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Finally Got The Beretta PX4 Storm Sub-Compact!

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    Default Finally Got The Beretta PX4 Storm Sub-Compact!

    Well I had some items I've been trying to sell on eBay that I set aside for a pistol and the last of the items finally sold. So I've been having a Beretta PX4 Storm Sub-Compact 9mm in my sights and I finally got it!

    So far it feels really nice. I prefer the backstrap that was on it originally, there were two others to try out. I also like how one of the magazine's base can be pulled down to make it extend for your pinky. I thought that was pretty neat. Anyway, I'll be doing a more detailed review on it after I shoot it a bit.



    Last edited by lukem; 10-31-2008 at 09:18 AM.


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    Nice, Luke - it looks comfortable - I like the grip!

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    SWEET PIECE, LUKE! I'm a Beretta whore, myself.
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    Looks like a nifty little gun. I will be looking foward to your review.
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    Congrats on the new toy!! Have fun shootin!

    Looks like a sweet firearm!
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    Very nice. Let us know how it shoots.
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    I'll say that it shot REALLY good. I'll get more detailed when I do my actual review of it. But I think I have a new favorite!


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    Luke - Have you reviwed this firearm yet. I can't find it on search., if so, sorry. I love Beretta's (my old 92fs) but really want a small carry piece. The Glock 26 is smaller and lighter, so I have been leaning that way.... but I can't get over wanting this gun. Have you had any problems with concealment? It looks pretty fat and itsspecs are bigger than the G26. Any help would be appreciated.

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    I haven't finished my review on it yet. I really like it but I have to say I find myself carrying my Glock 26 more than that. I just got my laptop back from Dell on Friday and will hopefully be able to get a few product reviews out soon including this one.


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    Default PX4 Storm Subcompact First 250 rounds. Few problems - and a question.

    Bought the 9mm gun a few weeks ago, and had the following experience:

    First 50 rounds: FTFs - 2-3 per magazine. Used Blazer Brass and Federal ammo.
    Next 100 rounds- Federal 115 grain and cheap generic ammo. - about 10 FTFs
    Next 50 rounds were shot with American Eagle 124 grain - no problems at all. Unfortunately the ammo costs about 80% more than I'm ready to pay for range ammo.
    Next 50 rounds - generic ammo - about 5 FTFs.

    Another problem that bothers me is that (with all ammo except for the 124 grain) the slide fails to stay open after the last shot about 85% of the time. Also, when I load the chamber with safety/decocker in safe position (as the manual suggests) the slide doesn't return all the way forward - it stops about 1/8 in. short about 40% of the time.

    Since it seems that some of the problems are improving I am hesitating with sending the gun back to Beretta, but in the same time I wonder if I should just send it and let them take care of it. The gun store clerk said that since there is nothing physically wrong with the gun, and since they will probably use +P ammo in Beretta when/if I send it they probably won't experience the same problems and send it back.
    Does anyone have any experience with their customer service? Should I just send it back, or put some more rounds through it and see if my problems disappear?

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