Beretta has just announced a new variation of their APX line, coming out with the APX Carry. Beretta began teasing the unveiling a week ago on social media and today, Beretta released a video titled “worst 30-seconds” on social media, showing a small variation of the APX. Beretta says they listened to customers who wanted a smaller variation of their striker-fired handgun. The Beretta APX Carry is set to be released in the next few weeks.
BREAKING: Introducing The NEW Beretta APX Carry
The Beretta APX Carry looks like it will ship with one flush magazine (6+1) and one extended magazine (8+1) which adds an extension to the bottom. This will be the latest handgun from Beretta, in an effort to compete with guns like the SIG Sauer P365 and Glock 43 adding options to their line up that currently includes the APX Compact and Nano.
What We Know
Beretta have priced the APX Carry at a competitive $450 (MSRP). It looks like Beretta have taken time to redesign the overall size to try and cut down on the width of the handgun. From what we have seen in the promotional videos and photos, there will be a large number of customization options available. There will be several colors and magazine options, including a standard black finish as well as black, FDE, Wolf Grey and OD Green frames.
For sights, Beretta put black rear sights with a night sight front post. The 5.6 inch long slide look like it has inherited the APX’s unique slide cuts for manipulation.
Barrel length: 3 inches
Trigger: DAO 6.6lbs
Magazine: 6 or 8 rounds
Overall height: 4.17 inches
Overall length: 5.63 inches
Overall width: 0.9 inches
Weight unloaded: 19.8 Oz or 562g
The pistol has a reversible magazine release and a left-side only slide release.
Here’s some more photos of the APX Carry:
So far The Beretta APX Carry looks like a solid contender for the subcompact handgun market. It looks like Beretta is attempting to take on SIG Sauer and Glock with their new subcompact addition, find out more about it here.
We will continue to cover the new APX Carry as more information comes out! Let us know what you guys think in the comments below.
Source: The Firearm Blog