I first shot the PX4 Storm Subcompact as a preproduction prototype. My first impression was, shall we say, underwhelming. I looked at it lying on the table like it was a fat envelope in the mailbox with an attorney’s return address, asking myself “Do I have to?” As soon as I glommed my size Large hands onto the grip, my attitude started changing.
In the world of handguns, Beretta is best known as the carry gun of Martin Riggs in “Lethal Weapon” and for replacing the M1911A1 as the U.S. military’s service pistol. However, Beretta also produces many handgun models for a variety of purposes including concealed carry. One of Beretta’s more recent offerings is the Px4 Storm series of semi-auto handguns.
Beretta’s Px4 Storm Sub-Compact is built around modular technology, delivering concealed carry handling with large frame firepower. Seen here with Insight X2L laser/light combo.