Beretta CX4 Storm JX49220

Beretta CX4 Storm JX49220

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Specifications
Brand Beretta
Category Carbine Rifle
Action Semi-Automatic
Caliber 9x19mm Parabellum
Capacity 10 1/15 1
Finish Black
Barrel Length 16.6"
Beretta CX4 Storm JX49220 Reviews

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Positive: 46 Mixed: 2 Negative: 1
Chris J
Chris J
Apr 02, 2018

Great shooter. Comes heavily oiled from the factory. You'll want to clean that off before going to the range or you'll spend a while cleaning it. comes with an extra mag and the adjustment tool.

100
Amaury C
Amaury C
Nov 12, 2016

A few months ago I bought my first modern sport rifle, a S&W AR-15 .22, and it's a great plinker, but has spent more time getting fixed at the factory than in the range because of constant failures to load, eject or fire. I got fed up and decided to look for something else. The Beretta Storm CX4 had great reviews and everybody said that they had fired thousands of rounds without a single failure, so I ordered one. Well, today I received mine and took it to the range, where I loaded 30-round Beretta mags I had also ordered. After the first round, I got a stovetop! After that it worked relatively well. Out of 120 rounds, I got three failures to eject. Maybe it needs breaking in. Lubrication is not a problem because it arrived well lubricated from the factory. Besides that issue, I love the design, the feel, the light weight, the moderate recoil and --most of all-- the accuracy. It took me about ten minutes to adjust the iron sights in order to get five-shot groups within a couple of inches at 18 yards, and I'm not a great shot. I ordered a riser so I can mount my Accushot scope and, when I get it, I plan to test the carbine in an open range at 100 yards. I have a feeling it will do great. We'll see. ...more

80
Michael E
Michael E
Aug 12, 2015

Great carbine, super service. Thanks Bud's!

100
John T
John T
Mar 13, 2015

This is my second CX4 Storm, the first one being in .45 caliber. The first one impressed me so much, I wanted one to go with my Model 92 pistol. These carbines are short, handy, reliable, and just fun too shoot. When I bring mine to the range, everybody wants some time on it. I could see this gun as a good home gun, it's size makes it better handling that any stocked shotgun, plus recoil is much easier on the shooter than a shotgun. It is also set up to handle optics, light and even a laser, right out of the box, with all its rails. The sights it comes with are very satisfactory too. And did I say it was fun to shoot, which will only work to your favor to be a better shooter. Buds price puts inbetween a quality 9 mm and a quality .45, so I don't think it is overpriced for what are you are getting. I recommend it. ...more

100
Wei D
Wei D
Sep 29, 2014

This is my favorite pistol caliber carbine so far. I have shot a full auto MP5, since then i began to look for a pistol caliber gun for home defense and range. It is more accurate and hits harder (longer barrel brings out more velocity) than a 9mm pistol, yet not as loud or flashy like a rifle (you need to consider this especially if you may need to shoot indoors for home defense, etc.). I can hit a 3 in spinner target all day long at 45 yards with only iron sights or a red dot. Also, it uses the mags of my 92A1 so it made an even more ideal home defense equipment. My pistol is in the bedside safe, so if some one breaks in and once I got the pistol and extra mags, I can manage to get the rifle and stick in the mags without struggling to find the right mag for the carbine. I can even take out the mag of my 92 and stick it into the cx4 in emergency, big plus. Almost all operations are ambidextrous, you can even put on 2 charging handle (1 on each side) and that's what I did. Now a few cons of it (but doesn't stop me from loving it), 1. Stock length. I'm 6'2 with long LOP and I felt the stock is right length for me, and it can be longer if you put on another spacer, doesn't make sense. I wish if it can be shorter so my girlfriend can handle it better. 2. trigger pull. 8.5 lbs not adjustable. Definitely not one of the best trigger I've had, maybe one of the few in the bottom. But it does get the job done, so I don't really care. I'm not gonna shoot it with anything beyond 100 yards anyway. it's a 9mm. 3. buttons position. some buttons are hard to operate without shifting your grip. and like the mag release, you need to have long thumb to reach it. This could also goes to the stock design because it reduced you grip hand movement. 4. felt recoil is not quite much less than an AR. this might because of the blow back design. It doesn't have all those fancy buffer/spring combo like what AR has. So you feel the direct kick other than the muffled and delayed recoil an AR has. This might reduce your follow up shot speed, but it is not as loud as a 223 or making the big flash as a 223, so you get the sight picture quicker. 5. barrel length is 16.25 inch. I wish if they could make it 14.5 and pin a flash hider/compensator on it. Some people clocked a faster bullet speed after they cut it down to 14.5 comparing to the factory setup. And if you look at its military counterpart - MX4, its even shorter than 14.5 inchs. 6. side and bottom rails. You need to buy the whole set of other side rail to hang the bottom rail for a foregrip, and all these are plastic, well, polymer if you insist. So it can get loose over use, and you cannot adjust it (the bottom rail). Also, if you want to get Aluminum side rails (and Beretta do sell them), you are wasting the 2 plastic side rails because they don't have a metal side/bottom rail set for sale. However, these are all no reason for me to refuse this gun, especially at it's price. Those sig MPXs are sold for 2k and above. Also, cx4 is very easy to disassemble and clean. ...more

