NOTE: THIS ITEM HAS SOLD.
MODEL: Beretta PX4 Storm
CONDITION: Excellent, showing no real signs of use.
For sale is a Beretta PX4 Storm in 45 ACP caliber. This is the C model, which is Berettas constant trigger pull model, meaning each trigger pull is the same. Condition on this pistol is excellent, showing no real signs of use. Comes complete with a total of 3 nine round magazines, original hard case, original manuals, cleaning set, and extra backstraps. Would make a great bedside or truck gun.
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Most people around the gun world have probably heard about the Beretta Px4 Storm line of pistols, the polymer framed handguns from Beretta in 9mm, S&W and ACP. When the Storm was first released in the States a couple of years back, the only action configurations available were the DA/SA and DAO actions, neither of which really blows my skirt up. However, all of a sudden, Im seeing the Px4 Storm C configuration is suddenly available, which does interest me. The Storm C model is described by Beretta as Constant Action. From the February 09 issue of American Handgunner, Mas Ayoob describes the C model as follows:
The fourth option, the Px4C, is a new thing for Beretta. The C stands for Constant Action. Having seen the overwhelming popularity of the light-stroke double action only (DAO) trigger systems of Sig Sauer (DAK) and Heckler & Koch (LEM), Beretta wisely chose to come up with their own. The Constant Action gives the Px4C only one trigger pull. Shot to shot, it is relatively light and not terribly long, the pull length measuring a very manageable .
Now, this is part where a lesser man would make a joke about welcoming Beretta to in having finally produced a striker fired/polymer framed handgun, but Ill refrain. Besides, unlike Rugers entry into the field, the Px4 Storm doesnt have a magazine disconnect safety, and is actually pretty customizable. From the factory, the gun comes with the interchangeable backstrap, but (for the gamers out there) you can also change the mag release button to get a much larger one, or an extended mag release. This is great for people who are thinking about running a Storm in IDPA Stock Service Pistol or USPSA Production division the extended magazine release will make those fast mag changes just a little bit faster.
On the C model (pictured above) the gun is lacking in a safety or decocking mechanism on the slide one less thing to catch on your clothes if youre trying to draw the weapon. Plus, the rear sight is dovetailed in to the slide, which means you can replace it with a Novak or Trijicon with relative ease. The Px4 Storm Model C retails for $, according to Davidsons, which puts it right in that butter-zone of pricing to be competitive with the Glock and Springfield XD.
For Sale: Beretta PX4 Storm Type C S&W pictol 4" Barrel
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The Type D has a longer/heavier trigger pull but doesn't need to be cocked before each shot. In fact, it can't be cocked except by pulling the trigger. When dry firing the Type D you can "fire" as many times as you want just by pulling the trigger again.
Both are suitable for carry. I suggest trying both types of triggers if you can and see which one you like best.
Edited to add: For the record s, Hi-Powers, Glocks, Kahrs, Springfield XDs, Smith & Wesson M&Ps and probably others that I'm forgetting all work in similar fashion to the Type C in that they need to be cocked to some degree before each shot and the cycling of the slide during recoil usually handles recocking automatically.
Last edited by ATW; September 9, at PM.
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BERETTA PX4 STORM pistol PRICE AND HISTORICAL VALUE
Panama City, FL
Bay City, MI
Apollo Beach, FL
Apollo Beach, FL
Beretta Px4 Storm
type of semi-automatic pistol
The Beretta Px4 Storm (9mm Para)
|Mass||Px4: g (oz) (without magazine)|
Px4SC: g (oz) (without magazine)
|Length||Px4: mm (in)|
Px4SC: mm (in)
|Action||Short recoil, locked-breech, rotating barrel lock|
|Muzzlevelocity||m/s (1,ft/s) (9×19mm Parabellum)|
|Sights||3-dot iron sights|
The Beretta Px4 Storm is a semi-automatic pistol manufactured by Beretta of Italy and intended for personal defense and law enforcement use. The Px4 uses the same short-recoil, rotating barrel action as the Beretta and uses the same trigger and safety system as the Beretta 92, while being completely different in design from either.
Light-weight polymer construction with steel inserts, a modular trigger group, fully enclosing slide, Picatinny rail, and changeable backstrap options for the grip are a radical departure from previous Beretta designs.
Unlike the later generation Beretta 92/96/M9 series, the Px4's trigger guard is rounded for better concealed carry. The takedown pin of earlier models is replaced by a spring-loaded bar, accessed via frame recesses on both sides, which must be grasped and pulled down simultaneously to release the slide. The slide spring is doubly captive, being inserted approximately an inch into the transfer block at one end and a receiving hole in the front of the slide at the other. It is a self-contained assembly, completely captured by the polymer guide.
The magazine holds the top round directly behind the barrel's breech end so only a slight feed ramp is needed. This allows the barrel to fully support the case. The 6-R rifling of the barrel generates counter-clockwise torque which is harnessed by the locking system to reduce the amount of pressure required from the rotating barrel lock's cam and pin system to affect unlocking. The steel transfer block's cam pin is 5mm wide and 2mm deep. The entire hammer unit mechanism can be removed from the Px4, without the use of special tools, as a single group. This allows easy access to the firing mechanism for cleaning.
The Px4's design makes it impossible to assemble incorrectly from a field-stripped takedown.
