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Rock 'n' roll with the Beretta CX-4 Storm! A replica of the CX4 semi-auto firearm, it really sends the pellets flying downrange. The belt-fed magazine delivers 30 pellets just as fast as you can pull the trigger. Just fill the mag, pull the cocking bolt, pop an 88-gram CO2 cartridge into the gun and start shooting! You'll get over 200 shots from one CO2 fill.

The sights are unusual for an airgun. The front sight is adjustable for elevation, while the rear sight is adjustable for windage. It comes with a long built-in Picatinny rail, so you can quickly mount a scope, red dot sight or laser. A big, bad, beautiful gun that loves to shoot as much as you do, the CX-4 looks and feels just like the firearm it copies. The smooth, rounded corners of the synthetic stock won't get hung up on clothing. It slides from side to side and easily lifts to the shoulder.

Remember to buy a good supply of pellets, 'cause you'll go through a tin in one sitting. Yeah, it's THAT much fun!
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Beretta CX-4 Storm
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50% Recommend this product (16 of 32 responses)
By joe c.
12027
Wow, Impressive Plinker!
April 17, 2017
Well, I have been shooting bb guns since the Daisy red rider days (probably still sitting in the principals office at the Jr. High) since the 70's.
Without a doubt, equipped with a red dot, this is the most fun gun I've ever had! Great accuracy and precision on the target.
Convenient, fast and jam free (somehow). The thing is great. Well made in Germany and true to the Italian design, Hefty piece and well done.
Sure I've had break-barrels that break the sound barrier but this one is just right speed-wise.
I'm not easily impressed but this one is a keeper! Get one, it's fun!
ProsQuality, precision and accurate.
Consnone come to mind
By Jorge
Santiago
Simplemente increible!
February 6, 2017
Habia leido en otros foros de esta arma, pero supero mis expectativas!! Comoda al uso, gran potencia, gatillo con la presion justa, etc.. etc... Totalmente recomendable
By John E.
Grand Prairie, TX.
Awesome Rifle!
January 23, 2017
This is one of my favorite rifles. The 88 to 90 gm Co2 gives a lot of shots. A lot of plastic, but it's quality material, not cheap. Looks great. Very accurate. Great magazine design and 30 shots per! I find I usually get about 7 magazines per cartridge. Less than I get out of my Sig Sauer MPX & MCX, but still a good amount.
ProsBuild quality. Large Co2 cartridges give a lot of shots. Great magazine design with 30 full shots. Plenty of rails. ACCURACY. Fun to shoot!
ConsThis gun requires a good amount of Co2 pressure to shot. In other words, it stops shooting when there is still a bit of Co2 in the cartridge. When it's low, it just stops shooting, but there is still more Co2 left in the cartridge than is in my Sig Sauer MPX & MCX before they stop firing.
By Robert
Maryland
CX-4 Beretta..............
December 6, 2016
Shoot well and the pellet belt work fine. I get many shoots from one 90 gram cylinder, any were from 150 - 260 depending on the outside temperature.
ProsComes with a nice case, 30 rounds are great but go fast....LOL
ConsThe trigger is a little stiff.
By North S.
Park Rapids, MN
SQUIRREL BEGONE
December 2, 2016
After getting use to how it operates and adjusting the sights the squirrels were running for cover. I could sit on my back porch and knock a squirrel off my bird feeder from about 40' to 50'. Lots of fun. Good value for the money.
ProsCO2, no pumping. Multi shot, so no reloading after each shot. Quality made.
By Marvin
Cortez, Co.
Excellent Rifle
November 30, 2016
Very pleased with the Beretta CX-4 Storm. At 20 yards, puts a 5 hole pattern in a quarter size bullseye. Haven't had a chance to try it on the raccoons, I think they left town when they saw FedEx bring it to the house. I live in town so a .22 is not an option. Don't know how many shots I get with the air cylinder. So far, I've shot 40 rounds of pellets. I wouldn't take it deer hunting but it will be just fine for what I use it for.
ProsLove it
ConsNone
By Mike
Olympia, Washington
I like it!
November 9, 2016
We have a growing Nutria "problem" on our small lake in Washington State. I have been after them with with a variety of air rifles. My Umarex Morph has made a few hits at at 20-25 yards but I doubt a BB really has much killing force at this range on this critter, and since I haven't seen/found a dead body yet, I assume I am correct. I have tried "spraying" them with my Steel Storm, but they dive down after the first shot, so again, not effective at all. I also have a Umarex Octane in 22.. This a HARD hitting machine, very quiet, and quite accurate. For me it simply has been too heavy for an accurate quick shot, and being a single shot, there is no second chance. So, my arsenal is still growing. Now I have the CX-4 Storm. I think this is THE ONE. I had been consider ALL the options up to $1500 for a pellet repeater. I had been watching the CX-$ for some time but thought for the 600f/s for well over $300, it wasn't going to get the job done. When the $239 price popped up, I clicked the buy button.

