blackstang201150: I have the FN in a .45 pro model. I put a trijicon on it and it's prob the ugliest gun I have but it holds 14 + 1 and I can put five shots in a 3 inch group at 25 yds and my fav carry SW MP .45 I can only group about 6-8 inches.
TheYankeeMarshal: It is only about 4oz heavier than the Glock and shoots much better.
Kevin Klika: The px4 is one of the ugliest guns I've ever seen, and it's almost as heavy as a hipoint... Uggg.
Renato Bachet: Thanks for the review. Have you heard of the new pistol from Colombia, The Cordova? They just release it last week.
wkinch71: A pilot and a shooter, not so much.
wkinch71: Couldn't disagree more. PX4 is ugly euro trash style wise but innovative and well built. As an engineer innovative is interesting, as a p
TheYankeeMarshal: I just bought the kit to do that today.
fiercekrypton: Change it from f to g and don't train to release safety.
Simba Lion: I have a PX4! <3 (that's a heart, not a less than three)
djj986744: sounds like the px4 has got the flow
jscarpa2002: Who cares about how the gun looks unless you plan on screwing it with your tiny pencil.
megadeth22885: it seems like every week FN is coming out with a new pistol to replace the old.. i wont buy FN pistols because it seems to me theyre not really "behind" any of them, whereas beretta has made a major commitment to sticking to the Px4 platform
TheYankeeMarshal: Why do you think I bought it. In case Steven Seagal breaks in to my home. Which could happen because I keep ham and twinkies in the house at all times.
mulishamaniac92: That's weird my slide stop is ambidextrous
TheYankeeMarshal: Shut the freak up you whining bitch. Go bleed from your vagina somewhere else.
(How is that for insulting and immature.)
Anarchy2010: The PX4 takedown lever was designed to defeat Steven Seagal's number one counter of firearms, disassembling in your hand.
JakobiRobi9: Your review of the guns isn't bad, lots of info, but the weird, insulting and immature text that's put over the video is completely unnecessary and really takes away from the review overall. If you left that out, it'd be a solid review of two guns.
TheYankeeMarshal: if I carried it regularly I would.
9mmparadox: I have the same PX4 pistol and agree with you at 3:50 to carry with the safety off for double action trigger pull. Even though the safety is off, would you still train to draw PX4 as if the safety were on? To counter the remote possibility of the safety switching back on while holstered.
TheYankeeMarshal: 1) How is inadequate? What that goes on a handgun doesn't fit?
2) Why would that matter to anyone not left handed?
3) No, it doesn't.
4) No, it isn't. The PX4 trigger is much smoother.
5) The PX4 grip is more than adequate and more comfortable.
6) Anyone that doesn't want to have the extra step of removing a safety under duress.
Paul Kelly: Probably too late but:
1) accessory rail on the CX4 is inadequate with one notch, the FNX is a 1913 Rail
2) FNX is Fully Ambi
3) You load a full mag and the play in the back strap evaporates.
4) Trigger pull on both double and single action is better on the FNX ( you do need to break in the trigger a bit with the FNX)
5) When your palms are sweaty you're going to love the stipling of the FNX
6) Who doesn't like to be roostered and locked
TheYankeeMarshal: In other words, it is a damn awesome polymer gun that doesn't also look like a plastic brick.
dawhitecastle: Yep, I picked up the .40 cal myself. I LOVE IT. Prettiest gun, maybe next to my P226 that I own I think. I also think my groupings are the tightest with my PX4 than any other handgun I own. I would recommend it to anyone interested in one.
Rob F: The Beretta PX4 was the ONLY pistol at the Joint Combat Pistol test at SOCOM to pass every single test. The PX4 has loose tolarances ( inside the pistol ) and floating barrel which make it as jam resistant as the glock IMHO. It probably would've replaced the Beretta 92 ( M9 ), but they killed the program due to budget cuts. One thing nice about the PX4 though is its offered in .45 caliber as well as .40 and 9mm.. Where as the 92A1 is offered in 9mm and .40..
Rob F: Glocks are extremely boring looking IMHO.. they retain the same flat, square look that used to be ok..Many pistols copy the squared look, but not to the extent of the glock. The glock lacks character and style that many other guns have . Beretta could've easily copied the Glock look, so Iam glad they didn't. Now a days so many pistols offer as much or more then the glock. By the way: the Beretta PX4 was the ONLY pistol at the Joint Combat Pistol test at SOCOM to pass every single test.
TheYankeeMarshal: Really? What makes it better?
jpipino13: Ok this guy is a jerkoff. On a staircase of 100 steps the fn is 2 steps about
djj986744: oh yea, and most of our generation, the one with the greatest use of youtube and internet would NEVER have gotten the Salma Hayek reference, not sayin I didnt lol
if you gotta have the commentary, at the bottom or corner wouldnt bother me, keep it up!!
djj986744: watched a few of your vids, pretty nice but less of the commentary would be better, what are you are trying to beat everyone to the punch so we cant make fun of you?? leave some for us okayy?? lol
very thorough, just less commentary plz
BlueOrtiz1: I always thought the px4 looked like a womans gun ....something a feminine man would like but hey thats just my opinion.....
Skrills McHoulihan: your wife doesnt resent my big ol italian sausage
Sardonick007: I've got the FNS-9 and while it doesn't look like it's a shooter, it's amazingly accurate in my hands. I was very surprised at the immediate dead on accuracy I got from it vs my other pistols that maybe took a little time to get used to. I keep expecting to hate it, and end up loving it. Sort of like my exes.
jordanaug81: Its super accurate & fun to shoot with some really cool features I love it, and to think I almost bought the hi-point.
TheYankeeMarshal: I want a CX4 pretty badly.
jordanaug81: I bought a Cx4 storm last year and ended up buying the Px4 just so I could share magazines between the two, damn you beretta for being so cool!!
TheYankeeMarshal: And we all resent your hairy back and strong garlic odor...so we are even.
Skrills McHoulihan: as an italian i resent the back hair and garlic comment
Jonathan Dirubbo: Px4 9mm lol
Jonathan Dirubbo: I just my fiancée one for her birth day / are anniversary :)
vizi0123: That's one ugly Beretta. I know its an opinion but damn... Glocks are ugly too but compare to this PX4, the glock is a super model.
ShowgunSam: Interesting. I bought my Px4 yesterday (it's not two-tone like yours) and mine is fully ambidextrous. Safety, slide-stop, etc... They must have upgraded the model since then.
goliath07: and I really did like the take down on the fnp. slide lock is awesome.
goliath07: I had the fnp 9mm. curious of the differences between the fnx. it liked to stove pipe and did not feel as good on the hands as the px4. fnp was my first handgun though. did like it.
TheYankeeMarshal: That isn't why the gap is there. It is a weight and cost issue with guns.
dawhitecastle: about the gap between the slide and frame...glock does that (I am pretty sure) to make it run no matter what. That is one reason glock's can be put in the dirt and sand, etc. and keep on ticking. I think this could be said about AK's as well, they will keep going no matter what because they are sort of "loose".
RhakarkX: im getting mine in 7 days baby ooooh~~~ yea~~~~
Beretta PX4 Storm vs. FN FNX-9 (Part 1)4.5
out of 5