Gun Report

Beretta PX4 Storm JXS4F20FC 40 S&W, $511 (Grade: B 2015)

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The Storm isnít the lightest 40-caliber subcompact, but it is among the easiest to fire in comfort. It isnít overly heavy for concealed carry and offers good accuracy, as our shooters showed. Like most other double-action-first-shot pistols, the Storm has a high bore axis and noticeable muzzle flip.

Beretta PX4 Storm JXS4F20FC 40 S&W, $511 (Grade: B 2015)

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Home Defense
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Concealed Carry
Recreational
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The Stormís ambi safety lever is well designed, easy to manipulate but not too large.
The Stormís sight picture is clean and uncluttered. We thought the sights were suitably fast for self-defense use.
When the Beretta magazine is removed, a good amount of the gripping area is removed as well.
The Berettaís slide lock is a good design for rapid manipulation. The take down wedge is just in front of the slide lock.

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