Beretta ARX100

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posted on January 15, 2014
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The Beretta ARX100 rifle is equipped with a cold hammer-forged barrel that can be removed and replaced with various lengths and calibers in a matter of seconds; two configurations are available, the 5.56 and .300 AAC Blackout. The gun sports a constant contact piston system, allowing it to easily feed and fire, even under the most unforgiving conditions. Its lightweight, technopolymer receiver allows for reliable operation, with little lubricant.

Better yet, the ARX100 is completely ambidextrous. All of the firearm's critical controls can be adapted to suit a left-handed shooter-and a selector near the rear of the gun allows the user to switch between left or right spent casing ejection configurations. For more information, check out the video below or go to BerettaUSA.com.

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