PX4 Carry - Full Size 9mm
PX4 Carry Full-Size (9mm)
The New PX4 Carry, a PX4 Full-Size, redesigned version of the PX4 Storm including:
Ameriglo Night Sights, Talon Grips, Competition Trigger Group, Stealth Levers, Extended Mag Button, Reduced Weight Hammer Spring, Sniper Gray Cerakote Slide, (2) 17-round magazines and (1) 20-round magazine and the add-on options of a Langdon Tactical Trigger Job and the ROBAR NP3 finish on the following parts: sear, sear pin, hammer strut, trigger bar, trigger pin, barrel and barrel cam and all 3 magazines with the bevel cut.
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PX4 Carry with Trigger Job is currently OUT OF STOCK - As of December 1st 2020 we are currently expecting delivery of PX4s in late January/early February of 2021 - please sign up above to be notified when PX4s come back in stock.
The PX4 Carry ships free of charge from LTT to your FFL in the lower 48 - freight charges to Alaska, Hawaii, or non-US addresses may apply.
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I received my LTT PX4 carry full-size today. The difference between it and the stock full-size PX4 is astounding. Trigger pull is much improved over what was a already decent stock trigger. NP3 Coated barrel, and magazines you can feel the difference over the stock .. seriously the magazines are smooth.. I’m really impressed and happy with the quality and very happy I spent the extra money. I wasn’t sure if I would like the sniper gray slide over the black but it’s darker then I thought it would be and actually looks very good. Was it worth the extra money over the stock PX4. I’m happy I spent the money and made this purchase. Highly recommended to anyone thinking of buying a LTT Beretta.
What can I say, this is the fourth Langdon Tactical firearm I have purchased. Great trigger, accurate, and fun to shoot. I tarted in law enforcement with a Smith and Wesson 5906. I wish it had been as easy to shoot as well as any of the Langdon Tactical guns I own. Also, great company with awesome customer service. Please build a Langdon Tactical PX4 Storm in 45 ACP and I will be back for another..
Have had a chance to take this firearm to the range three times now and am so impressed with LTT and the product they produce. Not just the product but the online support from the initial order, the response via email and phone, as well as the online content provided by Earnest Langdon.
Such an easy fun to acquire the target with, and since I ordered the PX4 with the trigger job, it is a pleasure to shoot.
I’m not sure I’m going to put the Talon grips on her, as the gun fits my hand nicely and haven’t had any she with the grips as they come out of the box. But that’s always something I can consider later.
Once again, great product from a great group of people running a great Veteran-owned company.
Thank you for your service, and the gracefulness of sharing your expertise with all of us through the products you produce.
I have both the compact and now the full size. I prefer the full size. It points very well and the front sight is just right. I have four LT guns now and the centurion is out for preorder so I might as well say five! These are the best Beretta guns on the market.
Received my Full Size Carry last week and after about 500 rounds, it's everything I expected, save for one minor problem which will be covered towards the end of the review.
This is an Italian made (as expected) pistol. I opted for the gray Cerakote slide which was applied professionally and flawlessly, and an LTT trigger job. The pistol comes with 2x 17 round and 1x 20 round extended magazines. Like the Compact Carry, it comes with Ameriglo sights (blacked out rear, tritium front) which are pretty good sights for quick sight picture acquisition, although I personally feel the front sight could be a little narrower.. Like its little brother, the FS Carry comes with rubber Talon grips sized for the medium/large backstraps. I left the medium backstrap (as it ships from the factory) on. I've found that I prefer to only have the Talon grips on the sides of the grips, where there is no stippling present. I cut the wrap around grip into 2 pieces to facilitate this. Overall fit and finish is very good. Slide to frame fit has a little play, but this doesn't detract from the accuracy of the pistol at all. The trigger job is very slightly better than the Trigger Job in a Bag I installed in my Compact Carry, but not by a lot. You could get very, very close to the a full LTT trigger job by installing the TJIAB on a stock PX4.
Shooting the FS Carry I found it to be plenty accurate. Shooting standing off hand, I was able to keep 20-30 shot strings all within the 0 zone on a standard IDPA target at 25 yards with Speer Gold Dot 124gr +P. The sights came zeroed appropriately from Beretta/LTT. One of the aspects I appreciate about the PX4 line compared to Browning action type pistols is the difference in recoil impulse. Subjectively, the recoil on the rotating barrel seems to be milder and less snappy than other pistols I shoot regularly with a tilting barrel design. Coupled with the excellent single action trigger thanks to LTT, it makes shooting accurately and rapidly a breeze. That being said, having had the opportunity to compare shooting my Compact Carry with the FS Carry, I definitely think the Compact is ever so slightly the better shooter In my hands.
Now to the minor issue - After a few hundred rounds through the FS Carry, I began to notice that the front sight began to work itself to the left under recoil. Supposedly Beretta stakes the front sight from the underside (there is a relief cut on the floor of the dovetail through the slide, so you can basically see the bottom the front sight if you turn the slide over), but I did not see any staking on my particular pistol. I ended up re-centering the sight and applied some loctite. I have not yet been able to take the pistol out since to re-zero it and ensure the adhesive holds, but I have had success with securing sights on other pistols in the past with this method, but this is the first NIB pistol I've owned that had such an issue. I suppose it is a better problem to have than sights that are so tight they are impossible to adjust with standard sight adjustment tools. If it were not for this minor problem, I would have given the pistol 5 stars.
Overall a great pistol, and LTT has always been great to work with. The Full Size Carry would make an excellent duty or competition pistol, while its little brother the Compact Carry has been a reliable carry pistol for me.
love the gun - its soft shooting, feels great in the hand and has well regulated sights.
I can't give it a max rating because of two things:
1- grips are to slippery to use without the talons installed.
2- the gun wouldn't feed from the magazine when hand racking the slide. I had to de-burr and break the corners on the extractor and the face of the slide to make it feed reliably.