The Beretta APX Flat Dark Earth Red Dot Optic pistol is a further evolution of our popular APX striker fired duty pistol that incorporates the ability to easily mount a Red Dot Optic integrally on your slide and a factory installed Threaded Barrel.
The pistol features all the same modularity of our standard APX line with the addition of a factory slide cut to accept one of 4 different optic plates. At launch, the pistol plates support Mini-Red Dot Optics from Burris, Trijicon, Leupold, and C-More. Also shipping with the pistol is a fixed blanking plate that covers the slide cut and allows the pistol to be used sans optic mount.
The pistol is supplied with an FDE slide and FDE grip.
Interchangeable grip frame. Interchangeable backstraps. Reversible magazine release. Replaceable sights. Interchangeable grip frame housing and serialised chassis frame the internal chassis frame of this pistol is serialised. This allows grip frame housings to be exchanged or customised without affecting the serialised part. To accommodate the right or left-handed user, the APX’s magazine release button can be reversed. Front and rear dovetail grooves for multiple sight options.
The ergonomic grip frame features an optimal angle for instinctive aiming. The rear upper part of the grip is curved and recessed to snugly fit and protect the shooter’s hand. Both the front and the rear of the grip feature a comfortable checkered surface to provide a solid grip. Thanks to the new modular system, the pistol adapts to different hand sizes with interchangeable back-straps of different thicknesses and configurations for individualized performance.
Beretta APX pistols have a unique feature that allows the user to deactivate the internal striker mechanism before disassembly. The Striker deactivation button enables the pistol to be field stripped without pulling the trigger.
A trigger safety stops the trigger from travelling rearward through inertia in case the pistol is dropped. When the trigger is intentionally pulled the trigger safety is instantly deactivated. The APX has a striker-blocking device that prevents forward movement of the striker unless the trigger is completely pulled.