Beretta Px4 Storm Pistol



Specifications

Style Full Size Pistol
Grips Integrated
Caliber 9mm / .40 SW / .45 ACP
Capacity 10/14/17 rounds
Weight
27.52 oz (780 g)
Length 7.59 inches (19.3 cm)
Barrel 4 inches (10.2 cm)
Trigger DA/SA
Manufactured Italy by Fabbrica d'Armi Pietro Beretta
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Beretta Px4 Storm Reviews

     
318 Reviews

 

Justin M. from Fairmont, NC on Sun, 3 Jul 2016

So right, ...Vest! BTW, looked up your blog, but didn't see much. Work in progress?

Justin M. from Fairmont, NC on Thu, 30 Jun 2016

@Rerun201: WOW, was that just a bit hard to follow! I read it several times before I got the gist of it, but can see WHY you wrote it that way. Wasn't me. I remember the scam from several months ago, but not anything recent, my friend. Hmmm... Anyway, how are things going with your favorite gun? ;)

Peter V. from Anadarko, OK on Wed, 29 Jun 2016

Okay, so who did I upset? Someone posted about someone else posting something that sounded like a scam. I post about how these scams work, and now the alleged scam, the person calling out the scam and my post explaining the scam method no longer show up? Someone have an explanation? Especially since I follow this thread and I received e-mail notification re: new postings and I see these three posts being deleted are the only new changes?

Justin M. from Fairmont, NC on Thu, 26 May 2016

...and when asked why he carried 3 guns, his reply was "because 4 would just be ostentatious." ;)

Justin M. from Fairmont, NC on Thu, 5 May 2016

Tig et al, I love the discussion of holsters! There are so many out there that are similar and can do so much, so I'll add yet one more to consider. www.kholster.com can offer you an IWB that is very much like the Crossbreeds (great holsters, BTW) but have a bit more adjustability and are less expensive. Just sayin'. For 9mmman: You're killing me here!!! I've held the Compact and I WANT ONE!!! I've handled it several times and each time have managed to put it back on the counter. My full size is calling for a little brother and the CX4 is saying "bring it on". I have made a vow to make my next purchase an ARX160 when they become available as semiauto's in the good ol' USA, but my resolve is dwindling...

Alan R. from Midland City, AL on Tue, 3 May 2016

Just bought the new Beretta PX4 Compact in 9MM (not the subompact) after doing some research. Took it to the range twice so far...about 500 rounds through it. Totally flawless right out of the box. Minimal recoil, accurate, fun to shoot, I added Trijicon night sights since I carry this gun now. Good size & weight for CCW and it looks cool too :) Totally happy with this purchase. You point it and pull the trigger...it goes bang. Just what you want for a carry weapon. I have the full size PX4 and it is flawless too.

Leo S. from Baton Rouge, LA on Sun, 17 Apr 2016

This is my first handgun purchase. I bought my storm (.40cal) at a gun show about 3 weeks ago. The guns design is very ergonomic, and it feels as if it was "made" just for my hand! Weight distribution is well balance, and shooting this machine is fun (although very loud at night lol). I decided to buy this gun from all of the positive reviews from this website. I' am now in the market for a good holster.

Justin M. from Fairmont, NC on Sun, 10 Apr 2016

Gloc9mm, do you own a PX4 Storm in .45cal? Have you personally compared it to a 1911? That would be something that could add a lot of weight to your recommendation, but without that comparison, I think the whole "I love me some 1911" really doesn't shed much light. The 1911 is indeed a formidable handgun, one which nears perfection. That being said, there are new generations to consider, guns with lots to offer that are not built on that older (WELL respected) platform. Worth looking into, IMHO.

Randall F. from Norfolk, VA on Sun, 10 Apr 2016

oDI, i have the 45 ACP, no malfunctions of any kind. Shoots fine just like the 9 and the recoil isnt really bad at all. You will see a lot of people with them on you tube. Some complaints there but none at all on the 45 acp I believe. 45 is a low pressure cartridge anyway - mine is a good shooter.

