Beretta Announces the APX Carry Pistol

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posted on April 16, 2019
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Beretta has announced the APX Carry. Specifically designed for concealed carry, the APX Carry pistol extends the Beretta APX series to include a single-stack, sub-compact in 9 mm Luger.

Intended for personal protection, the Beretta APX Carry features a low bore axis to produce less felt recoil and a natural point of aim; it is also intended to improve follow-up shot acquisition.

The APX Carry utilizes a double-action-only-style trigger that breaks at six and a half pounds. On its slim exterior, it features aggressive slide serrations, a textured grip frame and a flat trigger guard.

Available in Flat Dark Earth (FDE), Wolf Grey and OD Green frame colors, the APX Carry can be had with either an extended eight-round magazine, or a six-round magazine with a pinky extension and a flush baseplate (included in the box).

The APX Carry, which will retail for $450, will debut at the upcoming NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Indianapolis, Ind. from April 26-28 in the Beretta booth (#6255). For more information, please visit Beretta.com.

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