Rebate Beretta® PX4 Storm Full Size Pistol

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9mm

Black

Black

Barrel Length:
4"

Round Capacity:
17 + 1

Hand:
Ambidextrous

Gun Weight:
27.7 oz.

.40 Smith & Wesson

Black

Black

Barrel Length:
4"

Round Capacity:
14 + 1

Hand:
Ambidextrous

Gun Weight:
27.7 oz.

.40 Smith & Wesson

Black

Black

Barrel Length:
4"

Round Capacity:
10 + 1

Hand:
Ambidextrous

Gun Weight:
27.7 oz.

.45 Automatic Colt Pistol

Black

Black

Barrel Length:
4"

Round Capacity:
10 + 1

Hand:
Ambidextrous

Gun Weight:
28.2 oz.

9mm

Black

Black

Barrel Length:
4"

Round Capacity:
10 + 1

Hand:
Ambidextrous

Gun Weight:
27.7 oz.
Built around Beretta's latest PX4 modular technology, the Beretta PX4 Storm .40 S&W Full Size Pistol delivers large frame firepower that can be customized for different shooters. Utilizing Beretta's strongest pistol action, the PX4 Storm's unique rotating barrel and locking system reduces felt recoil and muzzle rise by releasing recoil energy radially. The gun's chrome-lined barrel resists corrosion and requires less maintenance. Beretta keeps the PX4 Storm light with a corrosion resistant, fiberglass-reinforced polymer frame that 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: 27.7 oz. Capacity: 10+1 rounds.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by A Balance of Features Bought this after conducting research and shooting several makes and models . Since the purchase, I have shot about 300 rounds. The following is my honest assessment: Pro: Flawless shooting; no FTFs or FTEs with both commercial and hand loads. Low recoil (more back than up), that allows faster follow-up shots. A breeze to take apart, clean, and reassemble. Some say this large frame pistol is ugly, but I believe it has an intimidating look that is due in part to its "chunky" or robotic profile. The changeable grips are a bonus, especially if you have small or large hands. The decocker is an enjoyable safety feature. The price is competitive and a fair market value. Con: Initially, my gun consistently shot low and left, even from a bench rest with different commercial loads . Adjustable sights was needed to get a good center grouping. I have since met others at the range that have had the same issue with initial accuracy. The DA trigger-pull really is a long grind, but the SA is fairly crisp and short. The safety is a bit awkward to push upwards, and it has an outward spur on both sides that can be prone to snagging. The"speed" loader that comes with the kit is a bit clumsy and difficult, especially with a fresh magazine. In summary, I wish my experience was as good as so many other PX4 owners, but the accuracy issue was disappointing enough to put a stink on my enthusiasm for this particular firearm. Understandably, I would only recommend this firearm with caution, but will continue to shoot it and provide a future update on its performance. March 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good firearm Shoots well and is easy to field strip. It has been accurate and the felt recoil is minimal to me. I do not believe it is as good as my Springfield Armory XDM but it is close. February 25, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice Gun! I purchased this model chambered in 9mm. It's a very nice looking gun with a futuristic kind of look to it. The gun breaks down extremely easy and very similar to a Glock. There is a nice red indicator on the outside of the extractor to indicate that there is a live round in the chamber. This gun shoots a lot better than I expected. From about 15-20 yards, I was able to shoot a very tight group with 100 rounds. The trigger reset is nice and set up similar to a Glock. Overall a sweet shooting gun at a great price. February 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love my .45 Bought my first handgun about a year ago. I really didn't know what i wanted for sure. Just knew i wanted reliability in my handgun. I looked at the .45 PX4 and knew it was the one. I am a big guy and the interchangeable hand gaurds are great. The gun fits perfectly in my hands. With a loaded 10 rd magazine the weight is evenly distributed. Its easy to clean. Plus that rotating barrel technology makes the amount of kick seem like nothing at all. Love the Beretta PX4 .45ACP December 4, 2013
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They make two models of the 9MM full size gun. One has a 17+1 clip, the other a 10+1 clip. Are they entirely different guns, or are the clips just different?
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Only the mags are different, some states don't allow over 10 round capacity mags and it was banned for a while. But now that we can have hi cap mags you get a choice.
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The only difference is the magazine capacity.
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How many clips? Box? etc.....
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Mine came with 2 mags a 10rd and a 9rd plus the magazine loader, the different grips and the cleaning kit plus the booklet. I bought the .45 PX4 Storm Full size.
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I just purchased one in Florida in October 2013. I got the full size 9MM 17+1.
It came with a hard case, 3 clips, the grip on the gun plus 2 additional grips, a small tool and cleaning kit, a cup for various purposes, a handbook, a gun lock (Not sure if the gun lock was from Beretta or the gun dealer) and a loading device (A piece of plastic).The case is really to small to hold all the stuff
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My gun came with 2 magazines, 14 round capacity in 40 cal. A basic cleaning tool and case along with the three interchangeable backs for the grip.
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Normally, two magazines, a lock and a parts cup in a hard case.
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3 clips
gun lock
2 or 3 gun grips (s, m, l)
hard plastic, lined case
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It comes with two mags, speed loader, booklets and a quick clean kit.
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The full-size is pretty reliable, the compact and sub-compact less so. Kinda depends on you, but I'm a noob and get good groups at 25+ yards.
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This question is a bit general. If you buy a pistol for self defense then how far it is accurate is a non-subject. It depends on the shooter , the load, bullet shape and a few other facts. It is real real accurate for me to about 50 yards. What you need to ask for defense is how well does it draw. Does it ever fail. Is it too heavy for me? Remember that most defensive shooting happens within 10 feet.
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This is my first gun. So far my best grouping is 2" with 5 rounds at 120 feet distance.
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Distance or me 20 yards for very close pattern of 6 shots. I am not a pro shooter by no means. The most accurate of my 5 pistols at that distance.
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depending on how good you are... and if you practice but i have seen people shoting very tight groups at 50ft....
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You can either get a custom-fit holster from Beretta or a generic one from anywhere else. It does NOT work with molded holsters for other Berettas like the 92, though.
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The best one I think is the Blackhawk Serpa Concealable...
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Most all major brands. Fobus, Blackhawk Crossbreed
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Blackhawk makes an awesome hip holster with an extra mag pouch
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Semi-automatic....I have this gun and it's amazing.
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Yes it is.
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Yes. It's a double/single action auto.
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Full size refers to the model with a 4" barrel. High-capacity refers to the 17-round (in 9mm) magazine. They're really apples and orange terms.
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Full size refers to the size of the pistol. Like a 5" barrel is full size and a 4" is compact. Under that it is usually called sub-compact. High capacity refers to the amount of ammo the mags hold. 9mm go from 10rnds to 17rnds. So high capacity is any that is above what a normal mag for that pistol.
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The full size is high capacity at 14 rounds in the magazine. The compact has a capacity of 12 rounds, the subcompact has 8 or 10 I believe.
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Full size refers to the size of the weapon. The PX4 is a full size weapon. The magazines are what is different. HIgh capacity is over 10 rounds and standard is 10 rounds and under.

Some states will not allow the use or possession of magazines with capacity higher than 10 rounds therfore Bass Pro will sells both models.
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For most popular guns there are full size and compact models, for instance I just purchased a Ruger SR 9 full sized high capasity model 17rds you can also buy the compact model which is the Ruger SR9c the c is for compact it also holds 17rds. However you can buy a standard or regular capasity model which would hold 10rds. Almost every major brand Glock, Beretta, Sig, Ruger, Smith & Wesson, ect. make model in both a full sized and compact. High capasity above 10rds & standard 10rds or less, they do this because in many state you can only have 10 max rounds in a magizine by law.
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