Randall F. from Norfolk, VA on Sun, 10 Apr 2016

oDI, i have the 45 ACP, no malfunctions of any kind. Shoots fine just like the 9 and the recoil isnt really bad at all. You will see a lot of people with them on you tube. Some complaints there but none at all on the 45 acp I believe. 45 is a low pressure cartridge anyway - mine is a good shooter.

Justin M. from Fairmont, NC on Fri, 25 Mar 2016

Finally a break in the weather!!! It's now only getting up to the 90's here in TX, so I can once again think about an IWB with shorts or long pants. YAY! I am known to carry one of 3 different guns, but far and away my favorite is my PX4 Storm type F in 9mm. I have never thought it too big to carry (for crying out loud, there are MANY who carry full size 1911's) and I LOVE that it has enough ammo included to most likely be the winner should a full fire-fight ensue (unless of course the shtf). In closer fitting gear, I carry a Kahr PM9 (with crimson trace to overcome that short site picture--love the smooth double action it uses) and in the intense heat I use a Beretta Bobcat, usually for my morning constitutional. When feeling the need, even in the heat, I have been known to use a manly-man bag to house the Storm and even an extra mag full of my favorite JHP. Ladies and gentlemen, there just may be a better gun out there, but I haven't found it yet. Yes, you should ALWAYS clean a new gun before using it. That packing grease is just not conducive to a properly functioning gun. I am not a complete noob, but am not an old hand at this (carrying for one and a half, shooting for only 3 years), but everything I read tells me clean your gun whenever you use it and clean it BEFORE using a new one. I have stuck to this and found it to be useful for every weapon I have purchased. My Storm (and for that matter, my other Beretta weapons) have functioned as advertised and the only times they have given me pause is when I have not handled them appropriately. User error does not make a bad weapon. I'm not sure of the actual count, but am very sure I'm approching 5000 rounds on this gun and have found it to be completely reliable. YMMV. One other note mentioned below is the question of safety use. mightyfofaad and I both are strong proponents of carrying a hot gun, that is safety off, a cartridge in the chamber with a double action trigger available for my BRAIN to act as safety. I use the Safety to de-cock the gun and then leave it safe long enough to place it in my IWB, then drop off the safety. The gun will not fire if you don't pull the trigger. Follow the foremost rules of gun safety and you will be just fine. There are models of this gun available that do not have the safety (model C) that have a very comfortable DAO that is less than the F model's double action.

Nicholas F. from Lake Isabella, CA on Thu, 24 Mar 2016

This review concerns the compact version, the one that still uses the rotating barrel system. Even though the last thing I would want to think about when in a gun battle is style, this gun has that and it fits in my hands well. This gun is also very accurate and precise out of the box. The only issue I had with this gun is that I did not oil the gun up before its first run, so the thing stove-piped every other shot. The guys dropped in a little oil but that did not work. I took it back to the tool shed and gave it a good clean up and oiling and it functioned perfectly after that... this does not give me much confidence about its ability to preform dirty, but the lesson learned is to clean your guns even when new. Can anyone tell me if Beretta has improved from the rare comments I hear about the service life of their guns? As rarely as I use one I imagine it will never be a problem for me but I was curious.

Daryl M. from Leroy, IN on Mon, 14 Mar 2016

I have the 9mm Compact and love it. I have to admit this is my first pistol but I think I got a great gun in the process! I've had it for about 4 months and put about 2500 rounds through it so far with absolutely zero problems. I have used 4 or 5 different brands of FMJ and 2 different styles of Hornady JHP. Tear down and cleaning are easy. The gun has a great feel it. Someday I hope I can afford to add the .45 SD to my collection.

Teddy R. from Pomeroy, OH on Mon, 7 Mar 2016

Have this in .40 cal. Very comfortable and great looking. Very easy to strip and clean. Holds a lot of rounds for a .40. It took a bit to get used too for me. I think the gun is a bit too light for the caliber. It's too big to carry. Plus the DA/SA Thumb Safety/Decocker is confounfding at times. Give me a DA only for self defense any day of the week. I use it for range time only.