After reading several reviews, I also bought the Umarex Comensator, the NcSTAR dot sight with cantilever mount, a couple tins of RWS pellets, a four CO2 tanks. Trust me, most everything previously reviewed on the gun and accessories is TRUE. Out of the box, the CX-4 is no louder than most other CO2 guns, a little louder than the Morph, and quieter that the Steel Storm (which has a pretty sharp "crack" on a new cylinder.) Then I taped up the compensator. First I taped the forward holes - no noticable change. Then I taped the back holes - voila. Just like one reviewer said, "nothing but target noise." The NcSTAR turned out to be a VERY NICE addition. It fits perfectly, seems very solid with only finger tightening, and "zero'd in" in about a 1/2 clip, shooting at a 6" chunk of 2x4 floating about 30 yards away.

I agree with all the positive reviews on this gun. It looks to be very well made. The magazine takes a minute or two to load including the time to "seat" the pellets into the holder. NO jamming so far. The stock sights seem pretty hard to use. The adjustments work OK, but it was had for me lower my head enough to use them. I sort of had to twist the gun into an unnatural position, but once adjusted, seemed OK. Fortunately, I will never be using them because the Dot Sight works great.

A couple final notes: out of the box, the gun seemed lighter than expected, and how heavy the 88 gram cylinder is, sort of surprised me. Once the cylinder was installed, though, the gun has good balance for me, and very little gas was lost during installation. The trigger on my sun seems stiff, nice break, but more effort than I would like. I'm sure I will get used to it. The hard plastic case looks to be really good quality, but the gun with scope and compensator installed, doesn't fit. No big deal.

