*OK, so I just found the second PX4 magazine that came with the pistol; unfortunately I still cannot find the single sided (left) slim slide catch/release. I will continue to search for it—-it must be Somewhere in the apartment.
The PX4 Compact has never been fired by the original owner (me).
Aesthetic wear: the slide and controls have been lightly sanded to accentuate the the edges, slide serrations, etc. The sanding was done for a purely aesthetic effect. Pictures will show whether this appearance appeals to you; or whether it’s a dealbreaker. One could argue that the original finish on the slide is subpar, and one would have had the slide Cerakoted or NP3 anyway...
Regarding modifications: the pistol presently has the stock safety lever installed, sans the ball bearing that serves as a detent so that the lever no longer remains in the "safe" position. Also, the metal protuberance on the stock safety level has been removed--the effect being that upon depression of the safety lever, the trigger bar does not disengage from the sear. This makes the pistol decock ONLY.
Also installed in the pistol is "the BERETTA D Spring Hammer 92 - 8000 - PX4 Series"
SKU #: EU00043; and the "Beretta PX4 Storm Competition Trigger Group"
SKU #: C8C205
Subjectively, the double action trigger is SMOOTH with zero overtravel. Regarding the single action trigger, there is about 0.25 takeup with a clean break and zero overtravel.
Should you choose, you may install (they are included in the package)
1.Beretta PX4 CARRY Decocker G Safety Levers Assembly (from Langdon Tactical)
SKU #: C8D710
2. The PLUG SLIDE CATCH PX4 COMPACT and the
and 3. SLIDE CATCH LOW PROF, SLIM
I'm even including the original trigger group and mainspring.
And of course the three backstraps are included to better suit one's had size.
Lastly and worthy of mention are the Trijicon HD (yellow front) night sight's installed on the pistol.
You may be having doubts about the massively obtrusive slide mounted decocking lever: I found that the best approach for me to avoiding superficial injury to the hand (when “racking” the slide) is to use the “slingshot” method.
**I'm willing to do an even trade for a Glock 48 (black color slide) or maybe G43X
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