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

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



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