Beretta APX

Beretta APX left front photo

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Summary: The description, specs, pricing, photos and user ratings for the Beretta APX pistol.

Manufacturer’s Description

Beretta‘s APX is a semiauto pistol built on a polymer frame with a stainless steel chassis and a machined stainless steel slide. It’s chambered in 9mm, 9x21mm and .40 SW.

Other features include:

  • A Browning-type locking system;

    Beretta APX left side photo
    The APX from the left.
  • a striker-fired trigger system;
  • a Mil-Std 1913 picatinny rail;
  • front and rear grip serrations on the slide;
  • a nitride coating on the slide;
  • interchangeable backstraps;
  • three-dot, adjustable sights dovetailed into the slide;
  • a trigger safety;
  • a drop safety;
  • a reversible magazine release;
  • an ambidextrous slide-stop/release; and
  • double-stack metal magazines with a polymer bottom plate.

At press time, Beretta says it may offer an optional manual safety, too.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity BBL OAL Height Width Weight
9mm 17+1 4.25″ 7.56″ 5.6″ 1.3″ 26.8 oz. w/empty magazine
9x21mm, .40 SW 15+1 4.25″ 7.56″ 5.6″ 1.3″ 26.8 oz. w/empty magazine

APX Pricing & Shopping

MSRP: $575

More APX Photos, & Video

Video: Check out Hickok45’s video review of the Beretta APX.


Beretta APX right side photo
The APX from the right.
Beretta APX disassembled photo
The APX disassembled.

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