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Postby CON-T » Thu Nov 23, 2006 4:24 pm

when i think of beretta, i think of taurus. is there a relationship there? some of their weapons are similar in appearance. im gonna guess that beretta has been around longer...just curious.
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Postby Buzz » Thu Nov 23, 2006 6:57 pm

I like Taurus but would hardly put Taurus in the same camp as Beretta. Beretta is top shelf and used by the Military for years. Beretta was the standard pistol for Marine Corps M.P.s for years.
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Postby berettafool » Fri Nov 24, 2006 2:33 am

Beretta is from Italy and has been around since the 1500s.. Taurus is a completely different company and there is absolutely NO comparison in quality. Beretta all the way!
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Postby morganw » Sun Nov 26, 2006 8:42 pm

Ive had my Px4 9mm for about 6 months and have put close to 1500 rounds through it. Cant say enough about how nice this handgun is.

Does anybody know of a good holster that will fit it aside from a generic one size fits all type?
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Postby Buzz » Sun Nov 26, 2006 10:56 pm

Beretta makes a great pancake holster for the PX4 storm.

You can call the Beretta store by phone and order it.

It is genuine leather and the part # is FO782099 this is a very good conceal carry holster.



Also Gould and Goodrich (leather company that makes police leather gear)makes a holster for the PX4 as well, Part #B803 very nice fit but does not have the concealibility as the Beretta holster. I have both I use one while teaching on the range as then I am not concealed and the Beretta holster for my concealed carry under a jacket. You can find both BerettaUSA and Gould and Goodrich on your search engine.

Word of advice on the Beretta holster call by phone and order.

These are the two best out there as I searched everywhere when the PX4 came out Last December.
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Postby Buzz » Sun Nov 26, 2006 11:09 pm

Beretta Order phone number

To order that PX4 holster the Beretta order dept. is 1-800-636-3420 Mon 0Fri 9-5 EST

All the best
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Postby jason0007 » Mon Nov 27, 2006 12:31 am

hope u all had a nice thanksgiving...as for my new beretta px4, i also purchased the m6 tactical laser illuminator. Anybody have any thoughts on that..is it worth the $297 cost i paid for it???? Btw..anyone know what the penalty would be if you were caught with carrying a weapon across interstate borders like California?? Even if the gun was in a case, unloaded, and locked in the trunk of a car???????????????? Sometimes cops ask you if youre carrying a weapon on a routine traffic moving violation.....
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Postby Buzz » Mon Nov 27, 2006 10:31 am

Jason: As a CHL Instructor, I can tell you this if you are not a California license holder and you transport across over swith a hand gun across statelines to California that could be a felony and at least a class A misdemeaner. If you are license holder in Arizona you can not carry inCalifornia a Californnia holder cna carry in Arizona but a Arizona holder can not carry in California. Check with your Attorney Genrals office as California, New York and Mass are very strict in their gun laws. Unfortunate but true
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Postby CON-T » Mon Nov 27, 2006 11:03 am

YEAH, ALL STATES ARE DIFFERENT. I LIVE IN FLORIDA AND I HAVE A LIST OF 29 STATES THAT ALLOW A FL. CCW PERMIT IN THEIR STATE. CHECK WITH YOU LOCAL GUN STORE AND ASK IF THEY HAVE SUCH A LIST OF RECIPROCITY STATES....
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Postby Wolfram » Mon Nov 27, 2006 1:29 pm

Replying to Buzz and mpanova thread (re: .45 cal), Beretta will be marketing the PX4 in the current 9mm and .40, and will introduce .38 and .45 versions (thus the PX4 -- Pistol x 4 calibers). The CX4 should follow suit.



I bought the 9mm version back in August and finally had a chance to break it out of the box 3 weeks ago -- absolutely gorgeous. So little kick its hard to tell yourself youre not shooting a .22.
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