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    jason0007 is offline Member
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    Nov 2006

    beretta px4 in 9mm or .40???

    can't make up my mind...any thoughts from the actual px4 owners?
    i bought a 92fs 9mm (new) a few weeks ago, took it out to the range and loved the action on looking to buy a px4...leaning towards 9mm but can anyone give me reasons to buy a .40???

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    Baldy is offline Senior Member
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    Port St.John,FL.
    I can tell you this. I ran into my exson in law at the range and he had a brand new PX4 in .40 caliber. That is one fine shooting gun. I would say the choice is yours about 9mm or .40s&w. Your going to hear a lot of negitive about the .40, but it's all about they, cost more to shoot. So far as shooting, there's not a big difference between the two calibers.

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    Buy the 9mm version. Cheaper to shoot.

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