Recently I got into two pistols that are not very highly regarded by the general population of shooters. The SCCY CPX-2 and the Kel-Tec PF9 have both been personal purchases and for the same reasons. I needed a pistol that could offer me a reliable pistol that I could be effective with. Due to the fact that I am not limited or scared of different trigger systems, I chose pistols that had qualities I was looking for. Those qualities are low height, good capacity relative to size, good price, and natural point of aim. Many pistols did not fit this list and therefore I was left with the two pistols listed.
Ever since I got the opportunity to shoot and use a PX4 Storm, I have become a believer in the platform. The platform itself has seen some attention, but not to the extent that I would have expected. Now, contracts for the PX4 have been increasing around the world, but it is slow. Most of the contracts are with police forces with contracts numbering a little less than 50,000 pistols per contract. The list of countries using them in their militaries and police forces is getting longer. This is something I like to see because I find the PX4 to be a refreshing design that brings an old design back into the world. Furthermore, it proves that we are not stuck with the Browning lock-up system when it comes to pistol technology that is reliable.
Do It Rite
Alaska-Based Youtube Vlogger, Retired Marine, gun enthusiast, and passionate firearm and gear evaluator.