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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: This is the most accurate pellet pistol I have at 17 to 20 feet. Feels perfect in my hand, good weight, smooth trigger, and no jams. I get, on a 80 degree day, six magazines (96 shots) from one umarex CO2 capsule.
Things I would have changed: The CO2 loading mechanism is tricky to engage right.
What others should know: I had to switch to a Umarex CO2 capsule from Crosman to make the loading easier. Now that I've figured it out, loading a CO2 isn't too difficult.
Things I liked: It looks like the real thing.
Things I would have changed: The safety is a pain to disengage. The CO2 loading mechanism is fiddly and allows the cartridges to leak-down over a short time, which is aggravated by the additional loss of gas pressure through the non-essential "blow-back" cycling of the slide. The gun itself is heavy and inaccurate, which makes it less handy then my Russian Makarov 9x35. Basically it is an impressive paper weight, and unless you intend to use it as a bludgeon to fend off an attacker with, not even good for serious self-defense. Then it's metal slide might be effective against an assailant's nose, etc. Also, with its' accuracy issues, the idea of attaching a laser/pointer gadget is a silly expense, but with the flashlight part, at least you can use the gun for an emergency light if your power goes out. At least it won't roll off of a surface like the round ones.
What others should know: After wasting a box of CO2 cartridges and a few pellets, I have concluded that unless you buy the attachable flashlight so it has at least one practical use, there has to be a better option out there.
Things I liked: The gun looks nice. I like the semi automatic, blowback. The gun is fun to shoot when it works.
Things I would have changed: This gun is not very accurate. There is a lot of plastic on the gun. The CO2 loading mechanism is quite difficult to operate well. I eventually put painters tape on the bottom of every CO2 cartridge in order to create a tight enough seal. The trigger is a two stage trigger, which is kinda creepy, but once you get used to it, is ok.
What others should know: I have owned this airgun for about a year, after about 200 rounds the magazine will not eject from the gun. Disappointing.
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PLEASE HELP.. I did some maintenance my PX4 however I did disassembly it all the way through and it looks like the pin/Spring of the trigger is not working properlyI maybe not positioned correctly. Is there a way that I can see a picture of the internal pieces or how to correctly assembly the internal mechanism. It was fine then stopped working like it as stuck. So I push the trigger to move it to the original position. and it shoots. Some times it doesn't. All this was done Cause the pin was not making the magazine rotate. I live in Mexico so there's not really a umarex center or headquarters so they can take a look a it. Any advice would be truly appreciated
We do not work on Umarex guns. We can not offer any advice.
Does a magazine come with this gun or do I need to purchase as an accessory? Thanks!
The PX4 comes with a magazine in the gun.
Can I fire Gamo red fire pellets out of my umarex px4 Storm
No; The Gamo Red tips are too long to fit in the magazine.
|Max Velocity||380 fps|