PX4 Carry Lever (Decocking Lever)

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The new PX4 Carry Lever Set designed by Ernest Langdon and manufactured by Beretta. It's the manufactured version of the original "Fugly".  The PX4 Carry is a 'G' Model that will work on the PX4 Compact, PX4 Full-size and subcompact. 

Comes as a set only! 



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  • 5
    PX4 Carry Lever

    Posted by John Blazer on Jun 10th 2019

    Much better for my now old stiff thumbs. Return to holster is a bit tight due to levers but not a dealbreaker. Glad I got them. Now, If I can get accustomed to double action.

  • 5

    Posted by Rick on Jun 7th 2019

    Haven’t found anyone who can install it.
    Hopefully Ernest will make a video so I will get the proper equipment and do it myself.

  • 5

    Posted by John W on Jun 4th 2019

    My PX-4 was an F model when purchased. I hated the safety/decocker wings, they would dig into your hands when racking the slide. So i changed it to a G model (i.e.) decocker only with the stealth low profile decocker levers. Next problem, these were so low profile they were difficult to operate with my strong hand thumb only, so i would have to use my weak hand and straddle the slide and use my thumb and index finger to decock, not the best but better then the bat wings! Fast forward - then Ernest Langdon designed this new style decocking lever set and let me tell you this is the best thing since Ketchup. If you want a PX-4 model G (decocker only = no unnecessary safety). This fixed the ONLY bad thing about my PX-4, can you tell i'm lov'in it! Now i can easily operate the decocker with just my strong hand thumb at will.

  • 5
    PX4 decocker lever

    Posted by Jeff on May 28th 2019

    This lever is the perfect size in my opinion....not too small/flush and not to obtrusive. It is somewhere in-between the "bat wings" of the PX4 storm levers and the flush "stealth" levers (which were a bit hard to activate and was rubbing my thumb raw).

    I did have a lot of trouble with the change process though. That said, I am not a gunsmith. If you're going to make the change yourself, make sure you have the right size punches....that roll pin is tiny and can be easily mangled/bent!

  • 5
    Stealth decocker

    Posted by James day on May 10th 2019

    Awesome upgrade. Easy 20 minute install. Thanks

  • 5
    Decocking lever function

    Posted by Michael Bedwell on May 9th 2019

    After reading some negative comments regarding difficulty using the thinner decocking levers for the PX4 Storm I was concerned with changing from the standard “wing” style levers. After making the change I was glad to learn that not only are the new levers slimmer but they function just fine - better than fine, they no longer dig in my fingers during operation. Great solution!

  • 5
    The ideal PX4 lever

    Posted by Justin on May 4th 2019

    I have this on a full size PX4 and it's a blessing compared to the old levers. They are lower profile with less bite when working the slide. Most importantly is the lowered thumb surface which makes these levers far easier to reach than any other. It's fantastic for small hands like mine; I no longer have to break my grip when using it. While you do lose the safety function, I think the PX4 is a pistol that does better without one anyway. This is far faster and more user friendly.

  • 5
    PX4 G-Model Conversion

    Posted by Paul Brady on Mar 13th 2019

    Aside from trigger modification, converting my PX4 to a G-model was something that I had been wanting.
    Not as easy as a trigger group install, but not rocket science either.
    Best of all, it functions exactly as I had hoped.
    Saving my pennies to come back for more products and upgrades.

  • 5
    PX-4 Carry Lever (decoker lever)

    Posted by Robert King on Mar 11th 2019

    Part fit perfect. I had trouble holding the spring in place on the decoker lever while I drove the roll pin in. I’m guessing there’s an easy way to do it.