The Px4 originally featured an interchangeable, luminescent 3-dot sight system (coated in Super-LumiNova) for use in dark or low-light situations. With short exposure to any kind of light, the night sights' luminescence lasted up to 30 minutes.
Beretta discontinued the luminescent 3-dot nights sights for the Px4 in , replacing them with standard 3-dot sights. The weapon also incorporates a Picatinny rail under the muzzle to allow flashlights, laser sights, and other accessories to be attached.
To aid the versatility of the Px4, a number of parts were designed to be modular. These parts include the backstrap, the magazine release button, the slide catch and the hammer unit mechanism. The backstrap is available in three sizes: slim, standard and oversized. The magazine release button can be mounted on either side of the weapon and replaced by one of three types: standard, large or combat (extended). The standard slide catch can be replaced with a slimmer version to avoid snagging when the weapon is drawn quickly from a holster.
The Px4 is available in four models:
The Px4 Storm Subcompact is a compact Px4 chambered in 9×19mm and S&W. It has a DA/SA trigger. The Px4 Subcompact uses a tilt barrel system. It is intended for personal defense and law enforcement use with a focus on concealed carry.
Beretta is marketing the Px4 Subcompact as the most advanced subcompact sidearm in existence. It is lightweight and small. The barrel is stainless steel, to help prevent corrosion from perspiration. The magazine release button is both changeable and reversible. Finally, Beretta's patented SnapGrip Magazine Extender extends the grip size down for a more secure grip.
A high magazine capacity is available, along with a magazine adapter to extend the grip to accommodate the full size magazine increasing capacity to 17 or 20 rounds in 9mm, and 14 or 17 rounds in S&W. The Beretta Px4 Sub Compact Magazine Adapter adapts the full size Px4 magazine for use in Px4 Subcompact pistol.
The Px4 Storm Compact is sized between the Full Size and the Subcompact models. It adopts the rotating barrel design of the full size pistols, but with a shorter and proportioned slide and grip. This model also introduces an ambidextrous slide stop lever. A high magazine capacity is maintained, with 15 rounds in 9mm and 12 rounds in S&W. The Px4 Storm Compact models accept the full size magazines as well, increasing capacity to 17 or 20 rounds in 9mm and 14 or 17 rounds in S&W.
Px4 Compact Carry
In January , in collaboration with Ernest Langdon of Langdon Tactical, Beretta announced the Px4 Compact Carry, an optimized version of the Px4 Compact meant specifically for concealed carry. It is a Type G (has a low profile decocker) available only in 9x19mm, includes a larger magazine release button, uses the improved Beretta plated competition hammer group for an improved, lighter trigger pull, a thinner slide with a Sniper Grey Cerakote coating (different from regular Compact model), an Ameriglo high-visibility orange tritium front sight and black rear notch sights for fast target acquisition, and includes a Talon grip wrap for improved grip texture and handling. It also comes with a total of three round magazines. It was delayed from its original release date due to supply issues with the sights, and was released at the beginning of
Joint Combat Pistol
Main article: Joint Combat Pistol
The Px4 is available in ACP designated as the Px4 Storm SD (Special Duty). Notable differences between the standard ACP and the Special Duty are the desert tan frame color, PVD coated magazines and internal firing control assembly, double recoil spring, specially roll marked slide and a longer barrel to facilitate the use of a suppressor. The PVD coated magazines (one 9- and two round magazines come with the package) are not scheduled to be imported and there will only be one production run of the Px4SD. Supplies are limited. Initial photos show the barrel with a silver proprietary coating but the production models have a black finished barrel. Also, pistol tags indicate that superluminova sight paint is standard but Beretta USA discontinued use of the paint in so the Px4SD will have standard white 3-dot sights. The special Pelican case contains oil, cleaning kit, three magazines, pistol, all three back straps, all three magazine buttons, manual, warranty card and two foam dividers.
Prices for this pistol are ranging from $ to $ new.
Announced in late , Project Allegiance has Beretta USA paying a $10, death benefit for any law enforcement officer who participates in the program. "Participate" means purchasing a Px4, and registering with the program. It is good for three years after the purchase. Beretta is also offering free counseling, legal, and financial advice to the survivors of the officer who is killed in the line of duty as part of the program.
- Argentina: 1, pistols；Buenos Aires Metropolitan Police & Buenos Aires City Police
- Canada: Canada Border Services Agency
- Chile: Used by the Special forces
- India: Used by Para (Special Forces) as a sidearm.
- Italy: Used by NOCS. and Guardia di Finanza
- Libya: Ordered Px4 before the civil war
- Malaysia: pistols；Royal Malaysia Police and Ministry of Home Affairs
- Portugal: Polícia de Segurança Pública
- Romania: Romanian Police - 25, pistols
- South Africa: 40, pistols；South African Police Service and several Metro Police Departments.
- Serbia: Formerly used by PTJ.
- South Korea: The th Special Mission Battalion has been photographed using the Px4 during exercises.
- Turkmenistan: Ordered pistols
- United States: Used by the Ohio County, WV Sheriff's Department,Maryland State Police,Sparta, New Jersey Police Department,Providence, Rhode Island Police Department, Fresno Police Department, and Rochester, NY police department.,Pharr, Texas Police Department.
- Venezuela: Venezuelan National Guard. Bolivarian National Police Corps.
- Neville, Leigh (). European Counter-Terrorist Units –. Oxford: Osprey Publishing. ISBN.
Px4 Storm Compact
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