The Beretta APX A1 Carry is the newest member of the Beretta APX family, designed to be red dot sight (RDS) friendly, modular, and ready to individually customize.
- APX A1 Carry
- APX A1 Carry FDE (Flat Dark Earth)
- APX A1 Carry ODG (OD Green)
- APX A1 Carry WG (Wolf Grey)
Beretta APX A1 Carry
The APX A1 Carry encompasses the reliability and quality the APX family has become known for within the shooting communities. Years of extensive training and real-world use converge in a handgun designed and built for everyday carry and suited for anyone with personal defense on their mind. With a shorter and lighter trigger pull, the APX A1 Carry creates ease of use for a wide range of end-users. Other new features like a red-dot optic ready slide and improved modularity create endless opportunities for further customization, right out of the box.
What does the “Beretta APX” stand for?
The moniker APX means Advanced Pistol X, wherein the X stands for a preferred or chosen caliber. The weapon is extraordinarily modular, allowing the user to change both caliber and frame size
APX A1 Carry Specs
The following descriptions come via the manufacturer.
IMPROVED TRIGGER PULL
With a shorter and lighter trigger than its predecessors, the enhanced ergonomic and sensory experience consists of a clean break with quick reset aiding with consistent shot placement and ease of use.
RED-DOT OPTIC READY SLIDE
The red-dot ready slide is designed to receive a variety of optics plates, one of which will be provided by Beretta free of charge through the warranty registration process online, including Burris, C-more, Shield, and Holosun Series.
With user optimization in mind, the APX A1 Carry is built on a modular chassis that allows for customization, such as the attachment of optics and the switching of the grip frame housing for one of our three available grip frame colors: Flat Dark Earth (FDE), OD Green, and Wolf Grey.
AGGRESSIVE SLIDE SERRATIONS
Aggressive front slide serrations enable the end-user to manipulate the slide easily in any weather and lighting conditions.
Beretta APX A1/Carry Model at USCCA
USCCA Concealed Carry Expo 2021
This is where The Mag Life crew first saw the weapon, which we hope to review for you soon.