Video—American Rifleman TV: Beretta ARX160 22 LR Rifle Review

by
posted on July 26, 2017

The 22 LR shortage and purchase limits are a thing of the past, with abundant quantities of the recently coveted rimfire load once again stacked high on the shelves of big-box retailers and independent gun stores. Now is the perfect time to take advantage of the many training replicas of larger-caliber rifles like Beretta's ARX160 22 LR, the rimfire version of the ARX100, the manufacturer's .223 Rem tactical rifle. But aside from the caliber, the rifle is virtually identical to the center-fire version when it comes to operation, controls and customization options. The rifle features ambidextrous controls, a two-position safety, magazine release and cocking handle, and comes out of the box with four Picatinny rails. To learn more and see the Beretta ARX160 in action, watch this “Rifleman Review” segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV. For more videos like this, please visit AmericanRifleman.org/artv.



                               


Latest

Springfield Armory Sa35 Rifleman Review 4
Springfield Armory Sa35 Rifleman Review 4

Rifleman Review: Springfield Armory SA-35

In 2021, Springfield Armory brought out its SA-35, a rendition of the classic Browning Hi Power, one of the iconic handguns of the 20th century.

New For 2024: Smith & Wesson M&P15 Sport III

In a crowded AR-15 market, consumers are looking for the best bang for their buck. Most look no further than the Smith & Wesson M&P15 Sport, and the company has an updated generation out for 2024.

Handloads: A 10 mm Auto Loaded For Bear

The fear of a bear attack has likely sold more 10 mm Auto handguns than all firearm advertising combined. The 10 mm does deliver some impressive ballistics for a cartridge chambered in semi-automatic handguns.

The Rifleman Report: Creative Minds At Work

As all of us who experience this “mortal coil” eventually learn, the days seem more fleeting with each passing year. For those of us who make a living observing and reporting about the firearm industry, they eventually result in a somewhat disorganized pile of memories about companies, products and the people who create them.

Smith & Wesson Issues Safety Alert For Response Carbines

Smith & Wesson has identified a condition in which an out-of-battery discharge can occur when certain Response bolts fail to fully close before the trigger is pulled.

Review: GForce LVR410

With a long and storied history in the United States, lever-action carbines continue to be favorites among modern American shooting sports enthusiasts. This evaluation takes a closer look at the 24"-barreled LVR410, which is being imported by GForce Arms, Inc. of Reno, Nev.

Interests



Get the best of American Rifleman delivered to your inbox.