Justin M. from Fairmont, NC on Mon, 8 Feb 2016

Thanks for the flavorful wording! Couldn't have put it better myself. I spent a few minutes on a note to the website help section. Perhaps this moron can find somewhere else to flame?

Russell V. from West Point, NE on Thu, 14 Jan 2016

woofwoof, I've had a Beretta PX4 .45 full-size for a couple of years. It's a great gun, about the size of a 1911, maybe a little thicker. Much lighter than a 1911 though. I can't compare it to an XDM as I've never handled one of those. It's very ergonomic as are the 92's (owned one of those in the 80's) and points well. The fit and finish of a Beretta is as good as it comes. The gun always fires, always ejects and is accurate. So far, it takes anything I feed it. The recoil is less than a 1911 but still substantial. There's no comparison with the recoil from a .22 handgun. I've got a couple of "dog guns" (22's) and the Beretta .45 is a different animal. The compact versions of the PX4 sometimes suffer feeding problems, particularly 9mm, I've seen that with my own two eyes at the range. The full-size version, again, no problem. I don't carry a weapon typically, I feel safer without one except in the woods. Animals are the only thing I've ever had to defend myself against. Maybe the most common gripe is the safety/decocker levers that protrude from the slide. $70 at the Beretta store online and you can get ones that are flush to the slide. It's a DA/SA auto so I never use the levers except to decock the gun, and for me they are not a problem. No need for a safety in DA mode, in my book. Again, the .45 PX4 is comparable to a 1911 in size, but significantly lighter. It's a shade lighter than an XDM. It is by no means a compact pistol. As a carry gun where you live, it would probably be concealable except on the hottest days. I really like the gun, for form and function it doesn't get any better than this, only more expensive. HTH.

Robbie V. from Chester, IL on Mon, 21 Dec 2015

If someone is an intruder in my house and means harm or I think they mean harm to my family or me, God have mercy on them....because I won't. Now I'm not trigger happy, and I hope I never have to shoot someone, but if it comes down to it, to protect those I love, you're damn right I'd shoot, I'm not taking any chances. Neither me nor my family will become statistics. When the smoke clears, there are two types of people in that situation, survivors and victims. I refuse to be a victim. I'd rather be judged by 12 than carried by 6.

Harrison H. from Kerman, CA on Mon, 21 Dec 2015

Ladies and Gentlemen, It appears my self defense commentary has generated some discussion. Some positive, and some…well, a bit below the belt. Although I didn’t write my penny’s worth of thought to incite a riot, I am pleased to read the advice in a few of the responses. I find the interest in my comments strange, considering my other failed attempts to generate discussion on technical issues. I guess the esoteric realm of self defense transcends facts and figures, allowing everyone to be a professed expert on the subject. Even me. Ha! Not every homeowner gets the opportunity to experience firing-line-conditions before they have to initiate self defense action. Without that benefit, we mere mortals have to depend on mental exercise as part of our preparation. Sort of like memorizing the emergency exits in a hotel, if you will. Without boring you with details, my personal living conditions do not lend themselves to a nighttime invasion of my home. However, that doesn’t prevent me from thinking about a response to the remote possibility of one. That response must take my unique living conditions into consideration. Not every homeowner is a Rambo, and not every intruder is as dangerous as Hollywood would have you believe. For those with combat experience, I am certain you know, once the battle begins, all those best-laid plans get thrown out the window. Assuming that I can remember my plan at 2 AM, if it doesn’t impress you, perhaps it won’t deter a intruder, either. If so, another course of action will be required. At the confluence of chaos, if the intruder does not quit the field of engagement, someone is going down. Hopefully, my preparations will keep it from being me. Don’t overlook my home field advantage. What some may see as my foolhardy plan, underestimate that even fools can be hardy. Every Congressional Medal of Honor recipient will tell you they reacted automatically to the situation, and never consider themselves heroes. I wonder if adrenaline isn't like an extra magazine. While it is easy to take a verbal punch, my hope is that if I ever have to initiate a self defense plan, my backbone stays stiff enough to prevail. What more can any of us ask of ourselves? Any more thoughts on self defense, anyone? Idlethyme

