Beretta PX4 Compact 9mm

Type G

It does only include the medium back strap (I bought it used and that’s all it had), other sizes can be bought online.

please check back soon for pictures of the actual gun for sale here

"The PX4 Compact might be my DA/SA Glock 19"

Ernest Landgon, July 05, 2015

The newest handgun on my radar screen is the Beretta PX4 Compact. I’ve never really given it a second thought even though it has been out and available for years. Some people really love the PX4. Some people don’t. I have heard great things about its accuracy and there are still a few police departments carrying the PX4 as their issued side arm. That being said, why is it a gun that almost no one considers a personal carry option?

I started asking myself this when I was working in the Beretta booth at the NRA Show this year. I was talking to customers about the new handguns from Beretta, like the M9A3, Wilson Combat Brigadier Tactical, and the full 90 series product line. I am fully familiar with all of them, but I was contemplating getting a smaller gun for daily carry. I carry the full-size M9A1 now and while I have become accustomed to it, summer was right around the corner and I wanted something smaller and lighter.

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So, this brings me to the PX4. I started playing with the PX4 Compact and realized it had the features I was looking for in a smaller, lighter compact carry gun. The PX4 also has has 15 round mags (17 with extension), dove tail front and rear sights, the safety converts to a G configuration easily and it has the same manual of arms as my full size 92s. Most importantly, I can load it full speed without catching the heal of my hand with the magazine floor plate. Not to mention, the trigger is smooth and shootable out-of-the-box.

read the whole thing at

Beretta PX4 Compact Review, Part 1

Lucky Gunner Ammo. June 30, 2016


Beretta PX4 Compact Review, Part 2

Lucky Gunner Ammo. July 07, 2016


Why I Switched to Double Action Semi-Autos

Lucky Gunner Ammo. May 12, 2016


The Faces of the M9 - Ernest Langdon, USMC

Beretta. October 16, 2015

Marines Combat Veteran, advanced firearms instructor and competitive shooter Ernest Langdon used the M9 in combat and in training, teaching the USMC high-risk personnel training program and countless other Federal agencies. He explains why the M9 is his personal choice.

Talking Guns with Ernest Langdon | Higher Line Podcast #54

CarryTrainer. March 31, 2019

Mickey and Ernest Langdon go deep on pistol design in this special podcast episode. It is a must listen for all Beretta fans out there.

Ernest Langdon is a 12 year Marine Corps. veteran turned Grand Master USPSA Shooter and well respected firearms instructor. He's earned instructor certifications from the FBI, NRA, US Army and USMC. He's a Distinguished Master in IDPA with ten National Championships and two World Speed Shooting Titles.

You can learn more about Langdon by visiting or following him on Instagram at @LangdonTactical

below : photos of the actual PX4 Compact for sale here