With the Beretta Storm series, Beretta offers both a .45 ACP polymer-frame pistol—the Beretta Storm Px4—as well as the innovative Beretta Storm Cx4 carbine. These Beretta firearms deliver the sleek lines and ergonomics for which the Italian company has become known, with the stout punch of the .45 ACP. One thing seems to be certain about these Beretta Firearms: a line of pistols is just somehow incomplete without a model in .45 ACP. The Beretta Storm PX4 is anything but a traditionally styled semi-automatic, but it completes the Beretta Storm lineup very nicely. And when you match the Beretta Storm Px4 pistol with the existing Beretta Storm Cx4 carbine, both chambered in the venerable .45 ACP cartridge, you have a winning combination.
BERETTA’S IDEA WAS TO OFFER BOTH PISTOLS AND CARBINES IN 9 MM LUGER, .357 SIG., .40 S&W AND .45 ACP, ALTHOUGH CURRENT BERETTA FIREARMS LITERATURE DOES NOT MENTION GUNS IN THE LESS POPULAR .357 SIG. THE MOST NOTICEABLE FEATURE OF THE BERETTA STORM .45 PISTOL AND CARBINE IS THE MODERNISTIC STYLING. BERETTA LED THE WAY WHEN IT CAME TO GUNS WITH FUTURISTIC LINES, PLANES AND ANGLES. OVERALL, YOU REALLY CAN’T GO WRONG WITH THESE TECHNOLOGICALLY ADVANCED, SLEEK BERETTA FIREARMS.