The Nutria seem to be hibernating now that winter is approaching, but come this Spring, I think I have a real surprise for them.
ProsThere are a lot of goods things here. The current "sale" price is a real bonus.
Cons"Stiff" trigger is a little annoying.
By Steve H.
Pleasant Hill, CA.
Love it.
September 13, 2016
Installed an aim point red dot on it an have a good rat killer. It's accurate and with 30 rounds you can do some damage. I bought an extra mag and 90g co2 but still on first bottle.
ProsFun to shoot, no jams or malfunctions, and accurate. I bought it refurbished so I know someone has gone through it. Nice case too.
ConsA little loud for the back yard but no complaints so far.
By Adam
longmont, CO
perfect fit almost the same as the real gun!
September 7, 2016
I love this replica, I bought this to practice with as it was getting very expensive to shoot my cx4 .40 s&w. if you place them side by side you can barely tell the difference! I can't say enough about this pellet version its a blast to shoot! again very similar to the real thing just cheap to shoot.
Prosfun to shoot, very similar the real beretta cx4 saves tons of money for practice!
Conspretty loud, but thats nothing with all the pluses this has!
By Stephen
Albuquerque, NM
My Favorite Non-PCP Airgun
June 8, 2016
This was one of my first airguns that I received with my first order with AD, and the first airgun since I was a child. This gun looks good and real at the same time. I took it to the local range and noticed a few guys looking when I pulled it out of a soft case. They had no idea it was an airgun until I shot it. It is typical German quality and is quite accurate for its unique semi-auto magazine. I have tried just about every brand, type and weight of .177 ammo out there and I have never had a single jam. I don't think it knows how to jam, or even the definition of the word. I bought it with the compensator, the front rail kit and a UTG front 5 position grip. I am getting about 250 to 300 shots from the JT 90 grams. I chrono all of my guns and this one ranges from 525 to 660 depending on the ammo used. So the claim of 600 fps is a very fair average number. I have put it in a gun vice and the 5 shot groupings at 10 meters (I shoot it mostly indoors) are about 0.25", but there is almost always one flyer off by about an inch. So the 0.25" is not including the flyer. This is the one annoyance I have with this rifle. I would like to see a .22 cal version of this rifle with the same fps of 600, that would be nice, but I don't think that will happen. My buddy has the Sig MCX and my Beretta beats his Sig in fps (600 vs about 480), jams (none vs. a lot with the wrong ammo and just a few with the right ammo), but it loses in accuracy. Surprising, when we put his Sig in a vise, he had the same groupings, if not a bit better, but without the flyers. Anyway, this thing is cool, has quality, is fun, and at $280.00 I suggest you jump on it if you are considering this rifle. Really, it is a no-brainer. One more note, the hard case is pretty nice, but once you add the compensator and maybe too large a scope, it will no longer fit. So what do you do with the case? You do some minor mods and use it to store your PCP pump, in my case it is for the Air Venturi G6 pump.
ProsQuality, semiauto rifle, reliable, realism, weight.
Consthose dang flyers, but really not too bad all things considered
By Bruce
West Hartford, CT
So much fun it should be illegal
August 16, 2015
This was my first attempt at purchasing an air riffle above the price of 100 dollars. I know price does not guarrentee a good gun, but i hit a home run on my first attempt.
First off, I love the weight of this gun. When you hold it, it doesn't feel cheap. It balances well and it just is comfortable to hold. I added the compensator, a center point scope and a laser and flashlight. The extra weight was a problem at first, but I got used to it right away. The grouping of the shots was tight and I found it to be accurate within. 40 yards, I have to go to a more rural area to shoot farther. All in all, I love this
ProsThe feel in your hand,nice weight to it It has tight grouping of shots Plenty. of space on the rail to add acessories The look of the gun out of the box and all tricked out, awesome
ConsThese are minor I am right handed, would have wished the magazine release button was depressed On the right side of gun instead of left Some pellets tend to fall out of magazine when loading, may just be my mag. This is more of an annoyance Once I added the scope and compensator, it no longer fit in the hard case it came with. Too. Much trouble to remove both and have to re sight in the scope each time I put away rifle. Will have to buy larger case. Just seems a waste of a good case.
By ricky
,
good gun
April 26, 2015
i like this gun had one for 14 years than it's valve went.had to get a new one just felt right
Prosfun to shoot great to plink with
Consit's long distane shot are not very accurete
By Axel R.
Lares, Puerto Rico
Interesting Airgun
May 16, 2014
Well, I have a lot of PCP airguns, but all are one shot, nothing semi-auto like this Beretta CX4. The trigger is something hard but crisp, not so loud, it is neighbor friendly and very light. Prepare yourself with a lot of pellets and minimum 2 magazines, this little gun is very addictive. I did not review the accuracy of the gun right now, because I started shooting it at night and just want to hear how loud and how fast it fires. I plan to use it to exterminate some rats near my house....Sure I will have a lot of fun with this semi-auto, that mimics the real CX4.
ProsLight weight , not so loud as a PCP, easy to handle and fire. Semiauto airgun.
Cons$$$$pensive. Iron sight hole too small, It is only semiauto, it would be semiauto and full auto for the expensive it is. It will come in 0.22 Cal also.
By henry
United States
very well made replica CX4 Storm
March 19, 2014
I have a real CX4 Storm in 9mm, and this replica is almost impossible to tell the difference. It works great, and I can practice shooting in my basement.
Very high quality workmanship, has the weight and balance of the real thing.
By Nick
United States
Prefers Diablo Match Pellets
February 11, 2014
Tried about ten types of pellets with this rifle. Best groups are from heavier, wadcutter type pellets. Diabolo Match Pellets from Gamo are probably your best bet. Not a supper accurate rifle. Quarter sized groups at 20 yards is best you should expect. Feeds flawlessly. Great way to practice rapid target transitions. Great rifle for indoors. If you are looking to scope it I would recommend the 4 x mil dot scope from leapers, and some fairly high rings. Not compatible with accessories for the "real" center-fire version.
By Thomas C.
Massachusetts
Cx4 storm
November 18, 2012
Bought for a friend, he hasn't shot it yet, will check back. Good service, delivery ect. Would use again
ProsCouldn't tell ya, was a gift.
ConsNothing
By c s.
beretta cx-storm storm
October 10, 2010
great gun ,charge lasts a long time.hits what i aim at.counter sink pellet when loading,will jam if you don't.
By Keithf
Accurate and powerful - good value
July 30, 2010
First rifle arrived with damaged butt plate. Replaced without fuss, just took time. I added the PS22 red dot. Once dialed in its very accurate. Takes down squirrels at 40-50 feet with one hit using Destroyer pellets. Its easily maneuverable, easily loaded (get another mag, saves time) and has not jammed yet (follow loading procedures)
Plus it comes in a solid protective case.
By Keith
Good but...
April 14, 2010
This is angreat air rifle but when you think about it this is about half the price of a real 9mm Beretta Cx4 storm
By Patrick
Best high capacity air rifle!
December 22, 2008
Pros: Accurate (with walther 88gram co2), shoots as fast as you can pull the trigger, looks and feels just like a real firearm...easy to raise to the shoulder and pivots side to side easy. Can be operated very quickly (load mag in, pull back bolt, fire rounds, unload mag, de-cock etc.) Iron peep sights work surprisingly well in well-lit conditions. Muzzle velocity is sufficient although of course, not outstanding.

