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37 reviews | 4.6 out of 5
I cannot comment on all types of CO2 side arms. I can say how I find two different makes. Comparing two models that I just finished testing in my indoor combat practice range. Each model passed 1,000 rounds without trouble. For you new plinkers to CO2; read all the instructions and be sure to wear shooting glasses. The gold lenses help you to see better anyways. Any SMOOTH bore BB/Pellet capable shooting arm is best suited for BBs. If the barrel is a rifled barrel use pellets. They may cost ten percent more, but the enjoyment and loading speed and hitting power and accuracy will reward you. Rifled barrels rock with accuracy and work best with lead pellets. Comparing the Beretta PX4 Storm to the Crosman T4 is a tuff decision. They each have what is likable more or less. None failed me. The T4 is fast easy and accurate for changing out the CO2; the Beretta needs a longer learning curve to prevent spillage of gas. The T4 is the most accurate, most powerful; it will kill a rat easily. The Beretta with blow back has the real feel for combat. The Beretta is most enjoyable moving through the combat range were targets are full size zombies, wolf, and panther and bear silowhets set up for 15 to 25 foot distances. The T4 is over kill in the combat area but it is still fun. Each of these models has 8 round mags and require change out when empty. The Berretta clip is dbl ended holding 16 rounds. I would recommend each for keeping the trigger finger in tune. I shoot every day, but that is another aria not needed here. I hope these two CO2 side arms will last a couple of years.
This is a great gun it is the same weight and looks very similar to the real one it has a riffled barrel and shoots up to 400fps it also has blow back action witch is really cool and it works great the clip can hold 16 rounds and can shoot bbs and pellets as far as accuracy it is the very accurate hits the target where you point it. it is mostly metel in construction and it has a good solid heavy feel you can get about 60 to 75 shoots from one co2 cartridge it also looks very realistic and even has the cut out where the cartridge comes out on the real one it also has a mounting rail on the front for mounting a laser or a flash light it is semi automatic so it will shoot as fast as you can pull the trigger it has a very cleaver clip that holds the bbs and pellets with magnets and allows you to shoot eight shots and then turn the clip around and shoot another eight shots I love this gun and think that it is pretty good value for the price with bb guns the thing to remember is that you get what you pay for and this is a very good gun you will have loads of fun with it I know that I have!!!
This was my 6 or seventh bb or pellet gun i have owned and this edges out the others because it shoots both pellets and bbs with the added bonus of shooting 8 at once then flipping it around to shoot other 8 on opposite end of the magazine. Now looking for targets to practice the accuracy aspect of the pistol. Saves a ton on the real ammo as is the same feel as the real thing. Definitely at the top of the list of some pretty good name brand co2 pellet and bb air guns i use now and love. Would purchase another one if offered the 10 shot or maybe a little more fps but more than satisfied the way it is.
This is the best gun that i have ever shot in years. Would seriously recomend this gun
Does everything as advertised. Shot it with about 100 pellets so and not one problem.
Great pellet/bb co2 pistol for the first time or novice shooter. The weight, looks and blow back action of this pistol is very realistic to the actual Beretta pistol. The dual end 16 round magazine is easily loaded and works flawlessly. You cannot use pointed pellets in this gun, you have to use wadcutters. I would suggest getting some extra mags to make shooting more enjoyable. Loading the co2 cartridge into the handle can be a little tricky at first, but after loading a couple cartridges its actually pretty easy. I would of gave it a 5 star rating, but my only issue is that the sights are not adjustable.
Took the pistol out of the package, got it prepped with a little cleaning and a little oil and I was shooting holes in the paper target. The pistol is pretty accurate out of the box and very simple to use. I love the magazine and the 16 shot capacity.
The design is the best from any CO2 handgun i own. The only problem that I,ve had is that the magazine is different then what i used to in most air guns, and the safety requires the gun be turned around and need two hands just to switch it for firing because of the spring. Overall was not vary happy.
Feels just like the real one even weight is exactly the same. Haven't fired too many rounds yet, but from what I did shoot seems to be pretty accurate. Acts just like the real thing clear through the blowback feature.
This Pistol is one of the best i have try and it`s an Excellent for Hunting .
This gun is perfect for conditioning your aim. I use this to practice target shooting. I have the real 9mm PX4 Storm and use this to help stay in practice because of the 2013 Ammo shortage. It is a great Replica.
The Beretta PX4 (made by Umarex) is a well proportioned blowback air pistol that feels good in my hand. It is slightly smaller and lighter than the comparable GAMO PT-85 which I also own. Unlike my erratic PT-85, the PX4 shoots pretty consistent groups and is very usable with the provided fixed sights. I'll add a laser only to make it quicker to target. The PT-85 required a laser just to make is usable. The PX4 is also relatively easy on gas, yielding between 56 and 72 usable shots per 12g cartridge, depending on conditions. The PT-85 is tired at 40 and done at 48. The PX4 is somewhat particular about the pellets it wants, but not overly so. Use flat-nosed (wadcutter) or domed pellets from quality sources for best results. Shy away from pointed or overly long pellet styles to avoid misfires and jams.
The one knock is that spare clips are only sold individually and can be pricey. You may want to buy a few clips to keep the action moving.
Overall, the Beratta PX4 is fun to shoot and is worthy of your consideration for simulations, training or plinking.
The first one I got completely froze up after only 12 shots. I don't know if I had gotten a bad gun or not, but I took it back to Walmart the next day. I looked at a lot more air pistols but I kept thinking about the Beretta Storm and the ease of the mags and the quality of the pistol overall. So I ordered another one along with a new tin of hollow point pellets and 3 extra mags. What a difference. I've gone through 8 mags of pellets without any problems at all. Hits hard with great blowback and is very accurate. I can't say anything bad about this pistol. You can't go wrong for the money.
I like it but I haven't gotten to use it much yet. It will take me a while to get used to the trigger pull (it is pretty long). I learned right away that you really need to tighten the puncture screw. I had it too loose the first time and didn't get a good puncture. It fired the first few shots real well and then dropped velocity very quickly. Eventually, it was skipping rounds. Once I replaced the cylinder and tightened it enough, it became very consistent with good velocity and accuracy.
This gun feels and is a actual replica of the real deal ive shot this weapon at least 50 to 60 times with ease and a little heads up the big pointy pelts DONT USE it will jam the gun and also if u pull the pistol back you can see whats inside and all very good gun also once you get used to it and used the kick it comes with it and blow back action you will be able to aim with presion its a good gun its worth the money and also perfectly fits the crosman shoulder holster
I bought this for my nephew for his birthday. He loves it. I wish I had looked closer and noticed that it did not come with a cartridge. He couldn't shoot it right away.
I haven't even owned the gun for a week and it's already broken. I've put about 100 shots through it. Now, the trigger won't reset. I expected better from Beretta.
This really is a powerful air gun. Shoots flat and accurately, nice metal slide, with parkerized finish, lower half is high grade polymer. The worst thing about this gun is that it comes packaged in a skin slicing blister pack you spend almost half your life cutting this pistol free of. Otherwise when that's over you can really have fun with this C02 powerhouse of a pellet gun.
Very much like the real thing, Great for target pactice
Except for the hard to use air gun safety and the replica safety being non-working, it is a great gun. Very accurate and realistic. I have both the air and the 9mm firearm. Great to train with.