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The PX4 Storm looks, feels and shoots just like the firearm it copies! This 16-shot repeater will have you shooting as fast as you can pull the trigger. There's an 8-shot rotary clip on one end of the stick mag, and another one at the other end. After you're done shooting the first clip, flip the mag for the rest of the shots! Since it shoots BBs or pellets, you can pick whatever ammo you have on hand. A 12-gram CO2 cartridge is easily loaded into the grip and gives you plenty of shots before you need a refill. There's even an accessory rail under the barrel.
Like the handgun, it has real blowback action (cocking the gun with each slide action), giving you a feeling of power that most airguns only hope to achieve! Once you start shooting, you won't want to stop, so get lots of ammo and CO2 cartridges!
A misprint in the manual says there's an operational slide release lever. There is none.
Read and see more about the PX4 Storm in Dennis Adler's latest Airgun Experience Blog.
|Max Velocity||380 fps|
|Trigger Pull||4.75 lbs|
|Trigger Action||Double-Action & Single-Action|
|Max Shots per Fill||40|
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Things I liked: It's comfortable.
Things I would have changed: I'm not a fan of the safety. And the way to load the co2 isn't the most effective and the one I received doesn't seal it tight enough anymore to keep the co2 from "escaping". It did seal it fine when I first got it. I stopped using it then a few days later I started using it again and I could here the co2 escaping. I tried many cartridges and I was unable to seal any of them completely.
What others should know: Spend a little more money and get a better pistol.
Things I liked: Look and feel is really pretty nice. I like the quick release clip and reloading the CO2 is very easy too. Fun to shoot close range and i have only used Crossman Premier domes so far and i have heard that a higher quality pellet will be more acurate and not jamb and i have had 2 misfires in 6 clips.
Things I would have changed: Safety is really stiff and hard to release.
Things I liked: The pistol feels solid in the hand, and it looks quite nice. I do appreciate the fact that it has a metal slide and that, unlike some other pellet pistols, this is not only blowback but also has a "real" ejector port, not just an indentation molded into the slide where the ejection port should be. It adds a nice tough of realism. I would wager it easily performs at the stated 380 fps velocity, especially while the Co2 cartridge is relatively new.
Things I would have changed: For starters I dislike the way the Co2 loading method was handled. For those that don't know, after removing the access panel at the back of the grip, you have to twist the bottom of the pistol grip away, lowering an internal screw which the Co2 sits on. Then you twist the bottom back to puncture the cartridge. The tricky part is in making sure everything is adjusted so that you can puncture the Co2 cartridge without overtightening it while still allowing the bottom to return to the proper place - which you can't do if the internal screw is off even a bit. Also, I dislike the way the bottom of the pistol grip is. There is no reason they couldn't have extended it the full width of the grip giving it a cleaner look and making the whole twisting process easier due to the added leverage. I would have added a functional slide catch/release and functional safety lever and iron sights that weren't awful would be wonderful. Buy a laser with this gun. You'll need it.
What others should know: In all it's not a BAD gun. I enjoy shooting it often now that I have a laser on it. However, I don't understand why the manufacturers didn't try to incorporate the 30 round mag technology they employ on the CX-4. Had they done that, they could have easily created a magazine with an integral Co2 cartridge, allowing the gun to have far greater performance, eliminating the funky Co2 loading process, and creating a much cleaner look at the bottom of the pistol grip. It's a fun pistol you'll be happy with as even my picky hindparts enjoy it. Definitely spend the extra bucks and get extra mags and a laser as I've said. Do that and you'll have a hard time putting this thing down. Cheers!
I have broken the co2 piecing knob on my px4 storm and am having trouble finding a replacement any advice on where to get one?
Can a bullet (of any caliber) fit into a Beretta PX Storm pellet gun? If so, can a bullet (of any caliber) be fired from a Beretta PX Storm pellet gun?
Are the sights adjustable, shoots 1 foot high.
|Max Velocity||380 fps|$24.95