Beretta PX4 ''G' stealth safety levers Reviews

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Most Helpful Positive Review
JE

51 out of 52 people found the following review helpful

5 out of 5

PX4 Full Size and Compact

 

I put these on both a PX4 Full Size and a PX4 Compact (not subcompact). Installation was easy. There are YouTube videos to help but you do not need to remove the extractor as they show. These levers convert the pistols to de-cocker only and make racking the slide less harsh on the hands.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes
Most Helpful Critical Review
RS

5 out of 10 people found the following review helpful

3 out of 5

Difficult to use

 

These “stealth” G-model levers are made well, and look good. However, they are almost non-functional. I cannot recommend these levers.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? No

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4.6 out of 5
 

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JE

51 out of 52 people found the following review helpful

5 out of 5

PX4 Full Size and Compact

 

I put these on both a PX4 Full Size and a PX4 Compact (not subcompact). Installation was easy. There are YouTube videos to help but you do not need to remove the extractor as they show. These levers convert the pistols to de-cocker only and make racking the slide less harsh on the hands.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes
 
 
J

22 out of 26 people found the following review helpful

5 out of 5

Worth it

 

Sent my Compact in to Beretta to have this installed professionally. Makes a world of difference when pulling the slide back. Now I don't ease into releasing the slide for fear of the safety tearing up my fingers, causing jams. This allows me to let go and avoid the DA trigger which I always tried to avoid.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes
 
 
G

7 out of 9 people found the following review helpful

5 out of 5

Highly Recommend. 2017 PX4 Just a Little Different Than the YouTube Videos

 

I really liked doing this modification. I would highly recommend anyone who has gunsmith experience to do this job on their own. If you have no experience please find a smith. I am handy but my gunsmith experience was until now, limited to Springfield Armory, Smith & Wesson, Ruger, and shotguns. My Px4 Storm Full Size was built in 2017. It came with the metallic guide rod (which is odd) and when I removed the de-cocker/safety, I found a spring pin made from very thin steel which was quite malleable. The pin would be very easy to mangle. Most spring pins are made from thick flat steel and rolled into a long pin. This pin used very thin spring steel rolled like a pinwheel. The friction holding it came from mushing the metal while it was pressed in. The concept was new to me but the end result was more forgiving to the parts around and in contact with the pin, and I hope, overtime, just as durable as it's thicker counterpart. Curious if pre-2017 guns are like mine?

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes
 
 
RS

5 out of 10 people found the following review helpful

3 out of 5

Difficult to use

 

These “stealth” G-model levers are made well, and look good. However, they are almost non-functional. I cannot recommend these levers.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? No
 
 
B

1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful

5 out of 5

Nice, but maybe I got a bad pair?

 

The levers themselves are so much nicer to deal with. I really didn't like the regular blades. My issue comes in with the de-cocking. I wanted de-cocker only and thats what I got, but after de-cocking the hammer the levers don't rebound up. Mine just sit in the depressed position. It kinda works its way back up after a few shots, but this seems tacky to me. Shouldn't de-cocking levers bounce back up after pressing them? Hoping someone can help me out here because this doesn't feel right.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes