizes muzzle rise. Its stainless steel barrel resists corrosion and requires less maintenance, a great choice for a concealed gun kept close to active, perspiring bodies. The PX4 Storm's durable frame includes an integral Picatinny rail for rapid attachment of tactical lights and laser aiming devices. Ambidextrous manual safety lever is positioned on both sides of the slide for easy access by all shooters. Bruniton™ non-reflective black coating provides superior corrosion and wear resistant finish. White 3-dot sights provide quick acquisition of the target. Weight: 26.1 oz. Capacity: 13+1 rounds.
Rated 4 out of 5 good gun
I purchased the Beretta P4 Storm and have nothing bad to say about it. I have shot several rounds and had no jams or trouble. Shoots smooth. Fits my hand beautifully. When i first started shooting it i was shooting low and to the left. I talked to the staff and they said i wasnt holding it properly when i fired. My next time out i held it like they recommended and it was right on. I would recommend this gun to everyone
February 26, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Firedawg850 Not bad, just different
The true purpose of the firearm is to conceal it. Yes it's small. But the negative about this are;
1. The slide is a bit heavier than my other guns I carry
2. The thumb safety is flared outward, basically making the feel like its an inch bigger towards the back.
3. The thumb safety does catch on my pocket sometimes. This can be a real problem if you really need to pull it.
As a positive;
1. The "heavy" slide takes away a lot of the recoil.
2. The thumb safety switch is easy to activate when needed.
Overall, the gun shoots great when you have time to aim. I have tired rapid fire from the holster... Because its only a 3 inch barrel, is very easy to miss your target at 21 feet. Practice and you will know how to hold the gun to land the bullets on target. Since the sight radius is so small, even aiming, the slightest jurk will end with undesired results. Compaired using a 4 inch barrel gun.
But it is neat and different. I have several guns, and I carry this one about 80% of the time. It's one of those guns, either you going to love it or hate it.
February 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Vegas2k PX4 Subcompact 9mm review
I got this as my first CCW firearm. I have fired ammo from cheap steel cased ammo to testing it with my defense Federal Tactical HST ammo. So far around 1000 rounds fired out of it with no issue. No jams, no Failure to fire. So far I love it. I have only carried this in the winter because I haven't found a good IWB yet that I like for summer carrying in the hot Vegas heat.
January 4, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by jmcirrincione Very Good
The 9mm shot 1000 rounds gun operated great the first time out. Enjoyed shooting never had a low left problem
August 17, 2012
Yes, this can be done however, why buy such a cheap laser that will not hold up to any abuse at all.
If your using this weapon to punch holes in paper, thats fine. If you are going to use this weapon for protection of ones life......Buy something that will hold its point of aim, not get bent with normal use and doesnt look ugly as sin.
The handle on the Baretta PX4 looks to short. My brother has a Glock that came with a short handle and he simply attached to the bottom of the magazine an attachment. Is this a possibility with the PX4? I want to have full control with my whole hand.
Mine came with 2 magazines, one of which had a component at he bottom of the mag that flipped down and made room for the pinkie. Works great. Check YouTube or Beretta's website for good visuals. I have the PX4 in F series and SubCompact -- they have performed flawlessly with over 4000 rounds each.