Cons: Use only Walther 88gram co2 cylinders...Crosman 88g co2 is only good for first hundred shots or so and does not function as well. (accuracy suffers). Iron sights are near useless in low-lit conditions...get the ps22 sight.

Overall: Be sure to get plenty of walther 88gram co2 cylinders and .177 (4.5mm) pellets. Also, an extra mag or two would be nice to have. This is a very fun air rifle to use.
By marine s.
WOW
August 28, 2008
i cant believe the accuracy and stopping power 1shot killed a big squrriel at 40 yards i mean not instant but didnt take to long and yes it was almost full but it has good accuracy with the ps22 tony said if u want a super accurate air rifle keep lookin but dont blame the gun blame the shooter i have good training n i do great with it
By Doug
Best air rifle out there
June 16, 2008
Quality, Quality, Quality....
Fun to shoot and accurate.
Be sure to buy an extra clip or two! and plenty of ammo!
Air Gun Depot has the best price and service for the gun, but get your CO2 cartridges at Dick's.
By Tony
pretty awesome
April 22, 2008
This is a very fun and totally cool air rifle, it is some what expensive buy and operate and it's not as accurate as my Gamo, it's good enough but that not why you buy this rifle. If you want coolness, this rifle is it, if you want a super accurate air rifle, keep looking.
By Arman
best gun
April 18, 2008
I tried it and I loved it Im going to get one
By Brad
Scope / red dot
August 13, 2007
No, unless your scope already has a "see-through" ring mount to raise ir past the iron sights, the sights will block the scope. I bought a "picatinny riser block" for $20 (basically a 3/4" high Weaver mount that attaches to the existing Weaver mount) and my BSA red dot is the perfect height. Now that I've had a chance to shoot the Storm with that sight (about 600 rounds so far w/o a failure to feed of any kind), I'm rasing my review from 4 stars to 5!
By Mike
Can it be scoped?
July 26, 2007
I have had my eye on this rifle for a long time... i am wondering... can a regular scope fit on this rifle easily without haveing to elivate it at all?
By Brad
Only one complaint...
July 23, 2007
Just rec'd my CX-4 a few days ago, so here are my first impressions...To echo some of the other reviews, the gun is beautiful, solid feeling and appears to be made to the highest standards of quality; the exact opposite of the way a Nighstalker feels when you first pick it up. I have no doubt that if you handed one to an owner of an actual .40 or .45 CX-4, it would take them a few seconds to realize that they were holding a C02 gun!

The mag is easy to load, and a Bic pen seems the perfect tool to seat the pellets in the belt feed just below flush. The most critical item on my list was function, and the CX-4 is fantastic in that department -- while the trigger is a little stiff, the gun is a dream in rapid fire. I've run though at least 300 RWS pointed pellets without a noticable drop in velocity from my first Airsource bottle, and with NO jams or failure to index the magazine, even in 30-shot strings banged out in less than 10 seconds.
Accuracy is certainly acceptable for a gun of this type, 10 shots at 25 ft. I could cover with a quarter, and a reliable beer can killer out to 75 ft.
My only complaint is the stock iron sights -- the rear sight dialed in OK for windage, but my front sight is a mess for elevation. It started 6 in. low at 25 ft., and when I tried to adjust the front post, it felt like the elevation adjustment was goint to break when I tried to raise the group...I finally got it shooting just a bit low, but my next click "up" on the screw had it shooting high. It seems like the adjustments are too coarse...shooting quarter-sized groups is great, but not if one click of the sight moves the group up or down 3 in -- from 1 in. below zero to 2 in. above at 25 ft. That's my only complaint so far, just enough to drop the CX-4 from 5 stars to 4, but even that's not too big a deal. Once I get one of my red dot's mounted on it, I'm sure it'll be 5 star performer!

