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Beretta To Debut New APX Carry at NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits

April 25, 2019 10:30 AM
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Beretta will debut their brand-new pistol, the APX Carry, at the upcoming NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Indianapolis, IN from April 26-28 in the Beretta booth (#6255). Specifically designed for concealed carry, the APX Carry pistol extends the proven Beretta APX series to now include a single stack, sub-compact profile offering.

The Beretta APX Carry will be featured in a special presentation in the Beretta booth each day starting onFriday, April 26 at noon EST, during which consumers will be given a demonstration of the product features by Erik Stern, Beretta pistol product manager.

Attendees of the NRA Show will also have the chance to win a new APX Carry throughout the show as a part of our daily live giveaways. You must be present to win these prizes. Drawing times and all other details can be found on BerettaUSA.com.

The high-performance Beretta APX Carry pistol is easy to shoot with a low bore axis that produces less felt recoil and a natural point of aim and a smooth DAO-style trigger that crisply breaks at 6.5 Ibs.

Ideal for home and personal protection or for any defensive situation, the Beretta APX Carry was developed to be easily concealed with its single stack, sub-compact and thin grip design that makes it essentially invisible, no matter the clothes you wear or whether you carry inside or outside the waistband.

Easily customized for each individual, the APX Carry is available in 4 different frame colors (Matte Black, Flat Dark Earth, Wolf Grey, OD Green) and consumers can select the perfect magazine for their concealment style from an extended 8-round magazine to a 6-round magazine with pinky extension or a flush baseplate (included in the box).

The Beretta APX Carry is available at Beretta dealers and sporting goods stores and retails for an MSRP of $450.

Customers can also learn more about the new APX Carry pistol by visiting APXcarry.com.

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