Beretta continues to expand their APX line of pistols with the A1 Tactical Full Size. This new model adds tactical features like a threaded barrel, extended magazine, and suppressor-height sights. An olive drab frame is also standard.
Beretta @ TFB:
The APX A1 Tactical includes three 21-round extended magazines, as well as three interchangeable backstrap options for various hand sizes. Its barrel is threaded 1/2×28 for compatibility with standard US-market suppressors. Beretta lists an MSRP of $549 for this model. Look for it soon at a dealer near you.
From the manufacturer:
Building off the success of the APX series, Beretta is excited to unveil the latest innovation and introduces the APX A1 Tactical. Cream of the crop of the APX series, it was developed in collaboration with special forces units to offer peak performance and unmatched durability. Comes packed with premium features such as 1/2” – 28 threaded barrel, blacked out suppressor height sights, red dot optic-ready, and three 21 rd. extended magazines. Whether you’re plinking, training, competing, or prepping for home defense, the APX A1 Tactical is your premier sidearm of choice.
Comes suppressor ready out of the box with a ½” – 28 threaded barrel allowing for greater precision and more accurate follow-up shots due to reduced recoil.
Suppressor Height Sights
Suppressor height sights are a must-have feature for a clearer sight picture when running suppressed or when getting your red dot sight to co-witness.
Olive Drab Frame
Offered in OD Green as a common preferred choice in the tactical market and for your every day mission.
Comes with three 21 round extended magazines to allow for less reloading and magazine changes when competing and giving you the tactical advantage in defense situations.
All images via beretta.com
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