Speaking of red dots -- all of mine have integral mounts and ride too low to clear the iron sights. Can anyone recommend an extension rail to raise the mounting level an inch or so? Yeah, I'd love to spring for the Walther sight, but... [email protected]
By Marc S.
Punch Packer with good looks!
July 6, 2007
I purchased this Air Rifle right after I placed an order for a Night Stalker by Crosman. Before my Crosman shipped I canceled it's order once I discovered this for sale. I made the right decision. Ok..the gun. Beretta CX-4 Storm .177 Cal. The clip has not hung up or jammed once! The stock on this thing is the same materials used on firearms and expensive rifles. It dose not feel like a plastic toy. Be smart and be safe. It looks like an assault rifle not a pellet gun. I let my Neighbor hold it and the first words out of his mouth are wow it's heavy,..man it's made well. And he didn't even shoot it. Now to me the weakness of this fine air rifle are it's peep sights. The rear sight is a small hole and the front sight is very hard to be consistant with for the shooting I want to achieve. I tried to adjust them a bit but I was not impressed. So I ordered the PS 22 Walther Red Dot Sight and I now just got through dialing it in from about only six meters. My backyard is smaller and I am shooting from the garage to be kind of quiet. It makes a little snap pop. Probably as loud as a construction staple gun.But I was able to group some Gamo Match Pellets 7.6 Grain within less than 1" The whole 5 shot group was all sort of touching eachother! I was getting pleased now with the red dot dialed in a bit compare to 2" to 6" groups from the peep sights. The trigger is a few pounds. Not an easy trigger but shooting the gun and becoming familiar with it is all it takes for me anyway. I am looking forward to getting those Walther 4X scopes with the rails that are advertised with it. The front mount and the barrel Compensator. Pretty much all the accessories. The Umarex Company in Germany has done a fine job! For just a Co2 plinker I am most impressed. I have shot so far about approximately 100 shots with 1 88 Gram Co2 so far. I also plan to shoot many more pellets through it to find what works best. I placed an empty large Heineken can filled with water up against the brick wall fence at the same distance and it punched the can with force to send it off the brick wall falling backwards as it slid forwards and the pellet went through both sides of the can. I also rolled a tennis ball across the lawn and hit it again and again. My Chrony clocks the pellet at about 500 fps about 6 inches away from the muzzle with the 7.6 grain Gamo Match. It is hitting approx 3 to 4 pounds at impact. This is plenty with this extra light pellet for Frogs,Lizzards squirrels at close range ,... dragon flies... ;p) I am already confident that I could hit a jack rabbit in the head and neck for a kill. Tennis balls are not the only thing I can chase.
And don't forget even though this is light it is a great repeater and I can now hit Mr. Squirrel about three times. In fact there was one red squirrel that came by and I placed my red dot on him but I just smiled and let him go! Same range just as I got dialed in too! It was his lucky day. It was tempting!The red squirrel I like. It is the Rats at night I am waiting for! If I had any thing to say to Umarex or wish for it would be...1.How about making a M-16 A1 version with a longer barrel and how about making a Sniper HK PSG 1 with a longer barrel!? That would sell like hot cakes and gain attention I would think. An M16 A1?!. If they did it as decent as they did this Beretta Storm. For those of you who have had problems with your night stalkers this is where you need to be. I am just lucky I caught mine in time before it shipped. I bought two Beretta Storms because I think later on it will be a collector item. I am still getting more dialed in with it but I made great progress as I knew I would with the red dot sight. I will shoot different pellets through it and I will tighten it up even more.Even though it is not the power of a Condor or RWS Spring gun I gave it a 5 because it is built very well and has not hung up at all and in my opinion it is one of the finest Co2 guns available for a repeater.
By Jake
Beretta CX-4 Storm
July 5, 2007
The Beretta CX-4 is my fifth airgun I have owned. My cousin and I both ordered one for pest control, mostly mice and rats running around in our fields and garage. The gun is pricey and I recommend it only if you plan to use it a lot. It is not worth paying $250.00 just to shoot cans with. My gun before this was the Drozd BB gun which is also a really cool gun, I cant even begin to count the amount of rats I have taken out with the Drozd, my Drozd began to degrade in power from being overused so I had to get a new gun to hunt with, my choice was the CX-4. My first impressions where one of AW. When my cousin and I opened the cardboard we found the gun encased in a tactical looking hard gun case. When we opened it we where amazed at the overall look and feel of the gun. It was light and had a future looking taste to it. It felt like nothing I had felt before in a gun. It is light and easy to load, the co2 lasted forever and when we tested itā€™s penetration it still went through 1ā€ of wood when the co2 was 20 shots from being depleted, and the magazine holds 30 rounds of pellets. Very good handling gun and it has some serious penetration to it. The gun is not that loud but strong, the drozd I would have to say is maybe twice as loud as this gun, but the Drozd is not as powerfull as it. The problems with the gun are no sling swivels, and air seems to poof out of the pistol grip as you shoot. The sights are hard to make out at night because they are ghost ring style. Red Dot is recommended for night use. Overall good gun I would have to compare it 50/50 to the Drozd though. If you have any personal questions about it e-mail me at [email protected] may take up to a week for reply though. Good luck in your decision making
By Dave
Simply OUTSTANDING
July 2, 2007
I'm not sure what happened to my first review, but I'll try again. It has now been two weeks since my CX4 Storm arrived and I have put a little over 500 rounds thru it. This is one awesome gun! It is extremely accurate and consistant. I love the weight and feel - it is quality through and through. Better have plenty of ammo on hand, though, because you just cant' help but rapid fire this baby! I enjoy shooting this more than my .22 centerfire! Umarex has a real winner here and it raises the bar with the 30 round magazine! I gotta get a 2nd magazine!
Dave
By dako
bob
June 22, 2007
overall good gun compact and powerful i love the thirty round magizine i wish it was automatic though.
By Dave
OUTSTANDING
June 21, 2007
I received my CX4 Storm today! First, I didn't know it came in a case with the Beretta name on it. Nice touch. Next, I opened the case and was immediately impressed with the looks of the gun in real life. Then I picked it up - whoa! This is a heavy gun. Read the handbook - nothing complicated there. I installed the airsource cartridge and then went to work loading the magazine with 30 RWS Hobby pellets.

