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Px4 Storm SubCompact

The Beretta PX4 Storm SubCompact is designed to give full-size shootability and durability in an ultra-concealable package. Discover the many features ... Read More

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Model Code
Model Name
Px4 Storm Type F Sub Compact
$ 599.00
.40 S&W
10 Rounds
Px4 Storm Type F Sub Compact
$ 599.00
.40 S&W
10 Rounds
Px4 Storm Type F Sub Compact
$ 599.00
9 mm
13 Rounds
Action Single/DoubleSingle/DoubleSingle/Double
Barrel length (mm) 767676
Barrel length (in) 333
Caliber 9x19 (PARA)9x21 IMI.40 S&W
Historical NNN
Magazine 131310
Overall height (mm) 122122122
Overall height (in)
Overall length (mm) 158158158
Overall length (in)
Overall width (mm) 363636
Overall width (in) 1.421.421.42
SightRadiusMM 122122122
Weight unloaded (g) 740740740
Weight unloaded (OZ)
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PX4 Storm SubCompact: Big Tactical Performance, Concealable Size

The Beretta Px4 Storm SubCompact pistol is the most advanced deep concealment tactical pistol of its kind. It is a miniature-size version of the ultra-reliable PX4 Storm, a double/single-action pistol that keeps gaining an enthusiastic following among military and police organizations worldwide. The SubCompact does not sacrifice any of the features of its larger counterpart, while offering superior concealability and light weight.

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Low Recoil in a Lightweight Package

In spite of its diminutive size, the Px4 Storm SubCompact was designed to be pleasant to shoot, offering minimal muzzle-jump and keeping recoil mild. The tilt-breech system was designed to work with the rest of the frame to dissipate both the kick in the web of the shooting hand and the muzzle rise that happens at every shot, making this handgun far less punishing on the hand than others in its class, the PX4 SubCompact is quick back on target--a best-of-both-worlds situation combining superior concealment and low weight with a full-size shooting experience.

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Superior Durability and Ease of Maintenance

The stainless steel barrel requires less maintenance and is corrosion- and sweat-resistant, making it perfectly suited for concealment even in hot and active conditions. This is a tactical pistol that is designed to work as hard as you while being as low-maintenance as possible. Disassembly is extremely easy and quick and requires no tools, while the tough and surface-treated steels enable you to keep it as good as new with a quick wipe even after a whole day in the holster.

User-Friendly, Feature-Rich and Ambidextrous

With the included interchangeable backstraps, the PX4 Storm SubCompact is easy and quick to adapt to different hand sizes (for instance, male or female) and grip styles. A built-in Picatinny rail further adds to its flexibility, making it possible to attach a variety of tactical accessories without any gunsmithing or alteration. Furthermore, most controls are either ambidextrous or reversible, making it easy to shoot and train with either hand dominant. Any shooter considering a reliable and soft-shooting subcompact for concealed carry or personal defense should give the PX4 SubCompact a very close look.

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4.7 out of 5

Based on 26 reviews

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5 out of 5

128 out of 129 people found the following review helpful

Excellent micro 9

The things I like about this gun are: (1) Decocker - allows me to carry safely with the safety off, because the first shot is double-action. (2) 14 rounds! (13 + 1). (3) Nice DA and SA trigger. (4) Easy to take apart for cleaning. (5) I can pocket carry this gun! (Sticky Holster model MD2 fits it perfectly.) Negatives: (1) Polymer guide rod for the recoil spring. I detected a faint bend in the guide rod, so I purchased a stainless steel guide rod and spring. In my view, it is inexcusable that Beretta would put a polymer guide rod with the recoil spring - should have been stainless steel. (2) I had some failures to feed with cheap ammo, till I lubricated my slide with good-quality gun grease (not oil). Problem largely disappeared once I put grease on the slide; after also replacing the polymer guide rod with a stainless steel guide rod, I've never had a failure to feed. It is now a good, reliable gun, now that I am using gun grease and a stainless steel guide rod.

5 out of 5

67 out of 69 people found the following review helpful

The perfect gun for me

I saw a really good review on the Px4 Storm Subcompact, and I found one at a store two hours from where I lived. I knew it was right for me once I put it in my hand. And I have not been disappointed. Here's what I like about this gun: (1) Safety -- I like to carry with a round in the chamber so that I am ready at a moment's notice; but I don't want the gun going off when I don't intend for it to; so I keep it on safety. I have practiced flipping the safety off while I am drawing the gun, and I'm getting pretty good at it. (2) Decocker -- I want my first shot to have a trigger pull that is a bit harder and longer than all other shots, because that tells me, "You're about to shoot the gun!" Also, the longer trigger pull will let me back out at the last sec if I decide not to shoot. DA trigger is good; SA trigger is excellent. I had some failures to feed in the beginning - probably because I didn't thoroughly clean the barrel, etc, before shooting it. No failures since cleaning it.