The Beretta APX family of pistols is now available in a subcompact single-stack profile. The APX Carry FDE Gun extends the proven APX Series to a sub-compact carry size. It’s comes standard with a 6 + 1 magazine (flush or pinky extension) and an 8 + 1 magazine (extended).
As with all APX pistols, the Carry FDE has explicitly been designed for military and law enforcement users. Who need excellent concealment but want similar handling and ergonomic features as their service pistols.
APX Carry FDE
This features a removable end-user serialized chassis and is easily modified with replaceable grab frame housings. Controllability and ergonomics are an APX FDE focus: low-bore shaft, easy-handling slide latch. In addition, reversible magazine release, aggressive slide serrations, and a DAO-style soft trigger. That breaks at 6.5 pounds, making it the choice Perfect concealed transport.
|Manufacturer:||Beretta USA Corp.|
|Model:||APX Carry FDE|
|Capacity:||(1) 6 Round Flush & (1) 8 Round Extended Magazine|
|Slide:||Aggressive Slide Serrations|
Blacked Out Rear, White Dot Front
Is the Beretta APX a good gun?
The APX is a decent gun overall if you’re looking for one. That’s ideal for home self-defense or just range shooting. However, it caters mainly to the tactical niche market. This gun is nevertheless well-rounded in general.
The Beretta APX is a 9mm semi-automatic pistol introduced in 2016. It is available in both full-size and compact versions. The APX has a polymer frame and a stainless steel slide. It is a striker-fired gun and has a magazine capacity of 17 rounds. The gun is designed for military and law enforcement and is also available to civilians.