100
Robert B
Robert B
Jun 22, 2014

This is an awesome little carbine! It's not perfect but overall it's really superb. First off, the negatives. The trigger is really horrible- it's long, heavy and mushy. It doesn't prevent the Storm from getting minute-of-bad-guy accuracy but it's annoying. I'm also not crazy about the cross-bolt type safety. It's the same type you'd commonly see on shotguns but since the Storm carbine is set up like a pistol I'd rather have a pistol-type safety lever. Again, not a big issue. But there's so much to like about this carbine! First it's extremely compact and short- only about 31" overall. This makes it very nimble and easy to handle, even in tight spaces. It's also very very reliable, and seems to eat anything. And despite the crappy trigger the gun is a tack driver. Ergonomically it's excellent, well laid out. The sights are decent for what they are (wish they took an M4 front post). This gun is a really superb value as well. I bought mine for $650 shipped, and for that price you get a very nice hard case (for the money), and the gun ships with a top rail attached, a pic rail that extends from the forend and a side rail section in the case that you can attach to either side. It also shipped with two x 15 round Beretta 92 mags. My advice is to get this version if you want to use 92 mags; technically there's a magwell conversion adapter but it's very hard to find. Lastly it has sling studs fore and aft as well as an ambi slot on either side of the rear of the buttstock. I'm extremely happy with the Storm carbine! It's compact, easy to shoot well and intuitive to operate, just like a big handgun. The ability to use cheap, common Beretta mags is really great. All in all there's not much to complain about aside from the trigger. Highly recommended. ...more

100
Bill P
Bill P
May 30, 2014

What a great carbine shoots straight light handles well easy to aline and shoot straight love this gun

100
Alex A
Alex A
May 24, 2014

I own a Beretta M9A1, use the M9 "at work". The CX4 is a great complement for all around target, plinking, and home defense. The magazine interchangeability means I can load up all of my 92FS/M9 magazines prior to going to the range and simply get out there and shoot. Much like my M9A1, accuracy is "spot on". Fired at an indoor range and tore out the bullseye from the back of the range. Operation is simple and easy, like a long barrel pistol with a stock (which is what it really is). The bolt is very solid and I can't see it ever wearing out. The trigger internals do have quite a bit of polymer parts but doesn't seem to degrade operation. As noted by others, the trigger is on the heavier side and can be overcome with lots of range time and rounds down range. From a tactical perspective, this is easily accessorized and handles very quick from the ready position to firing. Overall, love this carbine as well as Buds prices and shipping. Have recommended to friends who now have one on order. ...more

100
Greg D
Greg D
May 05, 2014

Fun gun. Trigger is not the best. Probably will trade the plastic one out for a metal one. Otherwise, it does fire straight and true.

80
Gary G
Gary G
May 02, 2014

Bud's is such a pleasure to buy from. Everything I get is on time and in new condition. I just bought this Beretta Cx4 Storm carbine in 9mm to pair with a Beretta 92FS. This weapon is a nice piece of work. I mounted a Meprolight 21T reflex sight on top and a Streamlight flashlight with red lazer under. This will be mainly a home defense weapon for my wife. Short and easy to handle in the house and give her three points of contact. Have not shot it yet but understand it has fine accuracy. I love Beretta products and dealing with Buds. ...more

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