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$770. No sales tax. Pick up in DE with low transfer fee or ship to NJ dealer for $36.

Beretta USA JX4922105 Cx4 Storm 9mm Luger 16.60" 10+1 Flat Dark Earth Flat Dark Earth Fixed Thumbhole Stock Flat Dark Earth Polymer Grip Right Hand

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I have a Beretta CX4 Storm, 9mm (Black), Beretta Side Accessory Rail (mounted), six (10-round) magazines (4 Beretta & 2 Mec-Gar), Beretta Hard Case, Beretta Speed Loader and Sighting Tool, and DeSantis M48 Storm Packer (2 mag holder).  $1000 Firm.  Great condition.  I bought it used but I never fired it.  Willing to meet 30-45 minutes from 08016 area (Burlington County).  Howell Gun Works is my primary FFL.  If interested, PM me.  I can send more pics.

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