I set up a 10 meter pistol slow fire target on a cardboard box and took ten paces back. The first 30 rounds were disappointing. With the sights set from the factory I was 6" left of target center. Using the allen wrench included with the gun, I adjusted the peephole left. Still shooting left of center. Further adjustments put the peephole as far left as it would go and I was still hitting 3 inches left of center! I was stumped for about twenty minutes as I tried everything I could think of to bring this beast in line. Then I noticed that the front sight (which is adjustable for elevation) had some horizontal play and I could actually move it to the left. I took a small piece of paper and folded it up to make a shim and stuffed it down the right side, pushing the sight as far left as it would go, and then centered the peephole. Tried three shots but couldn't see the hits (black center field) so I walked up to the target to take a look. All three shots chewed the same hole at about 1/2 inch right of center. Moved the peephole left about 1/5 turn and moved back to 45 ft. Fired the remaining magazine with every one of them hitting the black. Reloaded and went back to 50 ft. Ten shots and only one was just outside the black. Put a pop can on top of the box and went back to 50 ft. and mutilated the can! It fell over on to the ground. From 50 ft I missed the grounded can twice out six shots. It spun around so all that was visible was the bottom. Three shots without a miss! Put a new can on top of the box and went out to 75 ft. Plastered the can with my 3 remaining shots! Maybe this doesn't sound amazing, but I'm 64 years old with a bad hip and right leg, I was standing downhill from the target and I wear glasses! I have never owned a pellet rifle before so I can't compare apples to apples but I am impressed.
This is a high quality gun but Umarex needs to fix that front sight to eliminate the horizontal play. The power is outstanding and it is consistent. I'm glad I got it.
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Beretta CX-4 Storm
  • 0.177
    Caliber 0.177 Cal
    Velocity 600 fps
    Loudness 3-Medium
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    Caliber 0.177 Cal
    Velocity 600 fps
    Loudness 3-Medium
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