Beretta APX Full Size Pistol
The Beretta APX Pistol is a semiautomatic pistol designed to meet military specifications and performance standards. This pistol comes with three interchangeable backstraps to provide the optimal fit for a variety of hand sizes and features a rough-textured grip for a more secure hold. The low bore axis of this Beretta handgun perfectly balances the gun for improved control and faster sight tracking. Mounted three-dot sights on the APX offer quick target acquisition while a reversible magazine release provides easy access. For improved operation, this 9mm handgun features a large magazine plate and aggressive slide serrations that deliver quick mag removal and slide manipulation. Great for duty or concealed carry, the Beretta APX Pistol offers milspec reliability and precision with improved controllability.
- 3-dot sights deliver quick target acquisition
- Large magazine plate for faster mag removal
- Underside Picatinny rail for attaching accessories
- Low bore axis improves balance for better control
- Reversible magazine release offers ambidextrous control
- Interchangeable backstraps offer an optimized fit against the hand
- Aggressive slide serrations provide added grip during slide manipulation
- Weight (Unloaded): 28.24 oz.
- Overall Width: 1.3 in.
- Overall Height: 5.6 in.
- Barrel Length: 4.25 in.
- Overall Length: 7.55 in.
- Interchangeable backstraps (S, M, and L)
2 months ago
I believe there may be a design problem with the "safety plunger". The end of the safety plunger that engages with the trigger bar has a flat side that appears to me placed 180 degrees from where it should be. The design of the safety plunger only allows installation in one orientation and that places the flat edge of the safety plunger directed towards the top of the pistol. The problem is that the lower part of the safety plunger should have the relief flat so that it doesn't rub on the trigger bar which is under spring tension to place it as high as it can go towards the top of the pistol. This rubbing on the safety plunger is causing the safety to stick in the safe position when the lever is in the "fire" position. The safety plunger will occasionally move off the trigger bar if the safety is toggled many times. In short the spring tension of the trigger bar is interfering with the safety plungers ability to move freely back and forth in the trigger group assembly.
11 months ago
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