Because it shoots pellets or BBs, just pick your ammo and you're on your way! With the 8-shot rotary clips, this repeater ensures that the PX4 Storm will keep up with your trigger finger! Finish one clip and flip the magazine over to release the remaining 8-shots.
You can easily load a 12-gram co2 cartridge in this gun's grip, giving you the ability to release numerous shots before even thinking about a refill. This gun has an accessory rail underneath the barrel. Just like with a handgun, you cock the Beretta Px4 Storm with every slide action, which gives you that feeling of power many other air guns only dream of achieving. After you start, you won't want to stop, make sure you stock up on tons of ammo, co2 cartridges and then just have a blast!
Your Beretta Px4 Storm purchase includes one 16-round magazine to get you started. Be sure to order extra ammo and co2 cartridges because if you are an airgun enthusiast, once you start, you will not want to stop!
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Note: There is a misprint in the Beretta Px4 Storm's manual that states the gun has an operational slide release lever, this gun does not have one.
The grip is good.
Nice kickback !
The full auto mode is awesome !
plenty of power out of the gate,gas system is hit or miss.have wasted a few cylinders
clips will fall out on recoil,overall nice plinker..
The frame is composite plastic. But the real PX4 storm also has a composite frame. The slide is metal.
3 dot sight, just like the real one. Hammer feels and functions close to the real PX4.
The recoil is much lighter than a 9mm PX4, but it does a good job simulating it.
First shot double action, following shots single action. I can pull the trigger or the slide back for first shot single action.
The decocker does not function, so the trigger has to be released manually for double action once the slide cycled.
The trigger pull double action not as smooth as the real PX4, single action is pretty close if I don't let it reset to the first stage.
Slide lock and release also does not function on the left side. On the right side, slide lock is moved a bit back, and functions as a safety.
Very easy to load pellets. And once figured out, so is the CO2
It does fit my PX4 holsters nicely.
Overall, for beginner shooters of the PX4, or PX4 Compact that don't get out to the range very often (like my self) this is an inexpensive alternative to work on sight picture and trigger control. The feel is pretty close.
Pellets do not penetrate thin plywood, but they to bounce back. Safety glasses are a must. I did not use bbs, nor do I want to.
About 32 useful shots before pressure drops. About 50 shots total per CO2 cartridge. A bit over 1 per shot.
It's not as fun as shooting at the range, but I think this pellet gun can and will improve my fun at the range.
Now the other side.
If you have never shot anything other than a $30.00 daisy, you will enjoy this gun.
If you shoot high powered pellet rifles, quality airsoft, or paintball, you will not be impressed.
Excellent blowback. Well thought out system, one of my favorite guns.
Shot a can and an orange juice jug, the speed and force from the pellet was extreme. If the weather was better, I would still be out there, shooting cans. The sights are slightly off but, that's a small thing to a giant. Trigger pull is gud, but I need to get used to it.
I truly want to babble on about how nice this pistol is, but, I WON'T. But, let me just say this. If you have one... You know that what I'm saying is true... If you don't have one... WHY NOT?
Always buy extra magazine to have more fun with this beauty.
with the new co2 cartridge I got about 50 good strong shots the last 8 shots the blow back wouldn't engage the hammer I needed to do it manually to finish off the magazine. I think its a very nice pistol fully loaded with co2 cartridge and fully loaded magazine it weighs the same as the real firearm, THE FIRST PX4 STORMS made by Umarex had the slide catch which would hold the slide back the newer versions do not have the slot on the slide, if Umarex would have left this option on the px 4 it would have made it more realistic.
Gun works fine. The blow-back action works great so far. Don't even know It's a refurb. unit. The sights are off a little but not a real problem.
If you get a chance to try one I think you will be surprised at how well it performs with pellets or BBs.
The magazine is an elongated rectangular plastic unit with a built-in rotating 8-shot cylinder-type mag at each end. Simply load each end with pellets, eject, flip and insert the other way for the second round of 8. The mag wheels are plastic and not removable, so if you purchase this one, I'd get an extra mag or two. It's just too much fun.
The Co2 cartridge sits in the handle, inserted through a pop-off cover on the rear of the hand grip. Inside the Co2 chamber, is a threaded wheel to adjust the tightness of the seal on the Co2 cartridge. Piercing is accomplished by the fixed-length turn of the bottom latch attached to the grip. The inner adjustment wheel makes certain that you can fully seal the cartridge with the 1/2 turn of the bottom-grip lock. You'll get much more use out of the Co2 cartridges if you put a spot of RWS Chamber Oil (silicon based) on the tip of the Co2 cartridge before inserting it.
It is lighter than most in its class, and from a hobbyist's point of view, it looks like one of the safer pellet pistols for younger novice shooters.
It is packed in an American-style, hermetically sealed, theft-deterrent, industrial strength plastic bubble pack (the kind that will flay your hands upon cutting open, without care). It comes with no case of any kind, no ammo, no Co2 (obviously). However, all these are cheap and easy to acquire.
I bought this Beretta along with the Sig Sauer P226 x-Five from Airgun Depot, to see what these entry-level Co2 pistols were like. Both are quite reasonably priced, but really, they are two different animals. The SIG (Taiwan) has more metal, but I cannot say its build is quite as good as the Beretta. The SIG is smooth bore, and steel BB's only, but is every bit as accurate as the rifled-barrel Beretta. The SIG is slightly more costly. The Beretta is lighter, and allows for both pellets and steel BBs (which I'm not certain I'd do, given the rifled barrel).
I shot it the night I received it, and it was 25 degrees F outside. I did not notice any decreased propulsion account of the cold. Shooting at night with floodlights, it still put all rounds in the standard pellet rifle target at 5 yards, with zero evidence of drop.
Very good gun, and I'd do it again.
All of mine come from Airgun Depot, and I'm more than delighted with their prices and service.
One Co2 canister last about four clips.
0.177Caliber 0.177 CalVelocity 380 fpsMag Capacity 16
0.177Caliber 0.177 CalVelocity 380 fpsLoudness 3-Medium