Harrison H. from Kerman, CA on Mon, 21 Dec 2015

Ladies and Gentlemen, Have you shot your pistol within the confines of your home? If not, you should do so. To say the sound is deafening is an understatement. For you boys with anything larger than a 9mm, I hope you're wearing ear muffs when you pull the trigger. Let me advance a suggestion of self defense within the confines of your home for your consideration. If there is an intruder in the house, the first order of business is to get them out. The second order of business is to avoid confrontation with the intruder. The legal a-holes chasing a meal ticket and the anti-gun crowd will make your life miserable if they can. Because the Castle Doctrine is not ironclad, there is no good reason to give them cause. In that light, if there is an intruder in the house, pulling the pistol trigger while aimed at a safe, easily repaired, target like the ceiling (if no one is above), a window if nothing of concern is beyond or the floor will send an unmistakable message throughout the house. Assuming the assailant had their mouth open during the shot, he should be able to hear you yell you have twelve more shots just like that one. At this point, I don't think the perp is going to wonder what caliber you're using, are you bluffing or even if you can hit the broadside of a barn. Rather, I think he is going to be looking for the nearest exit. There is no reason to chase the perp outside the house, but to call the authorities, check on the family, survey the damage and thank your lucky stars you had the foresight to buy a pistol. Now, if the intruder decides to make a stand, hopefully your training for this situation will kick in along with a massive dose of adrenaline. At this point, after making an effort to chase the intruder out of the house, I don't think anyone can fault you for shooting until he doesn't move. Unlike others, this was only a penny's worth of thought for your consideration. Idlethyme

Harrison H. from Kerman, CA on Sun, 20 Dec 2015

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Beretta Px4 Storm Questions & Comments

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extra883 from Flint, MI on Sun, 30 Apr 2017

Has anyone ever shot this with Wolf ammo?

Peter V. from Anadarko, OK on Fri, 8 Jul 2016

@mark Sorry about the convoluted post; seemed like the thing to write at the time. As for my favorite pistol, it is fine. Don't get to carry it as much these days as I now work for a company that prefers to not have firearms on the premises. Should be heading out to the range again this week.

Jimmy Q. from Findlay, OH on Thu, 26 May 2016

Markej4801 I know what you meen, the Glock 22 with the 4.5 inch barrel is full size. I would love to give a PX4 but I'm afraid I will want one. I did some reading on them and have no doubt they are quality, I meen, it's Beretta for heavens sakes. I like the rotating barrel and the picitinny rail for light, lazer. Niether of the handguns I have now have a rail. I should of kept the Glock 22 but, 3 was just too much to afford to shoot!!!. even one is.

Justin M. from Fairmont, NC on Wed, 25 May 2016

@ke7zem, if you get the chance you should stop into a gun range, rent one in your choice of ammo (3 sizes to choose from) and give it a whirl. On second thought, perhaps you shouldn't--you already have several guns and one more in your arsenal would just be ostentatious. :D Mine is a 9mm, as is its brother CX4, but I've shot the .40 and would love to try out the .45. This is not a gun to take lightly--its fit and finish is stellar and with Beretta's reputation you'll find little to no fault. As to barrel length, many of today's weapons are considered full size with a 4" barrel. Just because of the limited length, don't sell it short (pun intended).

Jimmy Q. from Findlay, OH on Wed, 25 May 2016

I don't see how they call this a full size pistol. even the Beretta 92FS is a 4.5 inch barrel. My 1911 has a 5 inch barrel. I would call this Full Size. I think that's what it says on there website. I love Beretta, I have the 84fs Cheetah and I had the 92fs, beautiful guns, these PX models, I don't know, they don't jump out and say Beretta. I bet they are great, I read about the .45 cal version, they are probably the bee's knees.

