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    Quote Originally Posted by falchunt View Post
    This isn't exactly on subject, but does anyone know where I can get a speedloader for the PX4? I saw that Beretta's site does not have them available at the time...
    http://www.a2zoutdoors.com/beretta_p...ccessories.htm

    It's what popped up after a quick web search. You might also want to try the Sportsman's Den in Shelby.

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    Smile

    Actually, I posted that question just a few days before I brought the girl home, and I had no idea that it came with a speedloader...

    So far I have about 500 rounds through her. She is more accurate than I expected, feeds great, feels great, and I carry it concealed without any trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by falchunt View Post
    it came with a speedloader
    Good deal

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    The rotating barrel design has been used by other manufacturers for about 70 years.

    Beretta first usd the rotating design with the 8000 Cougar which was an aluminum framed gun and has the BEST grip I've ever tried in a handgun.

    The PX4 has a plastic frame which is too slippery for me.
    The PX4 Subcompact is not, its "chunky", and it does not use the same rotating barrel as the rest of the "family".

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    only problem i've heard of

    I have heard of one problem with the PX4. The feed ramp is composite, not metal. I have heard, and seen video and pics of the feed ramp with unusual wear which creates sharp and jagged edges along the top of the feed ramp. However, it is also stated that the wear does NOT appear to affect the gun negatively, and that the wear stops at a certain point.

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    The Px4 (in the .40 S&W) was my first handgun. Wonderful piece of tech. Haven't had any trouble with it. Easy as can be to field strip. Sometimes I feel that I should have gotten it in the 9mm, but I wanted the extra power. And looking back, .40 S&W is more common where I live so that’s a good thing.

    Only things are that anyone in my family complained about when they shot it was that the trigger pull is long (but it is easy). And supposedly the rear sight can be drifted right or left, but I’ve been unable to do it.
    But overall it is very reliable and durable. The pattern is rather nice too (albeit not where I think I'm pointing).

    If memory serves it comes with a 3 year warranty and if you register it with Beretta it goes up to 6. It may also be that its a lifetime warranty on a manufacturing defect.

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    Coach, have you made up your mind yet on what pistol you are buying/bought? Just curious

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    my friend just got the px4 subcompact in 9mm last week. it feels great and looks good for ccw but i havent seen how it shoots yet. i assume it will be good considering that no one has a probblem with it on this thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcek View Post
    The Px4 (in the .40 S&W) was my first handgun. Wonderful piece of tech. Haven't had any trouble with it. Easy as can be to field strip. Sometimes I feel that I should have gotten it in the 9mm, but I wanted the extra power. And looking back, .40 S&W is more common where I live so thatís a good thing.

    Only things are that anyone in my family complained about when they shot it was that the trigger pull is long (but it is easy). And supposedly the rear sight can be drifted right or left, but Iíve been unable to do it.
    But overall it is very reliable and durable. The pattern is rather nice too (albeit not where I think I'm pointing).

    If memory serves it comes with a 3 year warranty and if you register it with Beretta it goes up to 6. It may also be that its a lifetime warranty on a manufacturing defect.
    I also just bought the PX4 .40 S&W 2 weeks ago. First handgun. I love it. I put 100 rounds through it with no issues. I shot my buddy's 9mm PX4 a week before i purchased this one. I bought the 9mm version, but while waiting my 3 days period I noticed that 9mm is practically non-existent around my neck of the woods.

    I called the local shop and asked if I could exchange it out....they let me. I'm happy with the .40.....its a LITTLE snappier than the 9mm but definitely do-able. Teaching my wife how to shoot her first gun ever this Sunday. Also in the Market for a .22 pistol here soon just to make range days a little cheaper...

    PX4 is a great gun.....I fired a few glocks the PX4 in 9mm and even the Walther P99 in .40. I liked the walther p99 a LITTLE more than the PX4 but I couldn't find any local. I'm happy with the PX4.

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    PX-4 F model is my first handgun. It is a little bulky for concealed carry IMO. I have put about 1000 rounds thru it and it shoots very good. I have shot my Dad's Glock in a .40 and my PX4 in .40 back to back and I have to say that the PX4 in my hands is much more accurate than the Glock. I have put 50-70 rounds thru the Glock and I just like my PX4 better.
    As said filed stripping is a breeze as is cleaning. This is a good gun for HD or range use. I am picking up a Sig 229 SAS Gen 2 that will be my new conceal weapon.

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    Out of my 16 hanguns, i love my px4 9mm. I carry it everyday!

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