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Beretta Cx4 Storm .40 S&W

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While unquestionably very attractive, the Storm's stock extension got in the way of easy handling, the stock was too straight for our shooters, and we had trouble reaching the controls. We did like the look, size and shape, and the perfect function, though.

Beretta Cx4 Storm .40 S&W

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We could not reach the safety, which was about where our trigger-finger's knuckle was. Only by releasing our controlling grasp on the gun could we get our finger onto the rather stiff safety button.
We could not reach the safety, which was about where our trigger-finger's knuckle was. Only by releasing our controlling grasp on the gun could we get our finger onto the rather stiff safety button.
The stock was in the way (bottom arrow), so we had a hard time getting to the magazine release, which is right behind the trigger. Also, some of us had trouble getting to the bolt stop (upper arrow) without partially letting go of the grip, which most trained shooters don't want to do.
The magazine extensions (arrows) tended to prohibit fast and secure magazine seating.

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