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Beretta CX4 opinions/ Questions

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Safety First, Jul 8, 2006.

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  1. Safety First

    Safety First Member

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    What do you guys/gals think about the Beretta CX4 in .45 ACP for a home defense gun?

    Oh, and would you like to see it in ....223 ?

    and if you would like it in .223, would that be a good varmint rifle ?

    I actually like the looks of the gun, and because it is some what on the short side, I thought it would make a good CQC gun as well as provide a little reach out and touch what ever needs touching at a distance also... Just curious about your opinions....
     
  2. Clipper

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    You'd have to completely redesign that gun to accomodate just the length, first of all, and after the other action changes necessary to absorb the extra energy of the rifle round, I bet you'd have a gun that wouldn't remotely resemble the original design, you'd have an M-4...
     
  3. MachIVshooter

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    That'd be the Rx4
     
  4. steve635

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    I seriously considered the CX4 in 40 S&W before I bought my Olympic K40 (AR 15 in 40 S&W), I really liked it and if Glock mags fit it I probably would have bought it. I wanted the same mags to fit it and my Glock 22, only problem is Glock doesn't make a hi-cap mag and the aftermarket (Scherer) ones are awful. But back to the point I think the CX4 in 45 would make an awesome HD weapon, I'd sure like to have one;) .
     
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