Peter V. from Anadarko, OK on Wed, 20 Apr 2016

@Mr.OneShot You've touched on one of my favorite topics. It's all in what your needs are-field use, concealed carry, range, what have you. Most people here are interested in concealed carry so I'm going to address that area. My personal preference for a CC holster is inside the waistband or IWB. IWB carry takes some getting used to, but when you adapt to it, it is easy to conceal a pistol with a waist length or longer jacket or just a shirt tail hanging out. The draw motion is smooth and easy. My personal best CC IWB holster is the Texas Heritage from Tucker. [url]http://tuckergunleather.com/teheiwb.html[/url] It is comfortable as it is made of leather and does not have a reinforced mouth. Some think a reinforced mouth is a necessity so that one can re-holster quickly. My thinking is the primary consideration is to be able to draw and put the pistol into action quickly. You can take your time when re-holstering once you have brought the situation back to where it needs to be. However, if you feel you must have a holster with an open mouth, look at Garrett Industries Silent Thunder. [url]http://garrettindustries.mybigcommerce.com/products/Silent-Thunder-IWB.html[/url] Garrett uses a proprietary process to bond a leather lining to the interior surface of a kydex holster body. This has two big pluses-it protects your finish a bit better and it really makes the holster quiet. I've been carrying concealed on a daily basis for over 3 decades. I have used a variety of holsters over these years-various manufacturers, various styles from IWB, hip, shoulder, ankle, and butt/belly pack. For me, IWB is the best method of concealed carry. These holsters are ones I personally own and use. Both companies are great to deal with. And both of these holsters give you the option to carry in "tuckable" fashion, with your shirt tucked in your waistband over the holster to conceal the firearm. Not an option I use, especially with the PX4 due to its size, but it is an option. And, seeing as you're in SC, an option you might want to consider as your heat and humidity are a bit higher than here in Michigan.

Leo S. from Baton Rouge, LA on Sun, 17 Apr 2016

On the subjects of holsters for this handgun, the above link doesn't work. Does anyone know of a good type and brand of holster that works well with the storm? Thanks in advance.

Frank F. from Warsaw, MO on Thu, 14 Apr 2016

No I do not own one, but have used one and personally I felt although it was ok, I didn't love it or I would have bought one! I was answering a request for info on 45's from another member below. He received my "opinion", which I will stand by! We all may have an opinion as do you, but that makes neither of us incorrect. That's why they are called opinions, and I know in what I had stated, many here also share the same "Opinion"! *See ("IMHO"....). I also stated ""There might be something newer that's just as good?? But I don't personally feel there is any better"" and again I will stand by that as well! (I don't play this "My Gun is better than your's" kid crap!)

Frank F. from Warsaw, MO on Sun, 10 Apr 2016

*Kenobi, IMHO, I always have to recommend the Colt 1911 when someone asks about a 45. I have owned/carried one for more yrs than I care to remember, and have had no problems with it whatsoever. But I'm not one who really keeps up with things much until I feel the need to buy a new Gun, other than the comments made here. There might be something newer that's just as good?? But I don't personally feel there is any better! It's probably the most popular 45/Pistol ever made and has been proven with time. You can find a million comments/Bullet Ratings about just about every weapon made to your left under the "Pistols" section. But you do need to go thru each Brand that's made in a 45, or I think you can also pull it up as well under each individule Cal. (45, 9mm etc) to make it easier. I just don't want to go look and lose this entire post. (I can't type!)lol Good Luck!

Frank F. from Warsaw, MO on Sun, 10 Apr 2016

Kenobi, IMHO, I always have to recommend the Colt 1911 when someone asks about a 45. I have owned/carried one for more yrs than I care to remember, and have had no problems with it whatsoever. But I'm not one who really keeps up with things much until I feel the need to buy a new Gun. There might be something newer that's just as good?? I can't say better! It's probably the most popular 45/Pistol ever made and has been proven with time, and reliability is what I'm and most others are most concerened with when it comes to any weapon. Good Luck!

