Beretta Storm 9mm Parabellum

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7 years 20 weeks ago, 9:29 PM

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Cool, I also heard that they made or are making a silencer for the Beretta Cx4 Storm

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7 years 20 weeks ago, 9:43 PM

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.40 cal. atleast

They need to scrap that 9mm round and move up to a .40 cal. at the very least. Maybe the .17 HMR or .22 mag would be a fun round in one of these too.

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7 years 17 weeks ago, 4:27 PM

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No two to the chest and one to the head? They'll never survive in combat. GOD, WHAT AMATEURS!!!

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7 years 17 weeks ago, 4:45 PM

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Berretta CX4 Storm

Does anybody have any experience with these, I've thought about getting one for awhile now. I would probably go with the .45 if I did since thats what my favorite pistol is. The price and the fact that I haven't heard much about them is why I haven't really gotten too serious about it. If it's worth the money though then I guess the price is not an issue.

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7 years 17 weeks ago, 5:12 PM

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six months. It is in 40S&W, and is equipped with top, side and bottom rails, a fold down forward grip, a Bushnell holographic red dot sight, and I have a hi-lumens flashlight mount, as well as a detachable laser which fits the small telesscoping front mount perfectly. It also has the factory designed barrel shroud.

At 50', I can easily shoot the center out of a target. I am still learning the extent of accuracy at 100', and it looks like I will be able to group well at that distance. But, I think that is the extent of useful yardage, when you are under pressure.

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7 years 17 weeks ago, 5:23 PM

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thanks for the info. I have an AR-15 but was looking for something that would chamber the same round as my sidearm. The lack of range was a concern of mine so I will probably not get one unless I win the lottery and then I'd buy one of everything.

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7 years 17 weeks ago, 5:27 PM

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I forgot to add that

I absolutely do not remember posting that first comment on here. I have known for awhile that they had it chambered for .40 cal. as well as .45. That must have been posted on one of my nights of insomnia or something. I haven't had a drop to drink since Christmas eve so I have no resonable explanation.

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