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Postby heik60 » Tue Nov 28, 2006 12:40 pm

Does anyone know what the trigger pull is like on the .40 Px4 Storm Type C? I currently shoot a Glock 22 and am thinking of purchasing a PX4 Storm Type C (constant action).



How does the trigger pull on the PX4 compare to that on the Glock 22? Is one lighter than the other?



The Type C trigger pull on the Storm is supposed to be lighter than the standard double action Storm, and I was wondering just how light it really is. I have read where the trigger on the Type C is supposed to be Glock like Is this true? Thanks much.
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Postby jvas68 » Tue Nov 28, 2006 2:21 pm

I was wandering how the storm would compare to the springfield xd 45
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Postby Buzz » Tue Nov 28, 2006 2:43 pm

The Px4 storm has a nice smooth trigger pull. I am not sure the pull but it is smooth and nice with very little slack to set up tyhe squeeze. It is hard to make comparisons between different handguns as far as accuracy. We know there are a few accurate handguns out there the Springfield, the Glock the Sig, but I can say this the PX4 is the sweetest handgun I have ever fired.
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Postby jvas68 » Tue Nov 28, 2006 3:05 pm

As far as the storm being a concealed carry gun based on size ?
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Postby Buzz » Tue Nov 28, 2006 3:49 pm

I carry in a pancake holster with a jacket, can not detect nothing and I carry in a fanny pack when I have no jacket.

Can it be slipped in a belt and hid with a pull of the shirt?

No
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Postby heik60 » Tue Nov 28, 2006 3:55 pm

Has anyone shot the Type C (Constant action) Storm? The Type C supposedly has a trigger pull that is less than that of the other Storms in DA.
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Postby jvas68 » Tue Nov 28, 2006 10:11 pm

thanks buzz im looking for a nice carry pistol, and i am really liking this storm just havent had time to check it out. What other guns might you suggest, im going this weekend to take a look, i dont really want to carry any of the ones I have im going for a new one alltogether.
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Postby berettafool » Tue Nov 28, 2006 10:48 pm

jvas, one of my buddies carries a springfield xd40 subcompact, he loves it. Ive fired several different xds including his, and I am always pleased with the overall feel. Something you might consider.
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Postby Buzz » Wed Nov 29, 2006 12:46 am

The Springfield xd sub compact is a nice concealed handgun, as well as the Sig 2000 series,and of course the storm.

Need to go to the dealer and check them out where you can tuck it in your shirt etc. and make uo your mind. I like the little Taurus PT111 9mm and now the 45 caliber as well they are smaller and more concealable. It is up to personal preference, but I personally look at quality, accuracy does it fit me in all ways just concealabilty is not enough if the important features are not there. I can always find a way to conceal as long as it is not a canon.
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Postby berettafool » Wed Nov 29, 2006 4:45 am

Buzz, you reminded me of the fact that I used to own a Taurus PT140 (.40 cal).. Ive been so in love with my PX4 that I forgot all about it. Anyway, in all honesty, for $279, it absolutely cant be beat. It never stovepiped or jammed, no cracking in the polymer like the REALLY old ones used to, nothing to make me wish Id never bought it. I will say, however, that out of about 800 rounds I fired through it before I sold it (to pay for part of my PX4), I had two misfires. The millenium series pistols are DAO, where obviously I just had to pull the trigger again on that round and they both fired on second attempt.



Anyway, if anyone is considering it for a small, reliable CCW, I think its a steal. If I had had enough money to have both guns, I would have kept it without question.
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