Mark W. from El Centro, CA on Thu, 7 Apr 2016

Im interested in adding a .45 cal. to my collection, but I see no reviews here. Any that have this Pistol and would like to post reviews either for or against, I would be very appreciative. We all hate to spend $700 for a P.O.S. I need reviews to persuade me to purchase a Pistol. Thanx Guys !!

Kirk V. from Ladera Ranch, CA on Sat, 26 Mar 2016

Well I'm old & my memory ain't what it used to be, and, I rotate 3 different guns for carry. If the shit ever hits the fan and I need to use that firearm quickly ... I don't want to have to slow down to think, or look, to see if the safety is on, and, which way do I have to flick it to off ... up or down? The only way any gun I carry can go off, is if you pull the trigger. Now I'll admit, I ain't the brightest bulb in the store ... but I don't accidentally pull no trigger! :-)

Peter V. from Anadarko, OK on Fri, 25 Mar 2016

@tjseveryday I carry the 9mm full size Storm everyday day. Just went to the police range yesterday and qualified with it carrying in a kydex IWB holster. It is a large size pistol, but not too big to conceal. Carrying large pistols concealed is best accomplished by using an IWB holster. Just my opinion-your results may vary. I'm 5-10 and 230 lbs and have no problem concealing it under a light, un-tucked shirt or jacket. The decocker/safety is something that I had to adjust to as well. In the past I used a sweeping motion of the thumb to disengage such levers-down for 1911s, up for others. This motion does not seem to work well for me with the Storm. I catch the slide stop lever with my thumb probably 50% of the time doing it this way-not what you want to be pushing on when you're trying to get the piece into firing mode. However, if you are sweeping the thumb like I used to, all is not lost. I adjusted my thumb motion to be more of a thrust forward as opposed to the upward sweep. Draw with your thumb pulled back and after you clear the holster, thrust the thumb forward and you'll hit the decocker/safety cleanly every time.

Peter V. from Anadarko, OK on Mon, 8 Feb 2016

I belong to other forums that give you an option to ignore a particular poster. Would be nice to have that feature here.

Kirk V. from Ladera Ranch, CA on Mon, 8 Feb 2016

What kind of flaming dick licking asshole tries to spam free advertising on a forum webpage. Probably shit merchandise this dick head is having trouble giving away.

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Scott P. from Clearwater Beach, FL on Thu, 4 Feb 2016

Anyone purchasing a new pistol might run into jams at the start, from any manufacturer's product. The problem is not usually the pistol itself. It's the magazine. Many magazines come with gunk in the mechanism. Clean it out and you should be fine. My girlfriend had this same problem after purchasing the Storm subcompact. I cleaned the magazine and flexed it a few times and she hasn't had a misfeed or failure to extract these past six months.

Frank F. from Warsaw, MO on Sat, 16 Jan 2016

Thank's for the help, but I got rid of it that same day. They took it back and I bought a Ruger 357 Revolver for the times I need a small Carry Pistol. Every other shot was an FTE/FTL, and as I said I don't really know if I can blame the Gun. When the Instructor held it like it was in a Vise, it worked fine but I just couldn't get it down, and when Carrying I want to be able to just pull and shoot if God forbid it ever comes to that. Besides all the Legal ramifications I don't want to also need to remember to hold it differently than any other Weapon I own. Plus even when doing that it jammed like every 3rd or 4th shot. I just didn't want to take the chance of never being able to handle it correctly. Otherwise I thought it was a very nice Gun and made well.

Kirk M. from Crane, TX on Fri, 15 Jan 2016

gloc9mm: at the risk of sounding preachy I'll offer a few observations and suggestions. 1) Cheap 'plinking' ammo often doesn't generate the energy to reliably cycle the slide. Base your decision on the good stuff. 2) I use the small back-strap to get the heel of my hand behind the grip for better control. 3) Grease the slide and the hammer-release cam on the safety lever. 4) Store the gun with the slide open for a few months. This will take the edge off a new spring. If you have done the above and still don't trust the gun then toss it. I'm also a lightweight with a bad back and I've not had a problem with the SC.

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