Originally conceived and designed to the requirements of the U.S. Army's Modular Handgun System competition, the Beretta APX line is now a popular striker fired, polymer-framed pistol design on the civilian market.
On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” American Rifleman staff delve into one of Beretta’s carry-sized semi-automatics that is built on a black polymer grip frame with an internal stainless steel chassis.
In this American Rifleman TV segment of "Rifleman Review," we take a look at the Beretta APX striker-fired handgun which was in the U.S. Army's XM17 competition.
Specifically designed for concealed carry, the APX Carry pistol extends the Beretta APX series to include a single-stack, sub-compact.
Beretta is now offering concealed-carry and mid-size models in its APX series of pistols, the APX Compact and APX Centurion.
In early October 1918, men from the 77th Division advanced into the Argonne Forest as part of a massive American attack.
American Rifleman’s Kelly Young takes hold of the newest duty-level pistol from Beretta USA—the APX.
Beretta has been building semi-automatic pistols for professional users for a long time, but the Italian maker’s new APX takes the company’s full-size, duty handgun line in a whole new direction.
After nearly five years of development, Beretta is finally bringing its APX pistol to the civilian market.