Beretta CX4 Storm 9mm carbine

Gertrude first appeared in my photos almost twelve years ago.

Storm 9mm carbine has little recoil and is easy to configure for left or right hand ejection. One of my friends has an article about it coming up, I will link it once ready.

Primary Arms makes a pretty good compact light for not much money.


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11 Responses to Beretta CX4 Storm 9mm carbine

  1. K says:

    Italian designers are, IMO, the best in the world. Unfortunately, a weapon is not the same as a Ferrari and the wacky stock design here is a turn off.

  2. Weer'd Beard says:

    Also a big plus for 9mm Carbines is if you load them with subsonic 147 grain loads they are almost as quiet as a suppressed 9mm pistol.

    One big thing to think about if you have it as a home-defense gun.

  3. Snackeater says:

    Great tip on the flashlight–that is a good deal and even with shipping it’s $3 cheaper from PA than from Amazon w/o shipping. Thanks, Oleg.

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  5. sean says:

    I have had a Storm for many years. 10s of thousands of rounds through it. Everytime I take it to the range, a few hundred rounds get shot up. One of the best empty brass makers ever. Everyone I have every let shoot it love it. Even first time shooters. Several have bought one for them selves.

  6. Ernest says:

    The .45 shares mags with the (full size) Beretta/Stoeger Cougar. Very nice combo.

  7. Boone says:

    I wish Beretta would sell the tooling and dies to Stoeger so I could afford one of these in a less pricey version.

  8. Bill says:

    My first gun and I loved it. Incredibly accurate just through the iron sights.

    Then the NY Unsafe act came along and I refuse to register it so I sold it.


    • Paul Koning says:

      The right answer (but, unfortunately, also the hard answer) is to move to a civilized state. NH is a nearby option, or VT.

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