the accessories listed here were obtained from Houts Enterprises'
which I highly recommend to anyone who owns a Beretta Cx4
as Houts' prices, selection,
and service are, in my experience, simply unmatched anywhere on
Four MIL STD 1913 Picatinny Rails mounted on top, bottom, and
both side hard points.
- EOTech 552
Holographic Reflex Red-Dot
Night-Vision-Ready Optics forward on top rail,
with GG&G Accucam Quickrelease lever system for instant access
to the stock iron sights.
- Insight M3/LED 90-lumen Tactical Light mounted to the Storm's
fore-end rail that extends from under the barrel.
I also mounted a Long-Gun Remote Switch
so the light's momentary-on function can be operated more easily
when using the fore-grip.
- I mounted a Tdi-Arms SVG vertical fore-grip to the bottom rail
for a more stable platform.
- GG&G Three-Point
Tactical Sling with Weaver Dovetail Swivel for the left front
- I also added a second cocking handle since the Storm comes with
its handle, oddly
enough, mounted on the left side. However, the Storm is designed
to be quickly and easily
field stripped (which is indeed both simply and quickly accomplished)
without the need the
need for any tools whatsoever, and nearly everything, including
the cocking handle, can be
switched for left- or right-handed use in a matter of seconds.
In fact, in the case of the
cocking handle, one can simply add a second one so that there
is a cocking handle on each
side, which is exactly what I did.
- Lastly, although my Storm came with a beautifully designed hard
case, I also got the nice
soft carry case that was specifically designed by Beretta for
the Cx4 Storm. Although my
stock Storm fit perfectly into the hard case, it is a difficult
chore to get it to sit correctly
now that it is fully tricked out, and it's a real pain when trying
to quickly get it in or out.
The soft case is also much more handy and lightweight for carrying
over a distance, such
as when I am shooting any distance away from where I started.
At our local shooting range
it's not a problem since it's only a hundred feet from my truck
to the shooting positions, but
if I go anywhere else, it can be a real pain to lug the hard case
around with me. So the
soft case has turned out to be one of the best purchases of the
whole bunch, especially
once all the other accessories had been mounted on the Storm.