Beretta PX4 Storm Sub-Compact Semi-Auto Pistol
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Beretta® uses a reliable tilt-breech system on the PX4 Storm Sub-Compact Semi-Auto Pistol to keep it as slim and lightweight as possible, as opposed to the rotating barrel design used on the full-sized PX4 Storm. The tilt-breech system works to dissipate the recoil in the web of the hand and reduce muzzle rise. The PX4 Sub-Compact semi-automatic pistol shoots in either double or single action mode, and is equally suited for concealed carry, home defense, and recreational shooting. The Sub-Compact PX4 Storm features a lightweight, corrosion resistant, fiberglass-reinforced polymer frame that includes an integral Picatinny rail for rapid attachment of tactical lights and laser sights. Interchange backstraps allow a perfect fit to any sized hand; the PX4 Storm has an ambidextrous slide lock and safety, and the magazine release is reversible. The slide has a durable Bruniton™ non-reflective black finish that provides superior corrosion resistance, ideal for concealed carry use where the firearm can be exposed to perspiration on a daily basis. The gun's stainless steel barrel resists corrosion and requires less maintenance. 3-dot sights provide quick target acquisition, and both front and rear sights are dovetailed into the slide, allowing user to easily change them with after market night sights. The Beretta PX4 Storm Sub-Compact Semi-Auto Pistol uses a double-stacked magazine with a hinged baseplate for the pinky, if needed. Full-sized PX4 Storm magazines can also be used with the sub-compact model. Comes with 2 magazines.
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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.
I have the PX4 in F series and SubCompact -- they have performed flawlessly with over 4000 rounds each.