My review of the Beretta CX4 Storm 9mm Carbine. I outline my system of use for this platform, what I like and dont like.
Recently when I was bouncing article ideas off of my good friend Kirk Stovall he said, “Why not do one on the Storm?” Showing off my great firearms knowledge I replied, “Yeah that storm the other night was Well it turns out they are a real firearm
The Italian shooting magazine Armi e Tiro report that the PMX is lighter than both the Cx4 Storm and the Modelo 12 at 5.3lb (2.4kg). Milmag reported Principally, the Beretta is a full-auto capable, select fire submachine gun, not a semi-automatic
The Beretta CX4 storm sounds like a great idea on paper, a small lightweight pistol caliber carbine that accepts Beretta 92 magazines. Sounds like a perfect companion gun for anyone who already owns a Beretta 92 or Cougar series pistol. Complete
13, 2006, shooting was the Beretta CX4 Storm. At the time, it was a restricted weapon, which required a special licence to own, a permit to transport it to a shooting club and a requirement the permit-holder be a member of a shooting club – the only
Overview The Beretta Cx4 Storm is a blowback-operated polymer-framed carbine that fires from the closed bolt. The simple blow-back action ensures perfect reliability.
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UPC Code 082442816685 CX4 Storm Action: 9mm Barrel Length: 16’’ Finish/Color: CALIFORNIA LEGAL CA Legal 91942 92115 San Diego Gun store Gun stores in San diego
They don't sell well because they are more expensive than the other 9mm carbines so shops don't stock them. Beretta needs to move production of the Cx4 to the US so they can legally ditch the thumbhole stock.