The APX Carry features a stainless steel chassis at its core with a black polymer-grip frame securely fashioned. This design allows the operator to disassemble the gun’s sub-assemblies for thorough cleaning. Beretta provides an informative manual.
With an overall length measuring 5.63” and height of 4.17”, the Beretta APX Carry is designed to live up to its name. The subcompact sports a Nitride-treated steel slide that is fitted with a 3” barrel. Standard capacity is for six rounds of 9 mm Luger. Beretta includes an extended unit with room for eight.
All told, the Beretta APX Carry is a U.S.-built modular design that provides its user with a life-saving tool that provides a customizable experience. The single stack cartridge arrangement reduces capacity while increasing its worthiness as a top-notch contender in the tight space of carry guns.
Watch our NRA Gun of the Week video above to learn more about the Beretta APX Carry Black chambered for 9 mm Luger.
Beretta APX Carry Specifications:
Action Type: striker-fired, semi-automatic, center-fire pistol
Chambering: 9 mm Luger
Slide: nitride-treated steel
Frame: stainless steel chassis
Grip: black polymer
Trigger: 6-lb., 9 oz. pull
Magazine: 6- and 8-round detachable box
Sights: fixed, white-dot front; drift-adjustable rear
Weight: 19.8 ozs. empty
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