Best Px4 Storm Compact Carry
Ernest is a longtime proponent of Beretta DA / SA pistols for precision, reliability, and safety. The Px4 Storm Compact Carry Compact was a natural choice as a base for this project due to its rotating barrel design, ammo capacity, and soft trigger.
The stealth lever, night sight, and lightweight trigger make this flat-throw pistol an ideal concealed carry pistol.
While this can be completely hidden, the compact Px4 Storm Compact Carry offers a full grip for most shooters. Close 16-round total capacity (15 + 1 in 9mm), an accessory rail, a low-profile slide stop, a new retractable integral lanyard loop, and a simulated cold-hammer cylinder for maximum precision.
The compact Px4 family also has a rotating cylinder system. This system enables in-line feeding for unmatched reliability. The rotating barrel system leads to radial dissipation of recoil energy, significantly reducing perceived recoil and facial growth.
PX4 compact transport performance
The compact carry trigger with Barrett’s competition trigger is probably the best DA / SA trigger I’ve ever used. It’s not the lightest, but something makes it all work Good. I’m sure it’s some geometry, but it was better for me than Sig’s SRT and CZ’s DA / SA offerings.
Although a px4 storm compacts 40 people, these days are leaning towards the idea of a DA / SA weapon.
I had no problem with that. It is more beretta px4 storm inox sights than I can say about any other DA / SA weapon. The double-action trigger was easy to operate, and switching to sinusoidal action after pressing the catalyst for the first time did not cause any problems.
When firing the gun, I would equate it to any other compact-size polymer pistol. Many people have complained that recoil pulses with PX4 series pistols have decreased due to the rotating barrel design, but I’m not sure I agree with that assessment.
Of course, this is based on personal perception for the most part. The PX4 shoots flat, but so do many other guns for me.